GALCK’s advocacy and programmatic work is funded by various donors, who include:
- Norwegian Agency for Development (NORAD) through Landsforeningen for lesbisk og homofil frigjøring (LLH - Norwegian National Association for Lesbian and Gay Liberation)
- American Jewish World Service (AJWS)
- Humanist Institute for Cooperation with Developing Countries (HIVOS)
- Open Society Institute of East Africa (OSI-EA)
- UHAI-East African Sexual Health and Rights Initiative [EASHRI]and
- Equal Rights Trust [ERT].
GALCK continues to network and build partnerships with organizations whose work enhance the realization of our objectives. We continue our already established partnerships with:
- Liverpool VCT Care and Treatment [LVCT] for health care referrals and capacity buildings
- AIDS Law Project for Public Interest Litigation cases that are health related
- American Foundation of AIDS Research (amFAR) who also support Ishtar MSM and Gay Kenya Trust on research and HIV/AIDS programming
- German International Cooperation Agency (GIZ) on the capacity building of the network and GALCK
- International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) on the Decrim process
- Urgent Action Fund – Africa (UAF) on the security provision of GALCK
- Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) on the Decrim and provision of legal services
- National Aids Control Council (NACC) on health care discussion of MSM
- Health Rights Advocacy Forum – (HERAF) on the linkage with medical staff and discussions of health and sexual minority
- The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) on Universal Periodic review engagement process
- Queens University of Canada on an LGBTIs research project
- York University on a Video Documentary Project,
- University of British Colombia’s Centre for Women and Gender Studies for an Oral Histories project and Equal Rights Trust of UK for a feasibility study on equality framework.
- Global Fund’s Kenya Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM)
- Eastern Africa National Networks of AIDS Service Organizations (EANNASO).