Since community is our middle name, we believe in the partnership of our community to help us as capable and compassionate beings in this world.
We believe we are called to nurture one another in our individual and collective growth. We have proven to be a community of healing for many who previously thought of themselves as alone, unloved, or unholy. We work for justice and peace.
Please visit the links below. We are honored to partner with these organizations as we work together to make the world a better place for all oppressed people.
The California Bay Area is home to several Metropolitan Community Churches:
The objectives of UFMCC are to bind together churches for the purpose of sharing in the worship of God in the Christian tradition, and to make God's will dominant in the lives of all people, individually and collectively, as set forth in the Holy Scriptures.
With over 200 active members, the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus is a wealth of talent. But this group of men is also a family of love and support, celebrating our gay pride through musical excellence.
The Chorus is committed to excellence and joyous music-making; providing a supportive and nurturing atmosphere for our members' artistic and social self-expression; and sharing and expanding the rich and continuing tradition of male choral music.
The world's first mixed lesbian and gay chorus, LGCSF is dedicated to building and enriching the Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender (LGBT) community through song and a love of music. Since LGCSF's first concert 23 years ago at a local middle school, the Chorus has performed around the world, and hundreds of times in San Francisco. The Chorus has provided a forum for San Francisco's gay and lesbian music lovers to develop their talents, find good friends, and share their gifts with San Francisco's diverse communities.
The San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band (SFLGFB) is a community concert and marching band based in San Francisco that promotes visibility and musical education for the Bay Area's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (GLBTI) communities. Although a majority of its members are GLBTI, many are heterosexual and join to support the GLBTI community and to partake in a high-quality community concert and marching band. The SFLGFB presents musical programs that help to build understanding between GLBTI and other communities.
Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy is a small, public alternative elementary school located in the heart of the Castro District. We are dedicated to achieving academic excellence, teaching tolerance and nonviolence, celebrating diversity, and building a strong family - school - community connection.
Founded in 2000, Rainbow World Fund (RWF) is an international relief agency based in the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and friends community. RWF’s mission is to promote LGBT philanthropy in the area of world humanitarian relief. RWF 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. RWF provides a united voice, a large visible presence, and a structure to deliver LGBT charitable assistance to the larger world community.
Out4Immigration is a volunteer grassroots organization that addresses the widespread discriminatory impact of U.S. immigration laws on the lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and HIV+ people and their families through education, outreach, advocacy and the maintenance of a resource and support network.