Trans* in the CLE: Survive2Thrive
Registration is now open and applications for presenters and vendors are now being accepted!
The LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland is proud to announce Trans* in the CLE: Survive2Thrive. Presented in partnership with Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio, Trans* in the CLE will take place on Saturday, October 14th and will will feature a variety of sessions and speakers, a resource marketplace for vendors and community partners, and a social mixer for attendees. All cultivated by and for trans and gender non-conforming people. Click here to learn more or click here to register.
9th Annual LGBT Heritage Day
Nominations for the 9th Annual LGBT Heritage Day are now being accepted. The application process will close on Friday, September 22nd. Click here for more information.
Pride in the CLE
Pride in the CLE returns on Saturday, June 2, 2018 in Public Square! As we look forward to another successful LGBTQ-pride season, we want to make sure that we are hearing your voice. Please take this brief 8 question survey to provide feedback about the 2017 Pride in the CLE celebration. Take the survey here.
The Center is seeking qualified candidates for the HIV Prevention Educator position position. Click here for more information.
TaDa! Season is officially here - Join us for another year of glamour, personalized dinners, parties, and entertainment – all while supporting the mission of the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland. Check out this year's events.
Volunteer with the Center
There are many ways to get involved with the Center, including volunteer opportunities. Click here to learn more.
The Center is continuing to develop an ongoing list of LGBTQ resources in the Greater Northeast Ohio area. Click here to view them.
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The Center Receives Largest
Donations in its History
The Center has received a 1.8 million dollar donation from an anonymous donor, the largest donation in the Center’s nearly 40-year history. The purpose of the donation is for the Center to purchase and renovate a new facility and increase staffing and program capacity. In addition, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family Foundation has committed a $500,000 matching grant in support of a new endowment fund to provide for maintenance, upkeep and renovation of the new facility.
The LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland is proud to acknowledge two new partnerships that will have a lasting impact on the Cleveland LGBT community.
The endowment fund will be an enduring legacy that will provide community members the opportunity to ensure the sustainability of the Center. Up to $500,000 will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Maltz Family Foundation until December 31, 2016.