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Love a Certain Gay Non-Profit? Here’s Your Chance to Tell the World


QUEERTY PRESENTS — In December, Queerty identified The Five Worst Gay Charities For Your Dollar, where we examined how much cash gay-oriented non-profits were actually using toward achieving their goals. We also told you about The 5 Best Gay Charities, using the same criteria. But who says we’ve got the final say? Now it’s your turn to identify the best LGBT non-profits.

Queerty is teaming up with GreatNonProfits.org and GuideStar to let you review and vote on the organizations you deem the best — and the worst. If you donate to, volunteer for, or actively support a non-profit you believe in, head on over to GreatNonProfits.org/Pride and give ’em the thumbs up. Not impressed with one? Write that, too.

We’ll tally up all the reviews submitted by June 30 and then honor the non-profits who scored the highest. Sure, it’s a chance for these organizations to brand themselves “the greatest GLBT non-profit,” but it’s also an opportunity for you to support the causes you believe in most.

Already being reviewed: The Trevor Project, L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center, The Gay Christian Network, and the National Center for Lesbian Rights. Won’t you add yours?

Visit GreatNonProfits.org/Pride now to submit your review.

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  • Phoenix (Outloud, Proud, And Unbowed In The Face Of Adversity)

    Technically The Southern Poverty Law Center is not a GLBT organization but they have done us and other minority groups plenty of good.

  • Susan Tenby

    Went to your link, and it was a fail:


    You don’t have permission to access /pride on this server.”

    anyway– I submit cuav.org.

  • Andrew

    I’m sorry – who gets the HRC “sticker revenue?” Joe Solmonese or the lobbyists, or the tuxedo rental guy.

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