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Philadelphia is known for it's vast array of organizations dedicated to the LGBT community. Philly Gay Calendar has 618 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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'In Bed with Butch'
Type: Art & Culture
'In Bed with Butch' is the local LGBT entertainment show in Philadelphia featuring Philly's own Butch Cordora

On channel 54 DUTV
Thursday @ 10:30pm
Saturday @ 10:30am, 10:30pm
Sunday @ 10:30am, 10:30pm
Monday @ 10:30am
On WYBE Public Television
Sunday @ 12:30am
Every 2nd Friday @ 9:30
+People Like Us
Type: HIV
A seriously fun loving group of (mostly) poz gay men sharing information and experience about living with HIV. We come together here for support and fun in the spirit of brotherly love. We maintain an interactive secret Facebook site where everyone can all share their perspectives and opinions, and where our individual needs, identities and dignity are respected. Request access to our secret site through
A Divine Affair, LLC
Type: Social
"OUR DREAM IS TO MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE" Event Coordinators - Specializes in planning same-sex weddings....At this most important time in your life, you want everything to be perfect, your day and your memories of enduring happiness. We can offer you and your partner an experience above and beyond your expectations that will last a lifetime. "I encourage my couples to create a ceremony & reception which reflects their own tastes, personalities and beliefs". So let our experienced staff take the stress & hard work out of planning your special day, so that you are able to truly enjoy it.
A Voice 4 All People (AV4AP)
Type: Art & Culture
Founded By Local Artist & Entertainer, AnOmali, "A Voice 4 All People" Is A Philadelphia Based Radically Inclusive Gospel Music Movement That Welcomes And Celebrates All People And Their Inherent Right To Sing Praises To God And Enjoy The Fruits Of Corporate Fellowship And A Genuinely Love-Filled Community Regardless Of Race, Nationality, Gender, Gender Expression, Age, Sexual Orientation, Background, Or System Of Belief. *For booking information or if you would like to be a part of this movement, please contact us via email @ This Choir Is Set Up To Be Light, A Spiritual Family, A Support System, Spiritual Nourishment: ''Soul Food"...For The Masses! It Exists To Serve As A Reminder To EVERYONE That They Are Loved By God No Matter Who They Are, What They've Done, Or How They Are Judged: To Be A Safe Place To Worship, Sing, Fellowship, To Just Be...Without Fear, Or Judgment. Nothing More, Nothing Less... This Is Our Mission. And Nothing Makes You Feel Good, Or Feel GOD, Quite Like Gospel! Our Core Values Are Acceptance, Tolerance, The Unification Of All Peoples While Celebrating Our Differences, And Our Belief That We Can Change The World Using All Of These Tools Through Beautiful Music, One Person, One Community, One City, One State, One Nation At A Time... We Believe Above All Else That: "God Is Love. And Love is All." Rehearsals Are Held On The 3rd & 4th Mondays Of Each Month From 7:00 - 9:45PM @ "The Attic" @ 255 S. 16th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102 Website: Contact AnOmali @
Type: HIV
Transforming Access To Sexual and Reproductive Health
ACLU of Pennsylvania
Type: Legal
Through advocacy, education and litigation, our attorneys, advocates and volunteers work to preserve and promote civil liberties including the freedom of speech, the right to privacy, reproductive freedom, and equal treatment under the law. We stand in defense of the rights of women and minorities, workers, students, immigrants, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people, and others who have seen bias and bigotry threaten the rights afforded to all of us in this country by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power)
Type: HIV
A diverse, non-profit, non-partisan group dedicated to ending the AIDS crisis through non-violent, direct action. General meetings are every Monday at St. Luke and the Epiphany (330 South 13th St) at 6pm.
Action Wellness, Inc
Type: HIV
Action Wellness is committed to helping people living with HIV and other chronic illnesses. We provide medical case management, health screenings including HIV testing, treatment as prevention, prevention education, supportive housing and volunteer services. Continuing our legacy of offering support and services for individuals living with HIV/AIDS, our board of directors, staff and volunteers work together to sustain and enhance the quality of life for the diverse community we serve.
Advanced Micro Technologies, LLC
Type: Professional
Gay Owned and operated On-Site Computer Consulting, Web Site Design, Web Hosting, Domain Registration, SSL Security Solutions
African American Lesbians, Philadelphia
Type: Social
Social group in the network which plans events by and for Lesbians of color.
AIDS Bias Unit
Type: HIV
Philadelphia’s Commission on Human Relations and the Fair Housing Commission. Investigates complaints of HIV/AIDS discrimination and finds rapid solutions. It provides information and advocacy for those who are denied housing or employment due to their HIV status.
AIDS Coalition of Southern New Jersey (ACSNJ)
Type: HIV
ACSNJ provides comprehensive support services for people affected by HIV/AIDS, in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem Counties of New Jersey, through leadership and community collaboration.
AIDS Delaware
Type: HIV
AIDS Delaware is unique in Delaware for the range of services it provides. For instance, instead of offering only counseling and testing services and then referring clients to another agency for case management, we do it all in house. We provide direct services to people with HIV and their families, prevention and other educational programs, and support and advocacy for policies and actions that address the needs of people with HIV. Over the last 20 years, the agency's services have been continually evolving to meet the challenges HIV presents to each of us, our families, and friends.
Type: HIV
Raises money for AIDS care and educational programming for the Delaware Valley through programs such as Gay Bingo. Also promotes public awareness of AIDS through an annual walk in October.
AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania
Type: Legal
Founded in 1988, the AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania is a non-profit, public interest law firm providing free legal services statewide to people with HIV/AIDS and others affected by the epidemic. Each year, the AIDS Law Project receives about 1,700 calls for assistance at its home office in Philadelphia. The AIDS Law Project also educates the public about AIDS-related legal issues, and works at local, state and national levels to achieve fair laws and policies.
AIDS Law Project of Southern New Jersey
Type: HIV
Advocacy and legal organization for AIDS.
AIDS Library
Type: HIV
The AIDS Library serves the community through delivery of information on HIV, such as treatments, nutrition, and history of the pandemic, and referrals to regional and national resources. This information is provided through a variety of media including books, periodicals, medical journals, videos, audio cassettes, cd-rom, and the Internet. All materials may be viewed in the comfort of the library and most books and videos may be loaned to those with a free AIDS Library borrower card.
All Out Venues
Type: Social
DeFinis and Rhoads are activists and long time community organizers. Events hosted by All Out Venues will be a way to bridge gaps, build community, and hold events that raise awareness for groups working to combat difficult social issues.

All Out Venues describes their mission as, “bringing resources and contacts from the LGBT population to businesses and organizations interested in expanding their network and customer bases. [All Out Venues] firmly believes in being charitable, focusing on one client at a time, local –first success, and healthy, safe, secure and fun events.” Dine out & enjoy a night of comedy for a local food bank, enjoy a wine tasting to send deserving students to college, explore a ski slope for social justice, and dance the night away for a worthy cause.
All Souls Ecumenical Church
Type: Religious
An Independent Catholic Church in the Anglican tradition,we are a diverse, welcoming, Christian community worshiping on the first, third and fifth Sundays of the month at 640 Centre Avenue in Reading, Pennsylvania.

Our primary outreach is to three groups:

+ first, to people who believe that the sacraments need to be valid in terms of historical Christian belief and apostolic succession, but who are no longer willing to attend a church that does not understand human brokenness and limits access to God;

+ second, to the gay and lesbian community who routinely feel unwelcome, disenfranchised or excluded from their former church home; and

+ third, to the increasing number of Christians who have no single tradition background from childhood and who feel they can comfortably be neither Roman Catholic nor Protestant.

ALL are welcome to join us and receive the sacraments of the church, including same sex marriage and gay & lesbian ordination. Our pastor is gay and partnered as is our bishop! Want to know more? Visit our website or come to be with us in worship. Curiosity and questioning are always welcome!
Alpha Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Inc.
Type: Social
Through our mission and the dedication we have to each other, we positively impact our community while maintaining a fraternal bond that is fostered by understanding, acceptance and support. We encourage any aggressive lesbian womyn seeking membership into a fraternity with standards, goals, professionalism, and activism to explore further into the Regal World of Alpha Life.
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