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Philadelphia is known for it's vast array of organizations dedicated to the LGBT community. Philly Gay Calendar has 569 organizations in the area ranging from social organizations, to support groups, to organizations that deal with politics, health, and even local sports teams.

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Records 201 - 220 of 480
Join The Impact - Philadelphia Chapter
Type: Social
In an effort to make a positive impact in the lives of our community, our allies, and even our opposition, JoinTheImpact.com emerged. Our movement seeks to encourage the LGBTQ community not to look towards the past and place blame, but instead to look forward at what needs to be done now to achieve one goal: Full equality for ALL. We stand for reaching out across all communities. We do not stand for bigotry, for scapegoating, or using anger as our driving force. Our mission is to encourage our community to engage our opposition in a conversation about full equality and to do this with respect, dignity, and an attitude of outreach and education.

JoinTheImpact, as an entity, will not encourage divisiveness, violence, or disrespect of others and we do not approve of this. We do not stand for pointing the finger at one group and placing blame. The LGBTQ community comes in all different colors, creeds, religious beliefs, and political parties. If we allow ourselves to place blame on one community or another, then we are no better than those who oppose us. We will not pit one community against another.

At JoinTheImpact, we are all inclusive. As such, we will continue to encourage debate from all sides of the conversation provided it is civil and respectful. We will encourage our community to not let anger steer the conversation, but with an understanding that anger is a human reaction and we hope that it can be used as a catalyst toward positive change.

Finally, we stand for national unity in the face of opposing forces that have steered the conversation into a state by state issue. We will celebrate our state by state wins, but work as one large entity to help gain these wins and will unite in the conversation against us to plant the seed of change and community.
Kappa Xi Omega Sorority Inc
Type: Lesbian
Kappa Xi Omega is a sorority for professional and preprofessiona lesbian women developed 2004
Keystone Boys of Leather
Type: Pride
A fraternity of leatherboy-identified persons dedicated to serving the needs of our community.
Keystone boys of Leather
Type: Social
The Keystone boys of Leather (KboL) is a fraternal leather club of self-identified leatherboys. Our purpose is to gather in brotherhood and boyhood, supporting our members with respect, and integrity. Our mission is to provide leatherboys a safe space in which to have fun, to learn, to educate, to socialize, to contribute, and support each other and our Leather Community. The Keystone boys of Leather is based out of Philadelphia, PA, but welcomes boys from south-eastern Pennsylvania and the surrounding ares.
Keystone Hospice
Type: HIV
Keystone’s mission is to provide exceptional healthcare. Quality driven, our team addresses each individual’s needs with compassion, state of the art service, confidence and pride. At the foundation of our mission are the values of quality, compassion and spiritual enrichment.

Since 1995, we have provided comprehensive care in Bucks, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties to patients of all ages and end-stage diagnoses — including pediatric hospice and HIV/AIDS services. Keystone’s hospice care is tailored to the individual needs of each client and family.

Beyond providing skilled nursing care and strong emotional support, our approach to end-of-life care emphasizes allowing the individual and family to make care decisions, continuing normal household activities for as long as possible, and community –based team involvement.

Keystone’s Dedication to the Community The key to our dedication is that no individual is ever turned away due to inability to pay. During the last stage of life, every person has the right to comfortable and competent care, control over their final wishes, and an environment of respect and dignity.

Keystone Progress
Type: Political
Keystone Progress is a multi-issue online advocacy organization. We are working with dozens of organizations across Pennsylvania to build the state’s largest and most effective online progressive network.
Kingdom of Prussia
Type: Social
The one stop site for major LGBTQ parties in New York City & Philadelphia.
Ladies 2000
Type: Social
Ladies 2000 represents a group of women who enjoy a convivial party atmosphere. It maintains a large staff of women who keep their fingers on the pulse of what’s hot in the immediate area as well as others.
Ladies In Leather
Type: Social
Meets the first Friday of the month at the Top of the Stop at the Bike Stop
Ladies Let Loose!
Type: Lesbian
Suburban Philadelphia Lesbian Networking Group
Lambda Car Club International
Type: Social
Lambda Car Club International has almost 1500 members in 29 Local Chapters from coast-to-coast who share the same passion for things automotive that you do! Lambda Car Club International was founded in 1981 as the Gay Old Car Owners Society, based in New
Lambda Club of the Deaf
Type: Social
A Community organization for lesbian, gay and bisexual members who are deaf
LASOH - LGBT Alliance of Students Organized for Health
Type: Health
The mission of LASOH is to assemble health professions students across the Philadelphia region into a coalition that will facilitate the implementation of LGBT-health initiatives and serve as a vehicle of sustainable service to the LGBT community.
Lavender Visions
Type: Lesbian
Therapy, support groups, couples counseling for gay/lesbian /bi and questioning commuity-workshops for women who are "living two lives-" married to a man & in love with a woman. Consultation and supervision available.
Lavender Women
Type: Lesbian
Lavender Women host a variety of social activities including women's dances, camping outings, educational programs, speakers, wine and cheese mixers, movie nights, pot lucks, spiritual groups. Many activities are located throughout the tri-state region. These events are held in Delaware County, PA at various sites.
League of Our Own
Type: Sports
Men's and women's bowling league meets Sundays at Laurel Lanes
Leeway Foundation
Type: Art & Culture
The Leeway Foundation supports women and trans artists in the Delaware Valley who create art for social change.
Lehigh Valley Gay Men's Chorus
Type: Social
Performing 2 major concerts per year plus cabaret and community appearances. LVGMC started in 1994 and is under the direction of J. Clinton Miller and we perform a wide range of music from classical to jazz to show tunes, even winning the Best musical group in the Philadelphia Pride Parade. We rehearse on Monday nights 7:00-9:30pm, Wesley United Methodist Church, 2540 Center St., Bethlehem, PA
LesBe Parties
Type: Lesbian
Social networking ladies group celebrating the beauty, strength and diversity of women
Lez Run- Running Club Philadelphia
Type: Sports
Lez Run was created by lesbian runners for lesbian runners. Our group welcomes all skill levels from beginner to pro! We meet 2x per week, Wednesdays and Sundays, rain or shine, but within reason:). Wednesdays we meet in the city at 2300 Market Street at 6:15pm and will do up to 5 miles in distance. Sunday runs will take place at the Wissahickon trails on Forbidden Drive at 9:30am. We will meet at Lincoln Drive and Rittenhouse Roads (GPS: Lincoln Dr. & W Rittenhouse St, Philadelphia, PA 19144). Try to park along W Rittenhouse St. This run will be mostly trail running and mileage is open but no less than 3 (challenge yourself). We aim to run local, out of state and out of the country races to represent our community and show off our skills! We will train together for upcoming races and help each other reach personal goals. Besides running, we also like to socialize and will meet for happy hours, pasta dinners and after run brunch. Please keep in mind we are not a dating site, but runners are hot so we understand if it happens. Our focus is to provide lesbian athletes (newbies and vets) a safe, supportive and healthy outlet via running. Finally a place where you can freely talk about loosing a toe nail, chafing cream, carbo loading, cold weather running, Garmin watches, how hot Mariah Carrey still is! and that strange feeling you get when you miss a run. So grab your running sneaks but leave your inhibitions at home and join us because running just got gayer! Our first official run will take place on January 5th at the Wiss! Anyone interested in running before this date can do so by contacting us directly at our email.
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