Academy of Friends aims to be an exemplary model of volunteerism and fundraising having a significant impact in the lives of those affected by HIV/AIDS, until the epidemic has passed.
AACI is one of the largest community-based organizations serving the marginalized and vulnerable communities in Santa Clara County.
The African Human Rights Coalition works with LGBTI communities and individuals in African countries seeking to claim and defend their human rights.
AIDS Emergency Fund provides immediate, short-term financial assistance to help people disabled by HIV/AIDS.
ALRP is solely dedicated to providing free and low-cost legal assistance and education on virtually any civil matter to persons living with HIV/AIDS.
The LifeCycle events raise awareness about the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic and funds services such as HIV testing, prevention, care, and much more.
The National AIDS Memorial Grove is a dedicated space where millions of Americans touched by AIDS can gather to heal, hope, and remember.
The API Equality – Northern California aims to reduce and eliminate prejudice and oppression based on gender and/or sexual orientation in the diverse ethnic communities of the API populace.
API Wellness is supporting the impact of the AIDS epidemic on the Asian and Pacific Islander community.
BAADS strive to make all aspects of sailing accessible to people with mental, physical, and developmental disabilities.
BAAITS offers culturally relevant activities for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Native Americans, their families and friends.
Bay Area Derby is a skater-owned-and operated organization that gives back to the community.
Bayard Rustin LGBT Coalition (BRC) is purposed to end in all manifestations: racism, sexism, homophobia, and transphobia.
The Bears of San Francisco - Blending the best fundraising opportunities with an exciting social activity club to benefit the Bay Area's diverse, thriving LGBTQ communities!
Brava! for Women in the Arts is a professional arts organization dedicated to cultivating the artistic expression of women, LGBTQIA, people of color, youth, and other underrepresented voices.
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CAAM is a nonprofit organization dedicated to presenting stories that convey the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible.
Child Advocates of Silicon Valley provides stability and hope to children who have experienced abuse and neglect by being a powerful voice in their lives.
From Wellness to Behavior Health, Curry Senior Center’s programs help make sure they take care of the whole person.
Castro Community On Patrol (CCOP) members are unpaid community volunteers who make a positive difference in the Castro neighborhood.
Empower Prep builds resources to connect allies with transgender people and helps companies shift workplace culture.
Dialog to Learn’s goal is to help as many students as possible with their reading and writing skills.
ESPLER works on legal and legislative strategies to decriminalize sex work to combat the criminalization and discrimination affecting LGBTQ+ people.
Eye Zen Presents artistically recaptures LGBTQ stories and traditions erased from historical records.
Fresh Meat Productions creates and commissions new work, present performing arts programs, conduct education and engagement, and advocate for justice and equity in the Arts.
GAPA’s purpose is to further the interests of the LGBTQ+ API community in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
GAPA Foundation is a grassroots philanthropic organization that provides funds and leverages resources to empower the Asian/Pacific Islander LGBTQ community.
Gay For Good aims to energize and mobilize the LGBTQ community to interact with the greater community by volunteering our time to various social welfare and environmental service projects.
GaymerX is a nonprofit dedicated to celebrating and supporting LGBTQ+ people and culture in the world of gaming, with a focus on video games.
Gender Spectrum provides an array of services to help families and organizations understand and address concepts of Gender identity and expression.
The GLBT Historical Society collects, preserves, exhibits and makes accessible to the public materials and knowledge to support and promote understanding of LGBTQ history, culture and arts in all their diversity.
Reorganized as the Golden Gate Men's Chorus in 1988, the GGMC continues to present high quality performances of men's choral music.
The Council of Grand Dukes and Grand Duchesses of San Francisco was originally founded to provide diverse areas of the San Francisco community with charitable and personal support.
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Empowering, Inspiring and Enriching lives of those living with HIV and AIDS through wilderness adventures since 1996.
The HIPHOP Project is an innovative and groundbreaking program which delivers fresh, hot meals prepared to feed on a massive scale.
Homobiles is committed to providing secure and reliable transit to the SF Bay Area LGBTIQQ community and its allies.
Huckleberry Youth Programs seeks to empower young people to develop and maintains healthy relationships as well as promote their talents, ideas and leadership.
JFCS East Bay promotes the well-being of individuals and families by providing essential mental health and social services through every stage of life.
The Imperial Council of San Francisco hosts and participates in a variety of events and activities to support the causes of other diverse community-based charitable organizations.
The IRGT, a Global Network of Transgender Women and HIV, works with trans organizations, communities, and advocates around the world.
Lambda Legal is a national legal organization whose mission is to achieve full recognition of the civil rights of LGBTQ+ and everyone living with HIV.
Lambda is committed to serving the needs of Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, & Questioning youth as well as their friends and families.
Since 1984, Larkin Street Youth Services has given more than 75,000 young people a safe place to rebuild their lives.
Lazy Bear Fund puts on the largest & most successful bear gatherings in the world. Join us for time of your life!
LGBT National Help Center runs weekly moderated chat rooms for LGBT youth and teens to find support, acceptance and community.
The LGBTQ Perinatal Wellness Center is a grassroots, interdisciplinary collaborative of compassionate and community-trusted, exceptionally experienced and highly skillful LGBTQ+ identified wellness providers based in the SF Bay Area.
LIFE ElderCare’s mission is to empower the aging to live with independence AND interdependence by nourishing mind, body and spirit.
Loud and Queer is a social activist group active in the San Francisco Bay area, dedicated to ending shame in all its forms.
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Maitri is the only AIDS-specific residential care facility in California focusing on those dying of or severely debilitated by AIDS.
Maven Youth fosters innovative solutions that empower LGBTQ+ youth to network, organize and educate for social change.
Most Holy Redeemer provides direct care and assistance to persons with HIV disease and those who love and care for them.
CREGS conducts innovative research and provides educational programs teaching contemporary and foundational issues in gender and sexuality studies.
Whether in the classroom, behind the scenes or on stage, NCTC strives to be the very best it can be by expanding the conversation, challenging expectations, and making quality theatre.
Oakland First Fridays is an immersive art and community experience on the first Friday of each month fin the Oakland's KONO district.
The Oakland Gay Men’s chorus serves many communities, with members coming from all around the Bay Area.
Oakland LGBTQ Community Center’s goal is to become Oakland’s premier network of programs and services for the LGBTQ community.
Openhouse reduces isolation and empower LGBT seniors to improve their overall health, well-being and economic security.
OpportunityPoint believes that with opportunities and support, queer and minority youth can become whoever they want and live safe and satisfying lives.
Our Family Coalition seeks to create an inclusive and just world where all LGBTQ families with children have visibility and opportunities to thrive as valued participants in our schools, institutions, and communities.
Resource guide for residents and visitors, and a promotional tool for over 300 San Francisco LGBTQ nonprofit service providers, arts and athletic groups to recruit and connect them with clients, donors and/or volunteers.
Out In Tech envisions a tech industry where LGBTQ+ people are empowered, well represented, and have full agency, from intern to CEO.