Provides myriad health and well being services to the gay lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities and is a leading HIV/AIDS policy development and program delivery agency.
The AIDS Trust of Australia raises and distributes funds nationally for HIV/AIDS research, education, care and support that is provided by community-based organisations.
ALMA supports lesbian doctors, medical students and their partners and advocates to increase the visibility of lesbian doctors and lesbian health.
The Links section is a table of over 600 national and state-based organisations which may be of interest to lesbian, bisexual and queer women. Examples include community events, health services, counselling and support services, social groups, sporting groups, artistic organisations, young people's groups and organisations from which people can get information about legal and human rights issues.
A gay men’s outdoors, bushwalking and social group in western Sydney.
BGF was founded in 1984 and is named after the first person to die of AIDS in Australia, Bobby Goldsmith. It is the oldest HIV/AIDS charitable organisation in the country and provides practical, emotional and financial support to PLWHA.
CSN is a volunteer based group run by ACON that provides home care for PLWHA.
This network (female to male Australia) is the largest membership based network of men with transexualism and offers accurate, relevant and timely information about transexualism.
A group of dedicated men who identify as gay or bisexual and who are, or who have been married or involved in a heterosexual relationship.
IGLYO is the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Youth and Student Organisation. IGLYO is a network gathering LGBTQ youth and student organisations in Europe and beyond. It is run for and by young people.
This Project, auspiced by ACON, records and reports anti lesbian and gay abuse or violence, provides referral and support to victims of homophobic abuse or violence, sometimes runs self-defence workshops, anti-homophobia education programs and also promotes the Safe Place program; a network of business and services that are equipped to offer support and help to victims of violence or abuse. They are identified by a sticker (an inverted pink triangle on a black background) on their front door or window.
New Mardi Gras runs the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade and party and Sleaze Ball. Its general objective is to raise the visibility of the GLBTIQ communities.
Parents & Friends of Lesbians And Gays is a non-profit voluntary organization whose goal is to keep families together by giving help, support and information to families and friends of all gay people.
The Pinnacle Foundation has been established to provide scholarships to lesbian, gay, transexual, queer, intersex and bisexual youth who are marginalised or disadvantaged.
Positive Life NSW (formerly PLWHA) is a non-profit community organisation that represents the interests of PLWHA in NSW. It works to promote a positive image of people affected by HIV with the aim of eliminating prejudice, isolation, stigmatisation and discrimination.
Nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and/or intersex (LGBTI).