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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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Main Line Youth Alliance
Type: Youth
The Main Line Youth Alliance (MYA) provides gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning and straight youth with social, educational and supportive activities in a confidential, respectful and safe environment. Main Line Youth Alliance programs, unique in Philadelphia's western suburbs, encourage healthy relationships with peers, family and community. We meet every Friday night from 7 to 9:30pm at the Central Baptist Church in Wayne, PA. (Space is generously donated by Central Baptist Church. MYA has no religious affiliation.)
MANNA (Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance)
Type: HIV
MANNA delivers nourishment to people living with a life-threatening illness. A small professional staff and 1,000 dedicated volunteers bring over 50,000 nutritious, home-cooked meals each month into the homes of individuals and families living with a life-threatening illness. MANNA nutritionists provide one-to-one, HIV-specialized nutritional counseling in dozens of clinics throughout the Delaware Valley. All of MANNA’s services are free of charge throughout 11 counties of the tri-state region.
Market America - PLG Diversified
Type: Professional
Gay owned and operated product brokerage. Our clients have an assigned Personal Consultant that is able to find any product for our clients. Examples of products: Holistic health & nutrition, skin care, custom cosmetics, auto care, weight management (personal counselor), sports nutrition, home & cell phone service and much more. Our Professional consultants are trained to find the highest quality product you want at the best price and have it delivered to you.
Marriage Equality USA - Southeastern PA Chapter
Type: Social
Welcome to Marriage Equality work in Pennsylvania

**Link through to the PA Southeast or the PA Southwest sections to see specific information on what is happening both statewide and in the specific Philadelphia or Pittsburgh regions. If you live in a different part of the state from these areas and would like to start your own chapter, contact us at MEUSA and we will connect you with the people who can help you to do that. 1) On the home page of this site, select the JOIN NOW link and fill in the form. Your email is important for communication and your zip code is important so that your membership is entered into the Pennsylvania Chapter. There is optional information which you may choose to fill in or leave blank, but please also take the time to fill out the section at the bottom of the form to let us know what you want to be part of, what you don't want to be part of, and there is even an 'other' box for anything else that you think we should know. 2) In the meantime, do remember that seemingly small efforts begin to add up to big differences. Do your research, know for example the difference between civil unions and civil marriage. Stay informed of the issues and continue to tell your story. Civil marriage equality under the law moves forward when people understand that behind the facts are real faces and families. The MEUSA website offers plenty of great resource information for your own knowledge, the PA SW and PA SE pages offer specifics of what is happening in those areas but also ideas for how people from across the state can be involved. We are happy to let you know the opportunities that are out there and can assure you your personal story of why this issue is important to you is an important story to be telling. Together, we can make a difference. 3) There is currently alot of emphasis on national marriageequality issues and efforts such as the Prop 8 rallies across the country organized by grassroots people.More locally, over the past four years we have successfully blocked two attempts to put a marriage amendment to a vote on the ballot of Pennsylvania. The amendment would have gone further than current PA law which does mean marriage equality is illegal here. The state constitution would actually have been changed. Unravelling an amendment to the state constittution is much, much more difficult than changing a law so we need to be celebrating our success and the success of the Value All Families coalition in stopping that. 4) Click through to either PA Southwest (Pittsburgh region) or PA Southeast (Philadelphia region) to see what's currently happening that's important to you and your family! **UP and COMING Organizations worth checking out.*** Create Equality is a non-profit organization that works to generate awareness about the GLBTQI community and enact social change through the arts. Mark your calendar for the Create Equality nationwide kickoff event, LOVE UNITES, which will be held in May 2009, and will bring together gay and straight celebrities, comics, artists and musicians in the name of love and equality for all. Find out how you can hold a LOVE UNITES event in your city: . A LOVE UNITES event is being planned by our Philadelphia region leader so check it out! Pittsburgh and Philadelphia region contact info: Philadelphia : Brandi Fitzgerald Pittsburgh: Dana Elmendorf
Material Gurls Ent
Type: Social
Our organization provides a combination of entertainment services including Party Promotion, Hosting and Planning. We specialize in the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual, Queer and Questioning) community, bringing you events that are unique to our wonderful social life. Expect a lifetime memorable experience, that you will want to relive over and over again! With the leadership of the Material Gurls Senoj and Jador, we strive to deliver outstanding service to all clients!
Mayor's Liaison to LGBT Communities
Type: Political
Gloria Casarez is the Mayor's Liaison to LGBT Communities. She serves as the principle point person in the City administration on LGBT issues and leads the administration's efforts on LGBT issues within city government and facilitates community engagement across a range of issues of importance to LGBT people in Philadelphia.
Mazzoni Center - Chestnut Street
Type: Health
Established in 1979, Mazzoni Center provides quality comprehensive health and wellness services and is the only health care provider in the Philadelphia region specifically targeting the unique health care needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) communities. Mazzoni Center offers a full array of outreach, prevention, education, direct medical and care services, psychosocial services, legal services, and support groups, and is dedicated preserving the dignity and improving the quality of life of the individuals it serves. It is the oldest AIDS service organization in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the fourth-oldest in the U.S. Counseling, prevention and wellness programs, legal services, and HIV/AIDS support services are housed at the agency's main offices (21 S. 12th Street, 8th floor); primary health care is provided by Mazzoni Center Family and Community Medicine (809 Locust Street); and free, rapid HIV/STD testing through the Washington West Project (1201 Locust Street).
Men of All Colors Together
Type: Social
Men of All Colors Together Philadelphia is a gay multiracial, multicultural organization committed to fostering supportive environments wherein racial, social and cultural barriers can be overcome and the goal of human equality realized. To these ends, Men of All Colors Together Philadelphia, engages in educational, political, cultural and social activities as a means of dealing with racism, sexism, homophobia, heterosexism, HIV/AIDS, ageism, ableism, classism, and other inequalities in our lives.
Men of All Colors Together-Phila. (MACT-Phila.)
Type: Support
MACT-Phila. is a thirty-year old gay multiracial, multicultural organization committed to equality, justice and diversity. We engage in educational, political, cultural and social activities as a means of dealing with racism, sexism, homophobia and HIV/AIDS in our communities and in our lives. We meet the 3rd Friday of each month except July and August, at the William Way Community Center at 7:30 PM.
Men of Color United
Type: Support
Discussion/support group for gay and bisexual men of color meets from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays
Men's Intimacy Group
Type: Support
Intimacy is connected to nearly every aspect of being with a partner or friend, and is important in maintaining relationships. Issues around coming out, men being intimate with each other, discrimination toward LGBT people, and just being able to communicate with others (and yourself) honestly and openly all contribute to an ability to be intimate. No two people will experience intimacy in the same way, but this group will be aimed at helping you explore and discuss the role of intimacy in your life. Whether you are single or in a relationship, if you are male and identify as a Gay, Bisexual or Queer and are interested in learning more about intimacy in your life, you are welcome to find out more by contacting Daniel at 215-563-0652, ext 513. Participants are expected to commit to full 8-week group cycle. Cost is determined by sliding scale fee assessment.
Metropolitan Community Church
Type: Religious
MCCP is a Revolutionary Christian Church located in the rainbow community. We offer an opportunity for transformational worship and render relevant ministries within our community.
Metropolitan Community Church of Philadelphia
Type: Religious
A christian church serving the rainbow community since 1971
Monday Alternatives Bowling League
Type: Art & Culture
Monday Alternatives Bowling League is a brand new league to call the very Gay/Lesbian friendly Laurel Lanes home. They bowl 3 games a week on Monday Nights at 7pm from September-April. We are expecting a great mix of fun people.
Montgomery County H.O.P.E. - Honoring Our Pride and Equality
Type: Support
Here to bring LGBTQ and allies in Montgomery County, PA in touch with resources, support and education.
Mountain Meadow
Type: Family
Mountain Meadow is a progressive and diverse community that offers children of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and other non-traditional families and their allies, regardless of income, programming dedicated to recognizing and challenging different forms of oppression and intolerance. Through empowerment, open discussion and education, we develop leadership skills, promote activism and social change.
Naked Yoga Philly
Type: Health
Naked Yoga Philly is for men interested in the practice of yoga without the restrictions of clothing. Our goal is to provide an opportunity to strengthen male spiritual community. We strive to create an atmosphere of self-acceptance, empowerment, and mutual trust by fostering body consciousness and peer support. While nudity is an intrinsic part of the experience, this class is not designed nor intended to create a sexual venue or to foster erotic energy.
National Lesbian Gay Journalist Association Philadelphia
Type: Art & Culture
National Lesbian Gay Journalist Association Philadelphia
NEPA Rainbow Alliance
Type: Support
The NEPA Rainbow Alliance and Rainbow Fund for NEPA of The Luzerne Foundation is a community networking and development organization for the Greater Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Hazelton and Poconos Regions of Northeastern Pennsylvania. The Rainbow Alliance serves the community by connecting organizations, resources and the GLBT community and its allies.
New Hope Celebrates
Type: Pride
New Hope Celebrates (NHC), is a nonprofit organization focused on highlighting the history and cultural nuances of New Hope, PA while stimulating the retail, hospitality, and professional community. NHC is comprised of an Executive Board that drives activities and events that serve the diverse LGBT populace through the creation and promotion of marketing opportunities, educational activities, and cultural events. One such event is the annual, week long PRIDE celebration held annually in May. We are a 501(c) 3 organization

New Hope Celebrates brings people together to share in a celebration of our history, diversity and the inclusiveness of our community.

As a voice for our local LGBTA community we strive to achieve our vision where society is free of prejudice, discrimination and hate, within our community, and across our borders.

We inspire locals and visitors through creative ideas, events, art, entertainment, and the talents of everyone in our diverse community.

We recognize and celebrate the uniqueness of everyone, bringing people together to share as one community.

We open our arms and hearts welcoming everyone as we create a sense of belonging and shared purpose. Working with other local non-profit groups for the greater good of the community.

We are dedicated to promoting our communities as a culturally diverse destination not just for the LGBT community, but for all who believe in equality. We plan for the growth of our organization to ensure that future generations can know our history and celebrate with Pride.
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