It is with profound sadness that we inform our community of the death of Alex Miller. Alex passed away in his sleep at home on Friday, October 23rd.
Alex touched many people with his wit, silliness, and generous spirit during his short time on earth. His compassion for others and love for community was evidenced in his many efforts to improve the lives of those around him and those in need. One of Alex’s many gifts was his ability to bringing people together through his warmth and humor. Alex was a devoted and cherished member of TEA of Utah and was the Board Chairman. He will be sorely missed.
With the support of our fabulous community, TEA staff, board members, and volunteers are excited to announce our website is getting a makeover. In the next few months you will see a new TEA. More information to come as it developes. Until the new site is operational, outdated features and links from the current site will be disabled.
If you need information or to donate please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your patience and support. We could not do this without you.
On June 15, 2015, Connie Anast-Inman, Executive Director, stepped down from her position after 4 years of dedicated service. In a unanimous vote, Candice Metzler, Board President, was voted as the new Executive Director for TEA. Alex Miller will take over as Board President.
TEA of Utah is happy to announce the merging of the Trans*Utah and UtahTransMed websites into one easy to reach location! Simply navigate to www.teaofutah.org, look for Transition Resources, and you will be connected to lists of professionals who have been known to be trans* friendly: Medical Providers, Mental Health, Surgeons, Social groups, Health & Beauty and Legal services.
If you have any suggestions for the list, feel free to email email@example.com. These lists and information will be constantly updated with feedback from the community.
We thank Joni Weiss for her invaluable service to the trans* community in maintaining these webpages and information over the past few years. This service has become vital to the community and her contribution has been remarkable.
Get your tickets now for TEA of Utah’s Dinner Dance! Limited seating available – get your tickets in advance. Limited tickets available at the door for $35.
TEA of Utah is so proud to have assisted the Sacred Light of Christ Church and Utah Pride Center in providing homeless LGBTQ youth with 38 Love Bags (backpacks) filled with items to help make them a little more comfortable in a harsh situation.
Each backpack contains (with a few substitutions) a washcloth, comb, toothbrush, toothpaste, mouthwash, dental floss, hair tie, razor, qtips, cottonballs, band aids, feminine hygeine for the ladies, shampoo, conditioner, body wash/soap, deodorant, lipbalm, cough drops, hard candy, granola bars, cheese crack…ers, gloves, a beanie, scarf, hand warmers and socks. A few lucky bags got a small blanket or an umbrella, too! Plus, we had extras, so were making them available so the youth can pick up extra items they want.
Whether or not these kids are couch surfing or on the streets, they need to know that there are people who love them and wish them the best. Thank you to everyone for their donations of items and funds to help make this possible!
We have partnered with TeeSpring to bring you our new store! Head on over to TEA of Utah’s Store to see the new designs and order a few for yourselves!
We provide education to the general public, law enforcement, governmental bodies and employers about the transgender community.
School, businesses and employers are the first line of education for TEA of Utah. Safe schools and work environments are paramount to a healthy life for transgender individuals.
TEA of Utah provides services free of charge – supported by donations from the public. We need those services to be free for those who could not otherwise afford them so the message of inclusion isn’t hampered by money.
That’s where you come in. Any level of help is more than welcome, as it all provides the foundation of education in Utah.
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DigniTEA Foundation and TEA of Utah have combined forces to help the homeless youth in Salt Lake and Ogden. You can sponsor a homeless youth “Love Bag” for only $48.00. Your donation is tax deductible and creates comfort for those youth who are living on the streets or who have limited housing, moving from couch to couch.
These bags will be distributed at the Utah Pride Center during their Saturday “Come in from the Cold” breakfasts for homeless youth as well as through Ogden LGBTQ organizations. This is the second year TEA of Utah has distributed Love Bags, and they really make a difference to a youth without a permanent home.
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