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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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Type: Support
Community activists created the Delaware Valley Legacy Fund (DVLF) in 1994, after more than a year exploring the feasibility of establishing a fund to benefit the sexual minority community in the Delaware Valley. Their mission was bold and ambitious: to improve the quality of life and create a legacy for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, (LGBT); allowing everyone to make a lasting and meaningful contribution to the future.
EDGE Philadelphia
Type: Media
Daily news, entertainment and nightlife information about gay Philadelphia.
Educational Justice Coalition
Type: Youth
Educational Justice Coalition ® (EJC) seeks to create safe spaces for LGBTQ Youth through access to quality educational resources and social support services.
EgoPo Productions
Type: Art & Culture
EgoPo is a nonprofit repertory theatre company committed to revitalizing the great classics. We strive for virtuosity in vocal and physical performance in order to create innovative and provocative theatrical events. EgoPo advances the American acting technique through our professional conservatory and seeks to expand audiences with our education outreach programs.
Type: Lesbian
Uniting LGBTQ Womyn of color: Our mission is to create and to sustain a safe space for LGBTQ woymn to connect and dialogue while increasing visibility, promoting holistic healing, and addressing key issues within our communities that will move us towards a more just society.
Empowering Spirits Foundation
Type: Political
The Empowering Spirits Foundation is a civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality. Members engage in service-oriented activities in communities typically opposed to equal rights.
EmpoweringWord Ministries
Type: Religious
Empowering Word Ministries located at 4958 Lancaster Ave in Philadelphia, PA. is a ministry of Love, Hope, Healing, and Wholeness. We are a growing ministry that is intentionally radically inclusive, welcoming all persons regardless of race, color, ancestry, age, gender, affectional orientation and those who are specially- abled. We celebrate Gods love and our Creators diversity. We are a spiritual people that worship Christ, and focus on family and community. Rev John F. Clayton, Jr. Pastor and Founder, leads our worship services, which we describe as ‘Bapta-Metho-Costal’. We worship with prayer, preaching and song from the Baptist, Methodist and Pentacostal traditions. This combination produces an uplifting experience with every service. If you are in need of the love of Christ, our services will fill you with that love and nourish your soul. Empowering Word Ministries, Inc. is a part of The Fellowship where Rev. Dr. Yvette Flunder is the presiding Bishop. Please join our Sunday Celebration at 11:00am. Contact: 215-878-7000 or
Type: HIV
Support group for HIV-negative Latino gay and bisexual men, meets from 6 to 8 p.m. the first and third Tuesdays of the month
Equality Forum
Type: Pride
Equality Forum's mission is to promote national and international GLBT civil rights. Equality Forum undertakes high impact initiatives, produces documentary films and presents annually the largest national and international GLBT civil rights forum.

Equality Pennsylvania
Type: Political
Equality Pennsylvania works to secure and protect the rights of LGBT Pennsylvanians by promoting and leading legislative initiatives on the state, county and municipal levels. Our professional staff, lobbyists, and legislative team work with our allies in the General Assembly to shape and pass positive legislation in Harrisburg and to beat back discriminatory legislation. Equality Pennsylvania has led the fight for equal protection for LGBT citizens in Pennsylvania, and collaborates with organizations, both local and statewide, across the Commonwealth.
FACT (Fighting AIDS Continuously Together) Bucks County
Type: HIV
Organization raises funds at events to provide emergency assistance to those afflicted or affected by HIV/AIDS in Bucks, Hunterdon, and Mercer Counties.
FACT Lehigh Valley
Type: HIV
Fighting AIDS Continuously Together

To help alleviate unnecessary suffering
To halt the spread of HIV/AIDS
To assure the quality of life
To raise & distribute funds

FACT is a non-profit 501c(3) organization committed to raising money to assist individuals and families affected by HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, and to conquer the HIV/AIDS crisis within the Lehigh Valley and surrounding communities.

Since 1986 FACT has been identifying, supporting, and monitoring programs that provide direct and educational services within the serviced communities. An all-volunteer organization, FACT has since raised over $2,000,000 for the emergency needs of Greater Lehigh Valley residents affected by HIV/AIDS.

In 1986, a group of concerned citizens from all walks of life gathered together in the Lehigh Valley. They were witnessing a terrifying, devastating disease recently named "AIDS" take from them what they valued the very most. Their lovers and partners. Their life-long friends. Their sons, brothers, daughters and sisters.

Over 13,000 people had died in the U.S. by this time and no one knew when... or if... it would end. The Federal Government's response up to this time had been slow, under funded, and tinged with more than a small amount of institutionalized disdain for the gay community, which had been the hardest hit by the disease at that point. Homophobia, conflicting theories, and resistance to educational outreaches hampered efforts by medical personnel, health activists, and minority leaders to stem the tide. But a growing number of people in the Lehigh Valley felt the pain, fear, and desperation of those around them. Looking forward at where this epidemic would be headed they realized one thing: it would take an entire community working together to help those needing it the most. It was not just a gay issue, it was not just a big city issue, it was everyone's issue.

It was from this group that FACT was born. Throughout its twenty-year history FACT has been staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers. The resulting savings in administrative cost are therefore passed directly into our community to fund the programs and services that are so needed by the HIV+ and Persons With Aids in our towns and cities in the Greater Lehigh Valley region.

Several years ago, a similarly concerned group of people started our first chapter in Bucks County. FACT Bucks County serves the residents of it's county, as well as Hunterdon County, New Jersey. They also underwrite the Robert Burton Education Fund.

Additionally, The Lehigh Valley AIDSWALK has merged with FACT to take advantage of FACT's administration and logistics resources and the synchronicity of the two organization's missions and histories.
Fairmount Park Women’s Softball League
Type: Sports
F.P.W.S.L. is a predominantly lesbian league with women of every skill level 18 years of age and older. The season runs from April through July. The Fairmount Park Women's Softball League has been part of the women's sports community in Philadelphia for 35 years. Games are played on scenic Belmont Plateau in West Philadelphia. We are looking for new players for the 2010 season.
Falcon Soccer
Type: Sports
Since our founding in 1989, the Falcons have participated in many local, national and international events. We are proud to represent the Gay and Lesbian community of the Philadelphia region in a friendly game of soccer.
Fall Ball
Type: Sports
FALL BALL is a gay coed Philadelphia Fall Softball League. All skill levels of softball players are mixed together for a recreational 4 weeks of fall fun! Fall Ball was born thanks to Tommy Garbarino's vision. He started Fall Ball with friends and players from the City of Brotherly Love Softball League. The CBLSL is a member of the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance and Fall Ball is made up of Gay and Lesbian softball players along with their friends and family. All players from every league are welcome to join in and play in our Fall Ball softball league.
Family Lyfe, Inc.
Type: Art & Culture
Family Lyfe was established in an effort of offset some of these devastating statistics in the City of Camden. With nearly 65% of the total population of the City of Camden being at-risk youth, we felt it paramount to contribute toward rebuilding these areas to include self-sustaining communities and businesses through donations, education and volunteerism. By rebuilding our communities, hosting educational and social events, and supporting our local businesses, we believe that our influence will be felt where it is needed most, with our LGBT community and its youth.
Fins Aquatics Club
Type: Sports
The Fins Aquatics Club is Philadelphia's gay and lesbian masters swim team. Our members range from swimmers who have never competed to first time competitors to national record holders. We welcome swimmers of all ages, skill levels, genders and orientations. The team provides challenging, well-organized, coached work-outs. Some members focus on local, regional, national or international swimming competitions and/or triathlons. Others swim to keep fit.
First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia
Type: Religious
We are Unitarian Universalists. Ours is an intentionally diverse religious community. We seek to be guided by the wisdom and experience of people of all genders, races, theologies, colors, classes, ages and sexual orientations. We are a wonderful mix of straight, gay, lesbian, trans, bi, young, old (and in between), and people of all colors. We have a great children's religious education program, so if you have kids, they'll be welcome too. Unitarian Universalism is a progressive, liberal faith. Our religious movement today is characterized by a commitment to diversity in community, respect for the individual's path to religious truth, and by a dedication to social justice as a means of living out our religious values. Our Seven Principles are to covenant and promote: 1. The inherent worth and dignity of every person. 2. Justice, equity and compassion in human relations. 3. Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations. 4. A free and responsible search for truth and meaning. 5. The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large. 6. The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all. 7. Respect for the interdependent web of all existence, of which we are a part. The Unitarian-Universalist approach to spirituality is fundamentally different from religion based on the idea of "creed" or a static concept of "revelation." We do not say that life's ultimate truth has been revealed in a particular scripture. We say that together we must seek to understand the meaning of our lives. We gather in a sense of wonder before the mystery of life. In our search we have the voices and visions of every period and place in the record of human experience from which to draw. We have the accumulated wisdom of humankind- reason, intuition, the arts and sciences, and our own life experience. We take the best of the teachings of all the great religions, as well as many other sources of inspirational writings, such as Walt Whitman, Gandhi, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., or the Sufi Mystics, to name just a few sources. Please join us on Sundays at 11 a.m. in our Frank Furness-designed sanctuary at 2125 Chestnut Street. We believe you'll be glad you came to worship with us; we know we'll be glad you did.
Type: Social
Fish On Friday is a HAPPY HOUR event held several times a year usually at the Westbury Bar to benefit local non-profit organizations and other special needs. We are passionate about raising funds for a good cause in conjunction with having a a good time in the company of great people such as yourselves! Please join us for our next "FUN"raiser - you will not leave disappointed and you'll be happy that you helped raise money. FiSH oN FRiDAY... drinking for a good cause !
Flames Soccer Club
Type: Sports
Women's soccer team seeks players for all positions, games are Sunday afternoon
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