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A Common BondFaith, Social-2000 14th Street NW DC 200091-http://gayxjw.org/-A Common Bond is social/support group for LGBT former and current Jehovah’s Witnesses in the Mid-Atlantic region. The mission of the various chapters of A Common Bond is to reach out with support to gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender individuals who have had association with the teachings of Jehovah's Witnesses, or who may still be active within that organization.
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AdventuringSocial, Sport-PO Box 23655, Washington DC 200266(202) 462-0535, (703) 920-6871, (215) 510-6121‬ http://www.adventuring.org/cgi-bin/main.aspperunning@gmail.com; Jireh.Aki@gmail.comAdventuring is a not-for-profit, non-membership, all-volunteer organization serving the gay and lesbian community in the Washington, DC area since 1980. Their purpose is to encourage and publicize group outdoor activities. The group organizes several activities each month.
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AffirmationFaith, Social, Spiritual, ReligiousTodd RichardsonP.O. Box 898 Anoka, MN 55303DC-Wide(301) 871-4581www.affirmaiton.orgtodd.richardson@affirmation.orgAffirmation is a non-profit organization serving gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, and intersexed Mormons, their families, and friends since 1977. The Washington DC chapter of Affirmation has been active since 1982 .
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All Souls Episcopal Church- DCFaith, Social, Spiritual, Support, ReligiousMary Beth Howard2300 Cathedral Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008-15056202-232-4244http://www.allsoulsdc.org/office@allsoulsdc.orgAll Souls Church, Unitarian is a progressive religious community located in the heart of Washington, DC. Our members walk diverse spiritual paths to find meaning and purpose in our lives, but we are united in our belief in the worth and dignity of all people, and the obligation to express our faith through acts of justice and compassion.
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Andromeda Transcultural HealthHealth, HIV/AIDS, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Youth, Support,-1400 Decatur St NW Washington, DC 200118(202) 291-4707http://www.andromedadc.org/info@andromedadc.orgAndromeda Transcultural Health is a non-profit health service for minorities; DC Medicaid and some private insurance companies accepted; sliding scale fees for uninsured patients. Free services for HIV/AIDS and substance abuse for DC residents, mental and general medicine, diagnostics, treatment and counseling for ages 5-18; family counseling; confidential and fee HIV testing.
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AQUA-DCAdvocacy, Education, Social Events, and Support ServicesPO Box 44136, Washington DC 200266www.aquadc.usinfo@aquadc.usAQUA is an all-volunteer organization serving the gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning members of the Asian and Pacific Islander community in the metro Washington, DC area. AQUA is an organization for queer APIs, by queer APIs, focusing on queer API issues and interests. They strive to project a positive image of queer API men in the community through advocacy, education, outreach, and social events.
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Asian Pacific Islander Queer Society (APIQS)Education, Social Events, and Support Services-6https://www.facebook.com/APIQSDC/apiqsdc@gmail.comAQUA is an all-volunteer organization serving the gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning members of the Asian and Pacific Islander community in the metro Washington, DC area. AQUA is an organization for queer APIs, by queer APIs, focusing on queer API issues and interests. They strive to project a positive image of queer API men in the community through advocacy, education, outreach, and social events.
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Atlantic States Gay Rodeo AssociationEducation, Social Events, and SportsPatrick Hunter-VAhttp://www.asgra.org/info@asgra.org; SandE09@asgra.org; Trail@asgra.orgThe Atlantic States Gay Rodeo Association (ASGRA) is a charitable and social organization whose primary purpose is to promote the sport of rodeo and foster country and western lifestyles in the gay and lesbian community. ASGRA members enjoy the fellowship of numerous social, recreational and educational activities. The organizations primary event is the Mid-Atlantic rodeo and the organization raises money throughout the year to support community organizations
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Bet MishpachahEducation, Social Events, Religious, Spiritual and Sports1500 16th St NW, Washington DC 200367https://www.betmish.org/bikur-cholim@betmish.orgBet Mishpachah is a congregation for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Jews and all who wish to participate in an inclusive, egalitarian, and mutually supportive community. They join together to affirm our religious and cultural heritage, integrating Gay and Lesbian and Jewish identities. Their membership is comprised of singles, couples, and families, and is open to everyone, regardless of religious affiliation, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
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Black and White Men TogetherSocial Events and Support-6-http://www.nabwmt.org/nabwmt@nabwmt.orgBWMTDC is a social, support service and educational group promoting friendships and relationships among gay and bisexual men of all races, and the acceptance and welcoming of such relationship in the broader community. BWMTDC has regular potluck social, a monthly rap session, day trips, and evenings out, periodic educational and activist work.
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Black Pride D.C.Social, Support-1920 Martin Luther King Jr Ave, SE8202.641.8527www.dcblackpride.orgcontactus@dcblackpride.orgDC Black Pride Weekend is the annual celebration of D.C.’s African-American lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Events are held at locations across Washington.
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Bread and Roses Feminist Singers (Fortissima)Music, Choir, Social--DMV-Wide-www.fortissima.org-Fortissima began in 1978 as the DC Area Feminist Chorus, then were known as Bread and Roses Feminist Singers from 1983 to the fall of 2009, and became Fortissima in October 2009. Our mission is to strive towards musical excellence, project a message of feminism, social justice and peace. The organizations goals is to broaden repertoires and increase the musical skills of participants while having fun.
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Break the CycleAdvocacy, Family/Parent Services, Legal Services and Support-PO Box 21034, Washington, DC 200091202-849-6289, (202) 824-0707http://www.breakthecycle.orginfo@breakthecycle.orgThrough their legal services program, Break the Cycle helps young survivors of domestic violence, dating violence and/or sexual assault in the District of Columbia ages 12 to 24. They represent young surivors at civil protection hearings, custody and visitation hearings and divorce proceedings. Washington, DC Office.
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Brother Help Thyself - BHTAdvocacy, Family/Parent Services, Legal Services and Support-DMV-WideBrother, Help Thyself Inc. (BHT) is a community based organization that provides financial and other support to non-profit organizations serving the GLBTQ and HIV/AIDS community in the Baltimore/Washington, DC metro area. BHT accomplishes its mission by dispensing direct and matching grants to non-profit organizations, acting as a clearinghouse for donated goods and services, and serving as an information resource to your community. Brother Help Thyself distributes health, culture, and social services for the LGBTQ community.
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Capital Area Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce - CAGLCCAdvocacy, Business Development, Social, Support-1425 K Street, NW Suite 350, Washington, DC 20005DC-Wide- www.caglcc.orgmembership@caglcc.orgThe Chamber, the Capital Area's LGBT Chamber of Commerce is the nonprofit, nonpartisan, largely-volunteer network of over 400 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) and Ally members in addition to the nearly 5,000 LGBT supporters who own or are employed by businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies in Washington, DC, Virginia, and Maryland. The Chamber is an affiliate of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and was awarded Chamber of the Year 2012. The Chamber ranked18th on the Washington Business Journal’s Book of Lists. The Chamber’s primary mission is to advocate, promote and facilitate the success of LGBT businesses, professionals and their allies in the Metro DC region.
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Capital QSocialDC-Widewww.capitalqdc.comWe are a community dedicated to building
inclusive queer spaces in DC. We strive to create environments that are accepting and open to the full universe of gender and sexuality. We organize events, activities, and get-togethers for anyone interested in being part of our family.
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Capital PrideDMV-WideEach June, Capital Pride produces the annual Celebration of Pride in the Nation’s Capital, one of the largest Pride celebrations in the country, which includes the Pride Parade, Festival, and Concert.
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Center Latix2000 14th St NW DC 200096http://thedccenter.org/latinx/Centro Latinx es un programa del Centro de DC Para la Comunidad LGBT. Servimos como un espacio para Latinxs queer, trans, género no-binario, afrodescendiente, Indígena, Dos Espíritus, y con discapacidades en el DMV (DC, Maryland, y Virginia) para conectar / crear / transformer.Escribimos boletines bilingües que publicamos mensualmente, y patrocinamos events como las reuniones bimensuales de la Coalición Latinx en el Centro DC Para la Comunidad LGBT, una oportunidad para fomentar aprendizaje y colaboraciones entre miembrxs de la comunidad. Tambien organizamos talleres sobre la justicia de lenguaje y sobre el racismo anti-negro, noches para escribir cartas a personas encarceladxs, eventos de arte y cultura, y mas.Mantengase conectadx: twitter: @centerlatinx | facebook: Center Latinx
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DC Aquatics ClubHealth, Sports, Social--DC-Wide-http://www.swimdcac.org/about.php: captain@swimdcac.orginclusive queer spaces in DC.
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Team DCDMV-Widehttps://www.facebook.com/TeamDCLGBT/Team DC encourages and supports involvement in team and individual sports within the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and broader community in the Washington Metropolitan Area. To meet this objective, Team DC strives to promote excellence, integrity, and good sporting conduct in individual and team sports.Team DC serves as a clearinghouse for information about the various sports teams, clubs, and events in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. It is a volunteer-based organization that also provides information and support to both individuals and sport clubs active in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. Team DC also coordinates the areas delegation to the Gay Games and Cultural Festival, which is held every four years.
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Team RayceenSocial/ AdvocacyDMV-Widehttp://askrayceen.altervista.org/askrayceen@gmail.comRayceen Pendarvis is an emcee, entertainer, activist, SWERV magazine columnist, former Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner, and lifelong Washingtonian.Over the years, Pendarvis has hosted numerous fundraisers, pride festivals, arts festivals, talent showcases, fashion shows, balls, and other events.  Furthermore, the "Queen of the Shameless Plug" frequently moderates panels and appears as a panelist at various conferences dealing with social justice and LGBTQ equality.  In addition to a regular column in SWERV magazine, Pendarvis also writes for Tagg, Q Virginia, The Unleashed Voice, and EFNIKS Media.
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Federal TrianglesSport/ Recreation--DMV-Widewww.federaltriangles.orginfo@federaltriangles.org; myftsc@federaltriangles.orgThe Federal Triangles Soccer Club (FTSC) is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes to promote the growth of soccer and foster a sense of community for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and LGBT-friendly players. FTSC pursue these goals by providing a venue for the play of soccer where they encourage players at all levels to participate and improve their skills through club-sponsored clinics, workshops and lessons. Additionally, FTSC participates in local leagues and in local, national, and international tournaments. FTSC also maintains membership in the International Gay and Lesbian Football Association (IGLFA).
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First Congregational UCCFaith, Spiritual, Support-945 G Street NW, Washington, DC 200012202-628-4317firstuccdc.orginfo@firstuccdc.orgn 1973, First Church voted to enter into covenant with, and serve as host church for the Washington Metropolitan Community Church or MCC (a church that ministers predominantly to the GLBT community). That decision cost us some members well before the wider religious community took on this issue. In 1987 we formally became an Open and Affirming (ONA) church in the United Church of Christ.
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Foundry United Methodist ChurchFaith/ Religious-1500 P St NW, Washington, DC 200362(202) 332-4010www.foundryumc.orgfoundryumc@foundryumc.orgFoundry United Methodist Church has been a spiritual leader in the nation’s capital for more than 186 years. In a city often characterized by transience and change, Foundry has remained a steadfast beacon — long recognized for its commitment to mission service, social justice, and reconciliation. Foundry’s ministers are viewed as models of influential and dedicated parish leadership. Distinguished by their scholarship, oratory, caring counsel, and deep commitment to Christian principles, they have extended the church’s reputation as a voice of conscience, reason, and hope for residents of and visitors to our city.
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Friends Meetings of WashingtonFaith/ Religious-2111 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 200086(202) 483-3310quakersdc.orgfmw@quaker.orgFriends Meeting of Washington (FMW) is a large, urban community of Quakers and non-Quakers. Our Meeting House, where we worship together, is located on Florida Avenue near Dupont Circle in Washington, DC. All spiritual seekers are welcomed to join us as we gather for worship, fellowship and community service.

Members of the FMW community seek to live their lives based on the values of the Religious Society of Friends – the promotion of peace, a commitment to all humanity, an understanding that love is a manifestation of God, and a belief that ”there is that of God in everyone”. We are an inclusive, spiritual community that sincerely welcomes anyone seeking a spiritual home. Our community includes individuals of all races, faith traditions, genders, sexual orientations, ages and socio/economic backgrounds.
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Gay & Lesbian Victory FundPolitical , Advocacy, Philanthropy-PO Box 96308, Washington, DC 20077DMV-Wide(202) 842-8679www.victoryfund.orginfo@victoryfund.orgThe Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund is the nation's largest LGBT political action committee and the only national organization dedicated to increasing the number of openly LGBT elected officials at all levels of government. The Victory Fund and its national donor network have helped hundreds of openly LGBT candidates win election to local, state and federal offices.
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Gay and Lesbian Activists AlliancePolitical, Advocacy, SupportPamGrace Gachenge1321 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC 200056-www.glifaa.orgequal@glaa.orgThe Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance of Washington, DC, is a local, all-volunteer, non-partisan, non-profit political organization, founded in 1971 to advance the equal rights of gay men and lesbians in Washington, DC. They are the nation's oldest continuously active gay and lesbian civil rights organization.
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Gay & Lesbian in Foreign Affairs AgenciesPolitical, SupportDavid Glietz-7-www.glifaa.orgglifaa@yahoo.com;
board@glifaa.org
Gay, Lesbian in Foreign Affairs Agencies (GLIFAA) works to secure full parity for gay and lesbian personnel and their families in U.S. foreign affairs agencies serving in the United States and overseas. GLIFAA seeks to break down the continued barriers that gay and lesbian Foreign Service, civil service, and contract employees and their partners and children, encounter as a result of prejudice, misunderstanding, and apathy within our institutions. GLIFAA serves as a support network and resource of information for gay and lesbian employees and their families.
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Gay Men's Chorus of Washington D.C.Social--DC-Wide(202) 293-1548www.gmcw.orginfo@gmcw.orgThe Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC is one of the area’s most highly respected arts and community service organizations. Its mission is to “entertain through excellent musical performance, to affirm the place of gay people in society, and to educate about the gay experience.” It has more than 225 singing members, nearly 100 support volunteers, more than 400 subscribers, nearly 500 donors, and an annual audience of nearly 10,000.
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LGBT BAR DC- (formerly) GayLawAdvocacy, Legal, Support-7(202) 842-7723http://lgbtbardc.org/gaylaw@gaylaw.org; info@lgbtbardc.orgThe mission of LGBTBARDC is to advance the rights of persons in the LGBT community, to be their voice within the legal community, and to improve their professional lives. Founded in 1990, the LGBT Bar Association of the District of Columbia is an independent, non-partisan bar association serving gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender lawyers, law students, and legal professionals in the national capital area. The LGBT Bar Association of DC works to advance the interests of the LGBT community, to be their voice within the legal community, and to improve their professional lives. An affiliate of the National LGBT Bar Association, the LGBT Bar Association of DC acts in coalition with other local and national groups dedicated to LGBT concerns.
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Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs – GLIFAA---DMV-Wide---GLIFAA, officially recognized by the U.S. State Department, represents lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) personnel and their families in the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Foreign Commercial Service, Foreign Agricultural Service, and other foreign affairs agencies and offices in the US Government.
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Georgetown Luthern ChurchFaith/ Religious-1556 Wissconsin Ave NW2202-337-9070www.georgetownlutheran.comoffice@georgetownlutheran.com; pastor@georgetownlutheran.comThirty-two years before the city of Washington became the capital of our nation, a Lutheran congregation was organized in Georgetown, north of the Potomac River. A deed recorded in Frederick, Maryland, May 17, 1770, and a decision of the Supreme Court in 1829 concerning the title to a Lutheran church property prove the existence of an organized Lutheran congregation in Georgetown as early as 1769.
Early in the 18th century, a group of Lutherans from Germany, having settled in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland, migrated to the Potomac Valley. They were attracted by Lord Baltimore’s offer of land. Itinerant pastors ministered to these settlers as early as 1733. A generous pioneer developer donated a plot for the erection of a Lutheran church and a congregation was promptly organized.
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Gertrude Democratic Stein ClubPolitical/ Advocacy-1929 18th Street, NW, Washington, DC 200096-http://www.gertrudesteindemocrats.cominfo@steindemocrats.orgGLIFAA, officially recognized by the US State Department, represents lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) personnel and their families in the US Department of State, US Agency for International Development (USAID), Foreign Commercial Service, Foreign Agricultural Service, and other foreign affairs agencies and offices in the US Government.
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GLBT Resource Center @ American UniversitySupport, Educational, University-201 Mary Graydon Center, Washington, DC 200166https://www.american.edu/ocl/cdi/lgbtq.cfmgltba@american.eduThe Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Ally Resource Center works to strengthen and sustain an inclusive campus community that welcomes people of all sexual orientations and gender identities by providing support, educational resources, and advocacy.
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Center for Diversity and Inclusion @ American UniversitySupport, Educational, UniversityKameron Winters202 Mary Graydon Center, Washington, DC 200166202-885-3651https://www.american.edu/ocl/cdi/LGBTQ.cfmcdi@american.edu; kwinters@american.eduThe Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) works to advance American University's commitment to respecting and valuing diversity by serving as a resource and liaison for students, staff, and faculty on issues of equity through education, outreach, and advocacy. To achieve this mission, the center is dedicated to enhancing LGBTQ, multicultural, first generation, and women's experiences on campus.
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PRIDE- People Respecting Indiviual Diversity Everywhere @ American University Previously Queers and AlliesSupport, Educational, University--6202-885-3651https://www.american.edu/ocl/cdi/LGBTQ.cfmtsteaks@american.eduWe are American University’s premiere LGBTQ+ student group. We focus on creating safe and inclusive programming for all.
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Georgetown University- LGBTQ ResourcesSupport, Educational, University-3700 O Street NW, Georgetown University2https://hoyalink.georgetown.edu/organization/gupridepride@georgetown.eduGU Pride is Georgetown University's group for LGBTQIA students. We provide academic, political, and social programming for the whole Georgetown community. Throughout the year, GU Pride holds three themed weeks: Coming Out Week, known for the hundreds of free t-shirts we distribute saying "I Am" to bring visibility to LGBTQIA and allied students; Gender Liberation Week, in which we take a more theoretical approach to gender and sexuality; and Pride Week, which encompasses celebrations.
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Georgetown University- Multicultural Equity and AccessSupport, Educational, University-3700 O Street NW, Georgetown University2202-687-4054https://hoyalink.georgetown.edu/organization/CMEAcmea@georgetown.eduThe George Washington University's (GW) Multicultural Student Services Center (MSSC) is an integral part of the Office for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE) in the Office of the Provost. The MSSC reports directly to the Vice Provost, ODECE, Caroline Laguere-Brown. Our vision and mission reflect our dedication to building a welcoming, enriching, and inclusive environment at GW. Our rich history demonstrates our role and impact across campus as educators, trainers, advocates, mentors, and community builders.
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Helping Individual Prostitutes Survive (HIPS) --> Helping Individual People SucceedAdvocacy, Support, Education, Health, HIV/AIDS, Addiction & Prvention-906 H Street NE Washington D.C. 200026(800) 676-HIPS (4477); 202-232-8150www.hips.orghips@hips.orgMission HIPS promotes the health, rights, and dignity of individuals and communities impacted by sexual exchange and/or drug use due to choice, coercion, or circumstance. HIPS provides compassionate harm reduction services, advocacy, and community engagement that is respectful, non-judgmental, and affirms and honors individual power and agency.
Vision
We believe that those engaged in sex work, sex trade, and drug use should be able to live healthy, self-determined, and self-sufficient lives free from stigma, violence, criminalization or oppression. We will achieve this through engaging sex workers, drug users and our communities in challenging structural barriers to health, safety, and prosperity.
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Hillwood Estate, Museum & GardensArts, Education, SupportLisa Leyh6202-686-5807https://www.hillwoodmuseum.orginfo@hillwoodmuseum.org; lleyh@hillwoodmuseum.orgExplore Hillwood’s world-renowned collection of Russian and French art, along with twelve acres of enchanting formal gardens set on the former estate of cereal heiress, Marjorie Merriweather Post. Hillwood works with its GLBT Advisory Committee to maintain a welcoming atmosphere for the GLBT community, offering public programs such as its annual Gay Day, and engaging in rewarding partnerships with area GLBT organizations.
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Human Rights CampaignAdvicacy, Legal, Support, Social, Educational, Political-1640 Rhode Island Avenue NW, Washington, DC 200367(202) 628-4160www.hrc.govinfo@hrc.govThe Human Rights Campaign represents a force of more than 3 million members and supporters nationwide. As the largest national lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer civil rights organization, HRC envisions a world where LGBTQ people are ensured of their basic equal rights, and can be open, honest and safe at home, at work and in the community.
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Immigration Equality ( DC Chapter)Legal, Immigration, Advocacy, HIV/ AIDS--DMV-Widewww.immigrationequality.orginfo@immigrationequality.org; ImmigrationEquality_DC@yahoo.comAs the local chapter of Immigration Equality, the DC Chapter is working to end discrimination in US immigration law, to reduce the negative impact of that law on the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and HIV-positive people. We are both an advocacy and a social group. Immigration Equality attempts to offer a balance of activities from happy hours and other opportunities for social support to outreach at public events. Since 1994, Immigration Equality has been proud to advocate for and represent lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ), and HIV-positive immigrants seeking safety, fair treatment, and freedom.

Immigration Equality’s work impacts both the individuals we serve and the immigration system as a whole.In over 80 countries around the world, it is a crime or fundamentally unsafe to be LGBTQ. For far too many people, it is impossible to be out and proud. For more than 20 years, we have been focused on providing free direct legal services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-positive immigrants, including:

Asylum seekers forced to flee to the U.S. to find safety
LGBTQ binational couples and families separated by oceans
Detained people trapped in immigration jails
Undocumented LGBTQ people living in the shadows inside the U.S.
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Innerlight Ministries DCFaith/ Religious, Support-1231 Good Hope Rd SE WDC 200207 (202) 332-7750www.innerlightministries-dc.orginfo@innerlight-dc.orgInner Light Ministries was founded on July 4th 1993, in Washington, D.C. The church had its first service at The First Congregational Church at 10th & G Streets N.W. with ten founding members. Bishop Kwabena Rainier Cheeks, D.D. is the founding Pastor. He has diligently served in this role since the conception of Inner Light Unity Fellowship Church. The Reverend Dr. Wallace R. Henry III is the Assistant Pastor. Inner Light Unity Fellowship Church was the Unity Fellowship's beacon in the Washington, DC area accepting God as Love and the universal Law of Love which mandates Love for God, for one's self and for one's neighbor.

In April 2002 we became an independent ministry that believes in the "Radical Inclusiveness" of Jesus Christ. We are a Christian based ministry based in Liberation Theology and Social Justice. We are a proud African American community, working toward freedom of all people. This is a healing ministry for our bodies, minds and spirits in a doctrine dedicated to freeing people from dependence and dominance.
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Khush DCSupport, Educational, Political-pin
The DC Center
2000 14th St NW, # 105, Washington, District of Columbia 20005
DMV-Wide(202) 518-2265info@khushdc.org; board@khushdc.org ; president@khushdc.orgKhushDC is a social, support and political group that provides a safe and supportive environment, promotes awareness and acceptance, and fosters positive cultural and sexual identity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ) and additional gender or sexual minority South Asians in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

We represent a broad array of nationalities including those of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
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La Clinica Del PuebloEducation, Health, HIV/AIDS, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Youth Services-2831 15th St NW, Washington, DC 200091(202) 462-4788www.lcdp.org/info@lcdp.orgLa Clínica del Pueblo es una organización sin ánimo de lucro 501 (c) (3) y un centro de salud con aprobación federal que tiene mas de 90 empleados y 50 voluntarios, quienes juntos “construyen una comunidad latina saludable por medio de servicios culturalmente apropiados, enfocándose en los más necesitados.”

Fundada en 1983 como una clínica de salud gratuita para inmigrantes latinos que fueron desplazados por conflicto, hoy La Clínica es conocida en toda el área metropolitana de Washington, D.C. como una fuente confiable de cuidado de salud integral y de educación de salud para mas de 8,000 hombres, mujeres y niños.

La Clínica presta servicios con sensibilidad cultural y lingüística, como:

atención primaria y servicios de salud mental y abuso de sustancias
apoyo de VIH/SIDA, desde la prueba de detección del VIH y consejería; así como brinda vínculos al cuidado medico y servicios sociales
servicios de apoyo incluyendo servicios lingüísticos, programas de beneficios y manejo de casos
educación sobre la salud y alcance comunitario a su población objetivo: hombres, mujeres y niños con bajos ingresos, sin seguro o con cobertura insuficiente dentro de la comunidad latina. {English} La Clínica del Pueblo is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and Federally Qualified Health Center with over 90 employees and 50 volunteers dedicated to its mission “to build a healthy Latino community through culturally appropriate health services, focusing on those most in need.”

Founded in 1983 as a free health clinic for Latino immigrants recently displaced by conflict, today La Clínica is known throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area as a dependable source of integrated health care and health education for over 8,000 men, women and children.

La Clínica provides culturally and linguistically appropriate services, such as:

primary care and mental health and substance abuse services,
HIV/AIDS support, from testing and counseling, to linkages to medical care and social services
support services including language services, entitlement and case management programs,
and health education and outreach to its target population: low-income, uninsured or under insured men, women, children and adolescents in the Latino community.
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Lambada Dance SportSocial, Sports--DMV-Wide(202) 596-4860-ambda Dance Sport DC is a non-profit organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender dancers in the Baltimore-Washington area who wish to train in and dance any of the different couples' competitive Dance Sport styles of International Ballroom and Latin, American style Rhythm and Smoothe, Country/Western, Salsa & Rueda, Disco/Hustle, Flamenco, Swing, Argentine Tango and more as same-gender couples. Lambda Dance Sport DC does not promote discrimination within its own ranks by discouraging specific LGBT lifestyles, races or genders.
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Lambda DiversSocial, Sports--DMV-Wide-- lambdadiversinfo@hotmail.comLambda Divers is a nonprofit, social organization dedicated to promoting scuba diving among the members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and transsexual (GLBTT) community. Lambda Divers grew from a desire to meet other GLBTT divers to befriend and with whom to safely enjoy diving in a supportive "family" environment. However the main mission of Lambda Divers is to provide a fun and inexpensive diving venue for GLBTT divers.
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Lambda LinksSocial Events, Sports--DMV-Wide-https://lambdalinks.cominfo@lambdalinks.comLambda Links mission is to promote and provide a social forum for golf camaraderie for gay, lesbian, and bisexual people regardless of faith, ethnicity, race, age, or ability.
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League of Women BowlersSocial, Sports--DC-Wide(202)997-3918https://leagueofwomenbowlers.shutterfly.com/info@lambdalinks.com; ccfromdc2k4@msn.comLeague of Women Bowlers (LOWB) is a member supported bowling organization. Membership is composed of women in the GLBT communities from the DC Metropolitian areas. Members enjoy an atmosphere of friendly social yet competitive bowling. LOWB is a member of the Capital Area Rainbowlers Association (CARA) and members of the International Gay Bowlers Organization (IGBO).
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Latino GLBT History Project2000 14th St NW Suite 105, Washington, DC 20009DC-Wide(619) 341-9181http://www.latinoglbthistory.org/Mayor Bowser and the Mayor’s Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) Affairs awarded a combined $75,000 in grant funding to eight community-based organizations that serve LGBTQ residents and LGBTQ residents experiencing homelessness in Washington, DC. The grants are intended to strengthen the organizational capacity, support leadership development, and ensure sustainability among nonprofits serving LGBTQ youth and young adults in DC. Grants were made in amounts between $5,000 and $15,000.
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LGBTQ Victory FundPolitical, Advocacy, DMV-WideThe Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund is the nation's largest LGBT political action committee and the only national organization dedicated to increasing the number of openly LGBT elected officials at all levels of government. The Victory Fund and its national donor network have helped hundreds of openly LGBT candidates win election to local, state and federal offices. Since 1991, Victory Fund has helped elect thousands of LGBTQ people to positions at all levels of government. These LGBTQ voices have made significant contributions to advancing equality for LGBTQ Americans – from passing non-discrimination laws to defeating amendments to ban marriage equality.
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Luther Place Memorial ChurchFaith/ Religious, SpiritualXavier Williamson1226 Vermont Avenue Washington, DC 200055(202) 667-1377https://lutherplace.orgoperations@lutherplace.orgLuther Place Memorial Church is a Reconciling in Christ Congregation and welcomes Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Persons and their Allies into full participation in all aspects of congregational life. Luther Place is also proud and grateful for their growing partnership in ministry with Unity Fellowship Church DC.
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Max Robinson Center of Whitman WalkerMental Health, Wellness, Medicine, HIV/ AIDS Prevention, Legal, Support, Advocacy-2301 Martin Luther King Jr., Ave., SE Washington, DC 200207202-745-7000https://www.whitman-walker.org/location-max-robinsion-streetinfo@whitman-walker.orgWhitman-Walker Clinic's Max Robinson Center has been providing HIV/AIDS services for clients living in southeast D.C. since 1992. MRC provides a wide range of services to the community east of the Anacostia River and for Prince George's County in a culturally competent and sensitive manner. MRC serves an area that traditionally has been underserved and faces tremendous challenges when it comes to primary health care and HIV/AIDS services..
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Metro TeenAIDSHIV/ AIDS Prevention, Youth, Education, Support,651 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington DC 20003 DMV-Wide(202) 543-9355, (202)543-8246,https://washingtonpeacecenter.org/ag_metroteenaidsadmin@washingtonpeacecenter.orgMetro TeenAIDS is a community health organization dedicated to supporting young people in the fight against HIV/AIDS. They support them through education, support, and advocacy. Metro TeenAIDS prevents the spread of HIV, promotes responsible decision making, and improves the quality of life for young people infected with, or affected by, HIV/AIDS.
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Metropolitian Community Church of Washington D.C.Faith/ Religious, Spiritualhttps://mccdc.com474 Ridge Street, NW Washington DC 200016202-638-7373https://mccdc.com/churchoffice@mccdc.com; info@mccdc.comMetropolitan Community Church of Washington DC (MCCDC) is celebrating their 36th anniversary this year. MCCDC have grown from humble beginnings with a few people who came together for worship in a town house on Capitol Hill to a congregation of almost 500 members who have built an award winning ministry facility at the corner of 5th and Ridge Streets, NW. MCCDC is especially proud to have expanded their ministry by: offering financial assistance through several funds which help meet immediate human need, especially for people living with HIV/AIDS; by assisting in the founding of several other Metropolitan Church Community in the Mid-Atlantic area; and by sending forth at least 19 people to ministry and service in other parts of the country.
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Metropolitian Police Department- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Liaison Unit ( LGBTLU)Government, Public Safety,-801 Shepherd Street, NWDC-Wide(202) 727-5427https://mpdc.dc.gov/page/lesbian-gay-bisexual-and-transgender-liaison-unit-lgbtluslu.adminbox@dc.govThe Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Liaison Unit (LGBTLU) is a team of dedicated officers that focuses on the public safety needs of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and their allied communities. They conduct public education campaigns on issues related to hate crimes and public safety. Their primary focus is to gain the trust of the community and seek out information that leads to the closure of hate crime and violent crime within the LGBT community. They conduct patrol functions and respond to all citizen complaints.
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National Gay and Lesbian Task Forcedvocacy, Education, HIV/AIDS, Support, and YouthMichael Bath1325 Massachusetts Ave NW Suite 600, Washington, DC 20005DMV-Wide202-393-5177, 305-576-5010http://www.thetaskforce.org/mbath@thetaskforce.org;info@thetaskforce.orgThe mission of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force is to build the grassroots power of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. They do this by training activists, equipping state and local organizations with the skills needed to organize broad-based campaigns to defeat anti-LGBT referenda and advance pro-LGBT legislation, and building the organizational capacity of our movement.

The Policy Institute, the movement’s premier think tank, provides research and policy analysis to support the struggle for complete equality and to counter right-wing lies. As part of a broader social justice movement, they work to create a nation that respects the diversity of human expression and identity and creates opportunity for all.
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Stonewall DemocratsAdvocacy, Networking, Social, Political-1929 18th Street NW PMB 2000 Washington DC 200096-stonewalldemocrats.usinfo@stonewalldemocrats.us; info@steindemocrats.orgThe National Stonewall Democrats is a grassroots network connecting LGBT Democratic activists from Seattle, Washington to Austin, Texas to Little Rock, Arkansas to Atlanta, Georgia. With more than 90 chapters across the country, Stonewall is a grassroots force for social change within their movement and within their party.
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SMYALAdvocacy, Education, Health, Mental Health, Support, and YouthAdalphie Johnson410 7th Street SE, Washington, DC 200036202-567-3162, 202.546.5940 https://smyal.orgsupporterinfo@smyal.org; info@smyal.org; adalphie.johnson@smyal.orgThe Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League (SMYAL) is the only Washington, DC metro area service organization solely dedicated to supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth. SMYAL’s mission is to promote and support self-confident, healthy, productive lives for LGBTQ youth as they journey from adolescence into adulthood. To fulfill the mission,

SMYAL concentrates their commitment and energy on five focus areas: (1) Life Skills & Leadership Development, (2) Counseling & Support, (3) Health & Wellness Education, (4) Safe Social Activities, and (5) Community Outreach and Education.
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National Youth Advocacy CoalitionAdvocacy, Education, Support, Youth-1638 R Street, NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 200092(202) 625-1382http://www.nyacyouth.org/nyac@nyacyouth.org  info@nyacyouth.orgThe National Youth Advocacy Coalition is the only national organization focused solely on improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth through advocacy, education, and information.
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Office of Contracting and ProcurementBusiness Development, Government, Support-441 4th Street, NW, 700S, Washington, DC 20001 DC-Wide(202) 727-0252ocp.dc.govocp@dc.govThe Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) plays a major role in the growth and development of the District. The agency is organized into five key sections:

Construction
Procurement (goods and services)
Procurement Support
Administration
Performance Management & Transformation
All other goods and services are procured by OCP for specific agencies.
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Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic DevelopmentBusiness Development, Support, Government-1350 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20004DC-Wide(202) 727-6365dmped.dc.govdmped.eom@dc.govThe Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) supports the Mayor in developing and executing the District's economic development policies. The purpose of the Office is to assist the Mayor in the coordination, planning, supervision, and execution of programs, policies, proposals, and functions related to economic development in the District of Columbia. DMPED also advises the Mayor on the most effective allocation of public resources devoted to economic development. Functions:

Oversees and coordinates execution of the District's economic development programs and projects
Represents the Mayor to businesses, developers, and other government agencies
Manages the executive agencies responsible for economic development
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One In TenYouth, Support, Advocacy-1101 N Central Ave #202, Phoenix, AZ 85004DC-Wide602-400-2601 Ext. 2https://onenten.org/info@onenten.orgOne In Ten is dedicated to education and cultural activism on behalf of gay and lesbian people. One In Ten seeks to nurture the aesthetics, consciousness, and cultural legacy of this community. One In Ten is a non-profit membership-based organization and respects the diversity of backgrounds and ideologies of members of the gay and lesbian community.
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Out for WorkAdvocacy, Business Development, Education, Employment, Students, and Youth-1325 Massachusetts Ave. NW, 7th Floor, Suite 700, #702, Washington, DC 20005DMV-Wide866.571.LGBT, (202) 487-3986https://www.outforwork.org/info@outforwork.orgThe Out for Work Program educates, prepares, and empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and ally students for the workplace.
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OutServeSocial, Support, Military-1133 19th St. NW Washington DC 20036DMV-Wide800-538-7418,https://www.outserve-sldn.orgadmin@outserve-sldn.orgOur mission is to provide a local structured forum for LGBT military service members in an effort establish a social human network and to unite all LGBT military service members currently operating in the National Capital Region.
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PFLAGSupport, Family, Parents, Education, Advocacy, Allies-1111 14th St NW, Suite 350, Washington, DC 20005DMV-Wide240-600-0884 (Help Hotline), 202-638-3852 Office Linehttp://pflagdc.org/support/events/info@pflagdc.orgParents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) promotes the equality and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered persons, their families and friends through support, education and advocacy. PFLAG provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.

Keeping families together is the mission of PFLAG. Their family values stress education, understanding, acceptance, and support, but most of all love, thereby empowering our children — straight and gay — to lead happy and productive lives. The local PFLAG chapter offers resources, programs and support groups for families with GLBT residents.
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Pitchers DCBAR2317 18th St NW,
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Rainbow Families-DCFamily, Support, Advocacy, Social, -5614 Connecticut Ave., NW, #309 Washington, DC 20015-2604DC-Wide(202) 747-0407http://www.rainbowfamiliesdc.org/Our-Programsinfo@rainbowfamilies.orgRainbow Families DC (RFDC) is the organization for all LGBT parents/prospective parents and our allies in the DC Metropolitan area. RFDC sponsors social events, hosts educational workshops and conferences, and creates space for families to connect directly with each other.
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Rainbow History ProjectEducation, Social Events, and PhilanthropyP.O. Box 73176 Washington, DC 20056-3176DMV-Wide(202) 670-7470http://www.rainbowhistory.org/info@rainbowhistory.orgThe mission of the Rainbow History Project is to collect, preserve, and promote an active knowledge of the history, arts, and culture relevant to sexually diverse communities in metropolitan Washington DC. The Rainbow History Project is sponsored by a generous grant from Brother Help Thyself.
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Reel AffirmationsArts, Education, and Social2000 14th Street NW DCDC-Wide-http://www.thedccenter.org/reelaffirmations?fbclid=IwAR0NTCIHI7Ve-kzpeIIstJn5i7axA5LwtXDTBqNfUF-Dn25VoZQhRAHWjMQinfo@infothedccenter.orgReel Affirmations: Washington, DC’s, International GLBT Film Festival, is held annually every October. Through film, Reel Affirmations works to build community among GLBT people – fostering a sense of belonging by bringing our stories – our struggles and accomplishments – to life during the festival.
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Riverside Baptist ChurchFaith, Religious, Spiritual, Events, and Support699 Maine Ave., SW6202-554-4330https://riversidedc.org/calendar/RSBC@RiversideDC.orgRiverside Baptist Church draws the circle of redemption as large as we can. They do not believe we are a white church, a black church, a male church, a female church, a heterosexual church or a homosexual church. They want to be the church of Jesus Christ. They believe in the power of the Gospel to erase barriers and make of us one people. To that vision we are abidingly committed.
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Saint Thomas Episcopal ChurchFaith, Spiritual, Support, Allies-1810 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 200097202-332-0607https://stthomasdc.org/administrator@stthomasdc.orgSaint Thomas Episcopal Church is significantly connected to the social causes that directly affect the community. The Outreach Committee serves as the hands and feet for the parish expanding its ministry of social justice and community outreach to both the city and the world beyond.
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Service Member's Legal Defense FundAdvocacy, Legal, Military1133 19th St. NW Washington DC 20036DMV-Wide800-538-7418https://www.outserve-sldn.org/admin@outserve-sldn.orgOutServe-SLDN represents the U.S. LGBT military community worldwide. Our mission is to: educate the community, provide legal services, advocate for authentic transgender service, provide developmental opportunities, support members and local chapters, communicate effectively, and work towards equality for all.

OutServe-SLDN is the largest association for actively serving the LGBTQ military and veteran communities. We are a non-partisan, non-profit, legal services, watchdog and policy organization dedicated to bringing about full LGBTQ equality to America’s military and ending all forms of discrimination and harassment of military personnel on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. OS-SLDN provides free and direct legal assistance to service members and veterans affected by the repealed “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law and the prior regulatory ban on open service, as well as those currently serving who may experience harassment or discrimination. Since 1993, our in-house legal team has responded to more than 12,000 requests for assistance.
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Sexual Minority Youth Assistance Leauge Advocacy, Education, Health, Mental Health, Support, and YouthAdalphie Johnson410 7th Street SE, Washington, DC 200036202-567-3162, 202.546.5940 https://smyal.orgsupporterinfo@smyal.org; info@smyal.org; adalphie.johnson@smyal.orgThe Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League (SMYAL) is the only Washington, DC metro area service organization solely dedicated to supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth. SMYAL’s mission is to promote and support self-confident, healthy, productive lives for LGBTQ youth as they journey from adolescence into adulthood. To fulfill the mission,

SMYAL concentrates their commitment and energy on five focus areas: (1) Life Skills & Leadership Development, (2) Counseling & Support, (3) Health & Wellness Education, (4) Safe Social Activities, and (5) Community Outreach and Education.
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Saint Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal ChurchFaith, Spiritual, Support, Allies-1525 Newton Street NW, Washington, DC 200104(202) 232-0900https://www.saintstephensdc.org/staff@saintstephensdc.org; St. Stephen and the Incarnation is a community of seeker/learners desiring to know ourselves and others as much-loved children of God and to serve God by loving and serving others. They are an open and growing Episcopal church with roots in the movement for more inclusiveness. The great diversity of backgrounds, lifestyles and callings is a resource from which they draw their strength.
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Stone Circle Tradition of WiccaFaith, Spiritual Events, and Support-190 Walker Lane, Artemas, PAVA(814) 784-3080https://www.4qf.org/office@4qf.org
Stone Circle Tradition of Wicca is a Wiccan mystery tradition within the larger family of the Four Quarters Interfaith Sanctuary of Earth Religion. This exists to promote the spiritual development of Dedicants and Initiates; to encourage responsible fulfillment of diverse Wiccan vocations to priest/esshood; and to offer service to Four Quarters, to all in Earth’s Household, and to the Divine Spirit of the Universe, One and Many, Male, Female, Both, and Neither.
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Team DCSports, Social--5-http://www.teamdc.org/contact-us/brent@teamdc.org; news@teamdc.orgTeam DC encourages and supports involvement in team and individual sports within the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and broader community in the Washington Metropolitan Area. To meet this objective, Team DC strives to promote excellence, integrity, and good sporting conduct in individual and team sports.
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The Campbell Center---7-http://gafsc-dc.org/the-campbell-center/idenmccollum@gmail.com; The Campbell Center is a peer-run resource center for individuals living with mental health challenges. We seek social change on an individual level by supporting wellness and recovery, training in leadership and micro-enterprise, and fostering community engagement. Through our Wellness, Recovery, and Resource Center and the Leadership and Micro-Enterprise Academy, participants can engage in creative arts and social activities while building skills in self advocacy, employment, leadership, and technology.
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The Cherry FundHIV/AIDS Prevention, Music, Social--6703-447-333cherryfund.org, cherryfund.cominfo@cherryfund.orgCherry began several years ago when a group of local residents got together and planned a charity fundraiser. Using modest financial resources, the all-volunteer organization known as Friends Being Friends banded together to put on a weekend of music, dance and celebration. Several other Cherry events would follow, each increasingly better attended than the last.
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The National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of CommerceAdvocacy, Business Development, Support, Students-1331 F Street NW7(202) 419-0440, 202-234-9181http://www.nglcc.orginfo@nglcc.orgThe National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce is committed to forming a broad-based coalition, representative of the various interests of LGBT owned and friendly businesses, professionals, and students of business for the purpose of promoting economic growth and prosperity of its members.
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Third Millenium EnsembleArts and Social Events-512 Gilmoure Drive, Silver Spring, MD 20901MD202-316-1646http://www.thirdmillenniumensemble.org/thirdmillenniumensemble@earthlink.netThe Third Millennium Ensemble (TME) was formed (as Lyra) in 2001 when a group of musicians came together to dedicate their talents to the promotion of works by American composers in general, and local and minority composers in particular. Since that time TME has performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Flashpoint, Christ Church - Washington Parish, Environmental Protection Agency, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Hillwood Museum, and the Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress.
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Unity Fellowship Church- D.C.Faith, Spirituality, Advocacy-474 Ridge Street NW, Washington DC 200015(202) 380-9596www.ufc-usa.orgunityfellowshipchurchdc@gmail.comIf you are looking for a church home that is rooted in spirituality and not in religion, one that celebrates all of God's diverse creation, please feel free to go and worship at Unity Fellowship Church, they know that God created everyone just as they are: Black, White, Latino, Native American, Asian, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersexes, or straight. Your background could be Baptist, COGIC, Apostolic, Catholic, AME, Buddhist, Agnostic, Atheist, etc. they accept everyone.
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Us Helping Us, People Into LivingHIV/AIDS, Lesbian Services, Mental Health, Social Events, Support, Transgender Services, and Youth SaVanna Wanzer3636 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington DC 200104(202) 446-1100http://www.uhupil.orgUs Helping Us, People Into Living, Inc., is a community-based AIDS service organization committed to reducing HIV infection in the African-American community. Us Helping Us was incorporated in 1988 as a support group for HIV-positive black gay men.
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Washington RenegadesSports, Social-1300 Florida Ave. NW Washington, District of ColumbiaDC-Wide(202) 464-1435https://www.dcrugby.com/practicedc_rugby@yahoo.com; alexmerida16@gmail.comThe mission of the Washington Renegades is to learn, teach and play rugby; to forge new friendships and celebrate others' differences and to give back to our supportive communities through charitable and educational activities.
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Washington WetskinsSports, Social-300 Van Buren St NW, Washington, DC DC-Wide(202) 576-9533https://www.facebook.com/groups/18750057653/hwalenga@gmail.comLambda Links mission is to promote and provide a social forum for golf camaraderie for gay, lesbian, and bisexual people regardless of faith, ethnicity, race, age, or ability.
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Westminister PrespreteriyanFaith, Religious, Spiritual, Events, and Support-400 I St SW Washington DC 20024 US3202-484-7700https://www.westminsterdc.orgIn 1983, Westminster Presbyterian became the first church in their Presbytery to openly minister to the gay and lesbian community. Westminster Presbyterian established Food & Friends which has now expanded, delivering meals to homebound persons living with AIDS and others.
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Youth Pride AllianceSocial, Support, Youth-1700 14th St NWDMV-Wide(202) 387-4141http://youthpridealliance.org/youthpride@youthpridealliance.orgYouth Pride Alliance is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, and Ally youth empowerment to encourage positive self-development and expression, as well as leadership, while bridging diverse communities and individuals to address issues of visibility, equality, and social justice. We are dedicated to celebrating the dignity and courage of all young people.
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The DC CenterWashington, D.C. 200041http://thedccenter.org/info@thedccenter.orgThe Center’s mission is to celebrate, strengthen, and support community among the GLBT residents and organizations of Black Pride and Youth Pride, among others in Metropolitan Washington, DC. While The Center ramps up to fulfill its vision of serving as a ‘drop-in’ center and as a clearinghouse for GLBT residents and visitors, it offers an outdoor movies series during the summer months, Screen on Stead Park; organized the DC Crystal Meth Working Group to address the use and abuse of crystal methamphetamine; established an elder outreach group that coordinates programs, services, and information for DC’s senior citizens; hosts quarterly art exhibits; the annual Town Hall Meeting during Capital Pride; and support a number of other events.
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9:30 Club815 V ST. N.W. WASHINGTON, DC 200011202-265-0930https://www.930.com/HUMAN@930.COM
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