The Human Rights Campaign is America's largest civil rights organization working to achieve LGBTQ+ equality. By inspiring and engaging individuals and communities, HRC strives to end discrimination against LGBTQ+ people and realize a world that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all.
The Human Rights Campaign envisions a world where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people plus community members who use different language to describe identity are ensured equality and embraced as full members of society at home, at work, and in every community.
HRC’s Federal Club is an industry leader when it comes to mid-level giving programs within non-profit organizations. Our generous donors provide the resources that help fuel HRC’s nationwide legislative and advocacy work. The Federal Club program:
HRC's Online Strategy team helps our community make history for LGBTQ+ equality through the development and execution of online advocacy and fundraising campaigns via email, paid social recruitment and text messaging. Our Digital Organizing, Advocacy, and Fundraising Intern will gain valuable hands-on experience in digital communications and have a direct and lasting impact on our movement for LGBTQ+ equality. Some of the intern’s ongoing tasks will be the daily development of email communications and related engagement collateral, analysis, and reporting for HRC’s various national and local online campaigns; troubleshooting HTML coding for HRC email communications and other online strategy projects. The Digital Organizing, Advocacy, and Fundraising Intern should:
Membership is the lifeblood of the Human Rights Campaign – our members are the reason we can accomplish so much in the fight for full LGBTQ+ equality. The Membership Outreach team is tasked with expanding and diversifying HRC’s membership and supporter base through several key fundraising programs: Pride, Community Events, Honorary Gifts, Athletes for Equality and other special projects and initiatives. The Membership Outreach team:
The Communities & Volunteer Relations (CVR) at HRC helps to achieve LGBTQ+ equality by keeping HRC strong, funded, and fighting through our management of an impactful volunteer leadership program. We empower the volunteer leaders in 32 steering committees across the country to engage and expand support for our mission locally. The CVR supports the work of our national network of volunteers by:
HRC's Major Gifts team is responsible for identifying, recruiting, and stewarding donors who give $5,000 and above annually to the HRC. The Major Gifts program has more than 1,000 members, whose annual pledges help to fund the work of the HRC Foundation, the community and education-focused branch of the Human Rights Campaign. The Major Gifts team works to make sure these committed individuals have a strong and lasting relationship with the HRC. In addition, Major Gifts members enjoy special benefits, such as complimentary tickets to dinners, as a result of their membership. The intern on this team primarily interacts with the Major Gifts team but will also get experience with various projects tied to HRC’s Planned Giving and Foundation Relations teams. Major Gifts is pivotal to the work of HRC Foundation and gives us the ability to focus on lasting relationships with some of our biggest contributors.
The HRC Consumer Marketing team oversees all merchandise created on the online shop, Provincetown store, and other departments. Our online retail store promotes HRC branded merchandise, brings in new HRC members, and puts a face on the fight for LGBTQ equality. The Consumer Marketing Program:
The heart of the Human Rights Campaign is its membership — over 3 million members and supporters strong. They make our critical work for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer equality possible. The Membership Team engages with members and supporters in a number of ways to advocate for equity, fairness, visibility and representation for LGBTQ+ people and to raise funds to fuel our mission. It is responsible for the following: