LOS ANGELES — JustFor.fans (JFF) has announced its charitable giving program now includes Point of Pride, the second trans-specific organization to join the site’s built-in system for altruistic users and models who wish to donate a percentage of their sales to such causes.
To date, JFF models have donated over $12,500 to charity, according to a company rep, who explained that Point of Pride “works to benefit trans people in need through gender-affirming support programs that empower them to live more authentically.”
Point of Pride offers an annual transgender surgery fund, a free chest binder donation program, a free trans femme shapewear program, an electrolysis financial support program and other community-building support initiatives for trans youth and adults. They also advocate for health care reform and the national adoption of inclusive health care policies that protect and serve the trans community.
Point of Pride Board President Aydian Dowling said, “Working with JustFor.fans is a way to stand in solidarity with our LGBTQ sex work community. We all deserve a place to feel sexy in our bodies and make money while doing it — and that’s exactly what JFF offers! With the donations from the patrons and models at JFF, Point of Pride will continue to work directly with those under-served within the transgender community through our many programs, including our International Binder Program, Electrolysis Program, as well as our Annual Surgery Fund. Point of Pride is proud to be a part of JFF Charitable Giving!”
As for Dominic Ford, creator of JFF, he remarked, “We have a thriving trans community and we are proud to work with organizations that support our diverse community. Point of Pride provides vital services to the trans community, and we are honored they have chosen to work with us.”
For more information on the charitable organizations that work with JFF, and a real-time display of how much money has been raised for them, click here. For more information about Point of Pride, visit the org here.