Your LGBT/HIV Legal Rights Resource
How to Help
GLAD is leading the charge for equality and justice in New England and creating a national impact in every area of the law that affects our communities. You can be a part of GLAD's work changing laws, changing attitudes, and changing lives.
Every donation to GLAD helps create Equal Justice Under Law for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and all people affected by HIV and AIDS.
There are many ways to give.
Please choose from the list below.
- Donate Online Now
- Leadership Giving:
Join the Equal Justice Council
- Monthly Giving:
Join the Friends of GLAD and make a major impact with a modest monthly gift
- Gifts In Honor or Memory:
mark an important occasion, or honor a special person
- Sponsor an Event
Find out what events are coming up next
- Gifts of Stocks/Securities
- Planned Giving
- Workplace Giving
The more people know their LGBT and HIV+ family, friends, and neighbors, the more likely they are to support our rights and help us work toward full equality. Read More →
GLAD welcomes volunteers of all ages and backgrounds. Volunteers and interns contribute invaluably to our work toward Equal Justice Under Law. Please consider getting involved in the following ways:
- Volunteer in the GLAD Office
- Volunteer for GLAD's Legal InfoLine:
Next training May 12-16, click here for more info
- Volunteer for a GLAD Event
- Internships at GLAD
GLAD receives thousands of phone calls each year from individuals seeking legal counsel and representation. It is critical that we are able to refer them to experienced attorneys throughout New England who are sensitive to the legal concerns of gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, transgender individuals, and people living with HIV.
GLAD's Legal InfoLine receives about 3,000 calls per year. Many of the callers need information and/or assistance that GLAD cannot provide, but that agencies like yours can. By being a part of GLAD's Agency Referral Database, you can help us better serve the needs of our callers and provide your agency with appropriate referrals.