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Philadelphia is known for it's vast array of organizations dedicated to the LGBT community. Philly Gay Calendar has 575 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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Camp Dreamcatcher
Type: Youth
Camp Dreamcatcher has been providing free therapeutic and educational programs for HIV/AIDS infected and/or affected youth for thirteen years. We invite you to enter our site and learn more about our organization and the children and adolescents served by Camp Dreamcatcher. We offer a safe, accepting and loving community for children coping with HIV/AIDS.
Camp Rehoboth
Type: Support
CAMP Rehoboth is a nonprofit community service organization dedicated to creating a more positive environment in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and its related communities. We seek to promote cooperation and understanding among all people, as we work to build safe inclusive communities with room for all.
Type: HIV
A community-based network of HIV/AIDS health care providers, affiliated with the The Health Federation of Philadelphia, Inc.
Catholic Life and Evangelization/Respect Life
Type: HIV
Counseling and volunteer support programs, spiritually based support groups for HIV positive and AIDS diagnosed persons, their friends, families and loved ones. Spanish language services available.
Center for the New Psychology
Type: Support
Director Doris Jeanette is long time member of Lesbian Community who offers a holistic psychology, mind body approach to healthy relationships and healthy living.

Multicultural Women's Groups, Men and Women Nature Workshops, and private relationship coaching
Change Philly Today
Type: Youth
Non-profit raising awareness of LGBTQIA homelessness and funds to operate a LGBTQIA transitional home and shelter
Cherry Fund
Type: Social
The Cherry Fund has raised $880,000 for local and national gay and lesbian beneficiaries that play an important role in our community.

The Cherry Fund's weekend dance event is one of the few that is produced entirely by volunteers, and that still donates all of its proceeds to worthy non-profit charitable organizations in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. The cost of your pass or ticket not only gives you access to an unforgettable weekend of events, but also directly supports the work of our beneficiaries. The portion of your ticket price that benefits these charities is of course tax deductible.

While the Cherry Fund is in DC, we have parties in Philadelphia and work with Philly's Sapphire Fund
Chester County Pride Inc.
Type: Pride
Coordinates gay events in Phoenixville, PA, including the annual Chester County Pride festival in October. The mission of our organization is to build a strong sense of community among people of diverse sexual orientation through creating social, educational and supportive programming to promote the mental, emotional and physical well being of the GLBT community.
Chicken and Stars Productions
Type: Art & Culture
A local production company dedicated to serving the media needs of the LGBT community!
Type: Media
Berks County's Gay Informational Web Site.
CHOICE Hotline
Type: HIV
Community HIV/AIDS information and brief telephone counseling on reproductive Health and family planning issues. Birth control, pregnancy, abortion, adoption, prenatal care, and sexually transmitted diseases. Spanish language and hearing impaired services
City of Brotherly Love Softball League
Type: Sports
The City of Brotherly Love Softball League is the largest gay sports organization in Philadelphia with over 30 teams and 600+ members. The league was officially organized 25 years ago as the CBLSL and has continued to grow each year. Our season runs from mid-April through mid-July (holiday weekends off). We play doubleheaders on Sundays at the Dairy Fields in east Fairmount Park, right off Kelly Drive. Team practices, both pre-season and during the season, are determined by each team. Players of all skill levels from beginner to advanced are encouraged to join.
City of Hope
Type: HIV
Compassion was the driving force that led to the founding of City of Hope in 1913. That spirit lives on at City of Hope National Medical Center and Beckman Research Institute, which today provides help to millions of people who are battling life-threatening diseases.
Type: Art & Culture
COLAGE Philadelphia
Type: Support
Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere, meets monthly at The Attic
COLOURS Organization
Type: Support
The COLOURS Organization, Inc. was established in 1991 to respond to the lack of positive and progressive educational advocacy and support mechanisms for LGBT people of color in the Greater Philadelphia area. COLOURS seeks to accomplish this through a variety of activities aimed at attacking the underpinnings of disempowerment and despair in our community, activities which improve information sharing, enhance self-esteem, and support and develop the talent, beauty, strength and courage of LGBT people of color. COLOURS, prides itself on the community representation shown on our board, staff and volunteers, which are comprised of LGBT people of color. However, we work closely with other community groups who we feel support our mission and who are able to assist us in accomplishing our objectives.
Columbia FunMaps
Type: Media
The web’s hottest source for LGBT-welcoming hotels, restaurants, shops, attractions and nightlife.
Community AIDS Hotline
Type: Hotline
Provides HIV/AIDS counseling, education, and referrals to people in Philadelphia and the surrounding five county area, including four counties in New Jersey. Callers are encouraged to use the hotline to provide feedback about services they received and to report their experiences with referral agencies.
Congregation Beth Ahavah at Rodeph Shalom
Type: Religious
Congregation Beth Ahavah serves Philadelphia and the greater Delaware Valley's GLBT Jewish community and welcomes people of all gender and sexual identities. Since 1975, we've been committed to providing a comfortable place for people of all sexual orientations and religious affiliations to experience Judaism. We are affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) and draw from meaningful traditions and practices in all branches of Judaism. We're also a member of the World Congress of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Jews: Keshet Ga'avah.
Crusty. Old. LeatherDykes.
Type: Lesbian
A private social club for women interested in MC, leather, and SM with other women.
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