Interview with Jeff Cotter of Rainbow World Fund  | San Francisco, California  |  Lately I have been giving a lot of thought to the idea of which organizations and charities we should or should not support, promote and endorse. As this was still in my head, while visiting San Francisco, out of the blue I got connected to Rainbow World Fund, an all-volunteer international humanitarian service agency based in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender – LGBT and friends community. Everything happens for a reason, so I went full on it. Check my interview with Jeff Cotter, Executive Director for Rainbow World Fund. I know this is not a post about Travel, but blogging about causes like this, and bringing attention to organizations like this it is totally worth it.Founded in 2000 by members of the San Francisco LGBT community, Rainbow World Fund works to help people who suffer from hunger, poverty, disease, oppression and war by raising awareness and funds to support relief efforts around the world. Rainbow World Fund works in the LGBT and friends community educating people about world need. Along with raising our community’s consciousness, Rainbow World Fund raises funds to support humanitarian relief projects. Rainbow World Fund provides a united voice, a visible presence, and a structure to deliver charitable assistance from the LGBT community to the larger world community.
Give your wish wings and help decorate The World Tree of Hope. This December 2011, thousands of origami cranes inscribed with your wishes for the future of the world will grace The World Tree of Hope in the Rotunda of San Francisco City Hall.

Jeffrey A. Cotter, Founder-President. A psychiatric social worker specializing in trauma recovery and HIV/AIDS case management. Cotter practices in San Francisco, California. Cotter has worked in the HIV/AIDS and LGBT civil rights fields since 1987. Learn more about Rainbow World Fund @ Official Website / Facebook Page / Donate / Get Involve. Help Them Help and join today. CM