Support The LGBT Community Fund

The LGBT Community Fund seeks to help existing community organizations and institutions better serve the community’s LGBT youth, families and elders.

The goal is not to create a parallel infrastructure to serve the LGBT community. Rather, the goal is to build capacity, knowledge and understanding within the organizations serving LGBT youth, family and elders, so that they may respond capably and equally to the needs of all constituents, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. The LGBT Community Fund is a giving circle – a group of like-minded individuals who give collectively and, as a group, determine the focus of their philanthropy. The LGBT Community Fund is a non-endowed fund — meaning all of its assets are available for grantmaking.

Join or Renew Your Annual Membership or to Become a Supporter

To become a Member of the LGBT Community Fund, eligible to participate in the grantmaking process, a minimum annual gift of $2,500 per person, or $5,000 per couple, is required. The LGBT Community Fund also welcomes gifts from Supporters in any dollar amount.

Pay by Check

Mail your $2,500 individual, or $5,000 per couple, membership or other contribution (payable to “LGBT Community Fund for Northeast Florida”) to the address below.

Pay by Credit Card

Join, renew or otherwise contribute online using our secure form and your credit or debit card.



LGBT Community Fund for Northeast Florida Contribution Form

  • Download and complete the LGBT Contribution Form [PDF].
  • Send the Contribution Form via fax to (904) 356-7910, or email
  • Send to:
    LGBT Community Fund for Northeast Florida
    c/o The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida
    245 Riverside Avenue, Suite 310
    Jacksonville, FL 32202


Thank you to our Members, Supporters, and Funders.

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Contact Information

245 Riverside Avenue, Suite 310
Jacksonville, FL 32202

The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida

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