Fellowship Indianapolis believes that gay social organizations have an obligation to pay their civic dues by supporting gay not-for-profits.
Fellowship Indianapolis has in-depth knowledge of the following organizations and their leadership and provides 10% to 15% of its annual gross revenues to these organizations. We encourage our members and others to individually provide donations.
|The Damien Center provides Education, inspiration and care for those touched by HIV / AIDS. Food pantry, home meal delivery, employment, insurance & medical, support groups including those for partners & families.
|IYG supports and educates self-identified gay, lesbian and bisexual youth and advocates on their behalf. Projects include: 12-21 year olds, Education classes, Downtown Outreach, Coming Out Discussion Groups, Homeless Outreach, 18-24 Program, Educational Mentoring Job Training, Transgender Support, School Systems Involvement.
|Indy Pride produces events that educate, honor the history of the GLBT communities, and celebrate the diversity of the Indianapolis Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Straight communities. It also operates the Chris Gonzalez Library.
The major event is the annual Pride Celebration in June.
|The Men's Chorus -- a voice of the Indianapolis LGBT community, performs public concerts from December to June, and represents the community at a variety of events in Indianapolis and nationwide.|
|Lambda Legal is a national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, the transgendered, and people with HIV or AIDS through impact litigation, education, and public policy work.|
|We are members of the Indy Rainbow Chamber of Commerce, which gathers gay and gay-friendly businesses through Central Indiana in regular meetings, and offers a directory of those businesses.|