Wij zijn er voor Amsterdam en omgeving.

5 december 2015: Amsterdam vangt LHBT-vluchtelingen die daaraan behoefte hebben apart op.
1 april 2016: Amsterdam viert 15 jaar homohuwelijk met \'I Amsterdam\' in regenboogkleuren
2016: EuroPride in Amsterdam
2015: start Cocktail, maatjesproject voor LHBT asielzoekers in Amsterdam en Almere
30 augustus 2015: Amsterdam schaft verplichte geslachtsregistratie op gemeentelijke formulieren af
2014: oprichting van AmsterdamPinkPanel, een onderzoekspanel voor veiligheid van LHBT Amsterdammers
2016; COC Amsterdam e.o. bestaat zeventig jaar!
2013: COC Amsterdam e.o presenteert het RAINBOW-project: een nieuw lespakket voor voorlichting op scholen
8 april 2013: groot protest in Amsterdam tijdens bezoek Poetin

Doe mee!

Op verschillende manier kun jij helpen om onze activiteiten in Amsterdam en omgeving mogelijk te maken, voor nu en de toekomst.

Steun COC

COC Amsterdam e.o. is not a subsidy-providing organisation but, if the financial means allow it, makes an annual amount available for external initiatives in the field of LGBT emancipation in Amsterdam and the surrounding area. In response to the COVID-19 crisis, we are making an extra amount available in 2020 (with a possible extension to 2021).

The following criteria apply to be eligible for a grant from COC Amsterdam:

  • The initiative falls under the general objective of COC Amsterdam and has a link with at least 1 of our substantive work fields: Meeting people, Empowerment & Welfare, Advocacy & Safety, or Education.
  • The grant of COC Amsterdam is a maximum of 1,000 euros, but is preferably a substantial part of the total budget.
  • Regular operating costs are not funded. Note: this condition does not apply to COVID-19 support.
  • The board of COC Amsterdam meets once every three weeks and activities are in principle not funded retroactively; so apply in time!
  • Where applicable, COC Amsterdam e.o. will be named as partner / donor in publicity around the proposed initiative.
  • After the activity, COC Amsterdam will receive a report of the initiative, preferably including images.

Applications for a grant can be form-free, but provided with a budget and coverage plan, to be submitted via penningmeester@cocamsterdam.nl.

The board will determine, at its discretion, whether a proposed initiative meets the above criteria and, if so, what amount will be made available by COC Amsterdam. Meeting the above criteria does not automatically mean that a right to a grant is created, this will always be assessed by the board.