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Whether it’s giving your time, a donation or just your commitment to learning more about LGBTQ+ equality — the Human Rights Campaign has many ways for you to help change our future and make history.


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Become one of the more than 3 million advocates working toward equality. Join the Human Rights Campaign on the right side of history by making a one-time or monthly gift today!


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Find Local Events

Local HRC events are a great way to find those connections while also playing a role in growing a national movement to secure LGBTQ+ equality.

Find your Local Community

The best way to build a movement is from the ground up. HRC works alongside lawmakers and groups at the local and state levels all over the country to fight for LGBTQ+ equality. Find your community and learn where your voice is needed today.

Share Your Story

We are looking for LGBTQ+ Americans who are willing to share their personal experience with discrimination.

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Support the Equality Act

The Equality Act is a landmark piece of civil rights legislation. Help fight discrimination.

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Register to Vote

Elections will decide whether we can defend and build on our progress — or whether our opponents can erase our rights and our community. Check out our voting center today!

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Show your solidarity

If you believe in a world without discrimination, where every person is accepted and free to be who they are openly and authentically, show the world with a free HRC logo sticker.
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Join us for dinner

An evening to remember! Our dinners bring together our community of members, supporters, friends, family and allies around the country for an evening of celebration and inspiration.

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Your support fuels HRC’s fight for equality. By making a gift to HRC, you help resist attacks against LGBTQ+ rights and continuing to push equality forward.