The LOFT LGBTQ+ Community Center is PROUD to celebrate BISEXUALITY VISIBILITY DAY:
September 23, 2021!
To our Bisexual Family: We see you and we honor you!
If you are bisexual and looking for support, come learn more about the programs and services we offer including support groups, click here to learn more
Looking for additional reading resources about biweek and bisexuality? Click here
The LOFT is partnering with Queermark
cards to support TransMission
! Purchase a set of THANK U FOR COMING OUT! cards and Queermark will donate 50% of proceeds to TransMission helping to increase the number of scholarships offered.
Buy the cards, and write small notes to each of your friends who are Out, letting them know how much they mean to you! National Coming Out Day is around the corner, October 11, 2021.
T-Time: an intentional conversation for Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming and Non-Binary People of Color ages 18+. Those who are questioning their gender identity are also welcome to attend. The group meets on the 1st and 3rd Friday evenings of each month from 7-8pm ET. T-Time launched in June 2021 and is part of The LOFT's Peer Support Services. It is an open topic discussion-based group facilitated by staff of the center's PROUDWST Me program.
Become a supporter of The LOFT as a Sponsor! Sponsoring your business with The LOFT is a powerful way to build a long-lasting and meaningful relationship with the LGBTQ+ Community.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available!
Now that The LOFT is open again, we would love for you to consider becoming an in-person volunteer.
It's a wonderful way to build friendships, community and have tons of fun in the process!
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and sadly the LGBTQ+ Community is not immune from this and other forms of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).
The LOFT's Rebuilding Rainbows program can help.
Information can be found below to register for our groups and events.
As of August 2021, The LOFT is still currently offering many of our Peer Support, Social Groups, and Events, virtually via Zoom and some groups are coming back to meeting in-person at the center. The LOFT knows how important it is for our LGBTQ+ community to continue to safely connect with one another, especially in times of elevated stress and public concern. The LOFT's Groups Form which is linked below indicates whether an event is taking place virtually or in-person.
How does this work?
Read our guidelines for using our LOFT Virtual Groups here.
You can either video chat in or call in using only audio through your Zoom account.