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Beginning June 1, 2022, PFLAG Cleveland and the LGBT Center of Greater Cleveland have entered a new partnership agreement. The partnership "will give PFLAG Cleveland a stronger presence in the greater Cleveland Community. The expertise of The Center will help broaden our outreach and support to the LGBTQ+,” said Tom Falcone, President of PFLAG Cleveland.

PFLAG Cleveland and the LGBT Center of Greater Cleveland Initiate Partnership to Provide Enhanced Services to the Region

PFLAG Cleveland and the LGBT Center of Greater Cleveland have entered a new partnership that will strengthen the impact of each organization and provide enhanced services to LGBTQ+ individuals and families in Northeast Ohio. This is the first time in PFLAG Cleveland’s 37-year history that it has partnered with another non-profit. The Center will begin to support the administrative functions of PFLAG Cleveland, allowing its all-volunteer advisory board to focus more time on mission-oriented activities. The agreement is the result of a 2021 PFLAG Cleveland strategic plan, funded by a grant from The George Gund Foundation.

Read the press release: PFLAG CLEVELAND AND THE LGBT CENTER OF GREATER CLEVELAND INITIATE PARTNERSHIP TO PROVIDE ENHANCED SERVICES TO THE REGION


FreshWater article

PFLAG Cleveland's 2020 scholarship winner, Dan Eggers, is shown at left. His story and stories about other LGBTQ+ youth and the issues they face during the pandemic are featured in Freshwater Cleveland. Read the story: https://www.freshwatercleveland.com/features/LGBTQPandemic111120.aspx