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Pride Patrol

Join Pride Patrol, a force of LGBT and allied community members whose goal is to promote visibility at our local school and library board meetings


The mission of the Long Island LGBT Chamber of Commerce is to promote and foster growth for LGBT-affirming and welcoming businesses of all types and sizes, especially LGBT-owned businesses, through networking, education, and uniting the broader business community.

LGBT Network Candidate Training Academy

RUN FOR YOUR LOCAL SCHOOL, COMMUNITY, AND LIBRARY BOARDS Long Island and Queens need more parents, teachers, students and community members who can be the voice for equality, equity, safety, visibility and opportunity on our school and library boards! We need you to run. We need the real majority to be the voice for our youth and families!

LGBT Network School District Ambassador

Visibility, education, opportunity, and safe schools are critical for our LGBTQ youth. Become an official LGBT Network School District Ambassador for your local community and school district and work together to ensure that every school has age-appropriate education about LGBTQ people, families and issues.
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2023 LGBT Families Day
Whether you are looking to start a family, expand your current family, or are an LGBT-headed family looking to connect with other LGBT families, LGBT Network’s LGBT Families Day is for you!


Queens Youth Group

Teens in NYC, we have an exciting announcement for you! Two Friday nights each month, you can come hang out with other teens like yourself for food, fun, activities,

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About The Network

The LGBT Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is a home and voice for LGBT people, their families, and support systems of Long Island and Queens.  The LGBT Network’s community centers help LGBT people to be themselves, stay healthy, and change the world.  Since 1993, the LGBT Network has been pioneering advocacy and social change to promote safe spaces where LGBT people live, learn, work, play, and pray.

30+ Programs a Week
Hosting 30+ in-person and virtual programs a week to reach and impact all corners of the LGBT Community from Long Island, Queens, and beyond.
Supporting youth and students in over 300+ school districts throughout Long Island, Queens and New York City.
300+ Schools
LGBT/LGBT-friendly Affordable Senior Housing and Community Center
We are excited to announce that applications are now being accepted for the LGBT Network’s LGBT/LGBT Friendly Senior Housing, featuring 75 newly constructed affordable apartments for LGBT seniors ages 55 and above in Bay Shore, anchored by a brand new 8,000 square foot LGBT community center.
Over 650 LGBTQ and allied students from across New York City and Long Island held the largest rally in the country to denounce Florida’s hateful “Don’t Say Gay Bill” at the LGBT Network’s 26th Annual LGBT Youth Conference at Citi Field on March 16th. LGBTQ students, their allies, and local leaders showed support and solidarity, by proudly proclaiming and chanting “WE SAY GAY” so loud that it could be heard all the way down South.


WATCH PIX11: Rangers Criticized For Not Wearing Pride Jerseys

The team really showed its true colors by not coming out and wearing pride jerseys, said President of LGBT Network, David Kilmnick.
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WATCH WPIX11: FDA drafts ‘gender-inclusive’ blood donation guidance

“I remember back on Sept. 11th when it was our call to duty as Americans to donate blood and when I couldn’t donate blood just simply because I was a
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WATCH News12 LI: FDA policy change could base blood donor screening off of individual and not sexual or gender identity

“I remember back on Sept. 11th when it was our call to duty as Americans to donate blood and when I couldn’t donate blood just simply because I was a
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The LGBT Network relies on the support of their many volunteers to serve Long Island and Queens LGBT communities. As a volunteer, you will join the ranks of other kind, compassionate, generous, hardworking individuals who have affected tremendous and far-reaching change for our community.



Queens LGBT Center (Q Center)

35-11 35th Avenue,
Astoria, NY 11106

Telephone: 718.514.2155
Fax: 516.750.4715

Bay Shore

LGBT Friendly Senior Housing & Center

34 Park Ave.
Bay Shore, NY 11706

Telephone: 516.323.0011
Fax: 516.750.4715


LGBT Network Headquarters & Center

125 Kennedy Drive, Suite 100, Hauppauge, NY, 11788

Telephone: 631.665.2300
Fax: 631.665.7874

Sag Harbor

The Hamptons LGBT Center

44 Union Street
Sag Harbor, NY 11963

Telephone: 631.899.4950
Fax: 631.665.7874