KL Queer Space enables LGBTI people in Malaysia to socialise and mobilise through fellowship and capacity-building activities. Completely self-funded, KL Queer Space has been supporting and incubating youth and female LGBTI leaders since 2016 through organising 50+ major events, showcasing 300+ performers and facilitating 50+ workshops reaching thousands of LGBTI participants. In 2019 a multi-purpose community space was opened with the hope of creating sustainable systems that develop the capacity of LGBTI youth and women to spearhead systemic change. KL Queer Space believes that through positive representation, marginalised communities in Malaysia are able to increase their understanding and access to their rights. Since the movement control order started in Malaysia on 18 March 2020, social distancing has meant income generating activities that previously paid for rent, utilities and volunteers have been greatly reduced. Fellow community members have experienced job loss, salary cuts and a decline in job opportunities meaning that now, more than ever, the community needs access to the specific support that KL Queer Space are able to provide.