Mossier’s work doesn’t stop at the United States: Portions of our revenue advance Queer people’s ambitions all across the globe, where we make investments in businesses that lead people to self-sufficiency. No matter your business or ambition, everyone LGBTQ deserves job equity.
Unfortunately, across the world, it’s much too common for members of the LGBTQ community to be unemployed. We’re dedicated to creating economic empowerment through stable incomes — an essential part of uplifting people and helping them to build their own human rights movements.
In 2017, Mossier began work on establishing a chicken farm in the Kakuma Refugee Camp. The primary beneficiaries of the project will be LGBT women in the camp who also have children.View Project
In partnership with companies in the tourism and hospitality industry, Mossier is building a digital encyclopedia that connects travellers to LGBT organizations in-country they can visit, interact with, and support through their travel dollars.View Project
Mossier is partnered with an organization called HOYMAS (Health Options for Young Men with HIV/AIDS/STI) to develop a taxi service that provides employment for LGBT individuals in the tourism industry.View Project
Mossier recently funded a transgender-owned pig farm in Uganda that will house and employ transgender individuals. The foundation is being built at this very moment.View Project
Mossier is working to establish an LGBT-owned tour operator in partnership with a local organization called Proactividad. The tour packages created will bring jobs and economic empowerment to the LGBT community in the Dominican as well as offer travellers a unique experience that is lead by local LGBT community members.View Project