Who We’re Celebrating this LGBT Community Center Awareness Day

Each October 19th, we celebrate the crucial services provided by LGBT community centers.
From advocacy to wellness programs, crisis intervention and empowerment initiatives, these centers are a keystone in the LGBT community.

This LGBT Center Awareness Day, we wanted to highlight just a few of the incredible .LGBT community organizations helping make their locales a safer, healthier, or more enjoyable place for LGBT individuals.


3 Admirable LGBT Community Centers

1. SAVE.lgbt

SAVE is recognized as South Florida’s longest serving organization dedicated to protecting people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) against discrimination.
Since 1993, SAVE has advocated for equal rights for persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities. 


2. FirstWednesday.lgbt

First Wednesday is a LGBT support and social group dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the asylum process in the Greater Manchester area. The group meets near Piccadilly Station at the offices of the LGBT Foundation.
First Wednesday offers both full meetings and less formal drop-in sessions. They also offer contributions towards meeting travel expenses for asylum seekers, in order to keep the meeting accessible.

3. Wandsworth.lgbt

Wandsworth LGBTQ+ Forum has established a broad program of advocacy, health and cultural activities for LGBTQ+ people of all ages across London. The Forum has embraced provision of sexual health, primary care, cancer and mental health services and promotion of cultural and inclusion projects.


Check out any of the above community centers to learn more about their services and initiatives!

You can also get in on the celebrations by using the #LGBTCenterAwarenessDay hashtag, donating to your local center, or offering to volunteer during this critical time for many community organizations.

We also invite any LGBT-centric organizations, non-profits and campaigns to take advantage of PrideLife’s .LGBT domain name BOGO (Buy One, Gift One) campaign.

“Whether you’re an LGBT business owner, entrepreneur, community organization or non-profit, a .LGBT domain name provides you with the perfect web address to raise global visibility for the LGBT community and help you stand out on the Internet.” explains PrideLife, the first LGBT-owned and operated domain name registry.


Register one .LGBT domain for your organization, brand or initiative – and gift another. That’s a win-win for you and a fellow community member this LGBT Community Center Awareness Day!

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Posted on Date:
Monday, October 12, 2020