PFLAG Queens Chapter
PFLAG is the organization for
Parents, Families, Allies, and
LGBTQ people united for Equality
PFLAG envisions a world where diversity is celebrated and all people respected, valued and affirmed inclusive of their sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.
By meeting people where they are and collaborating with others, PFLAG realizes its vision through:
- Support for families, allies and people who are LGBTQ
- Education for ourselves and others about the unique issues and challenges facing people who are LGBTQ
- Advocacy in our communities to change attitudes and create policies and laws that achieve full equality for people who are LGBTQ
Groups Served: Gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, transgendered persons and their
parents, families and friends. Anyone who wants to help end discrimination based on
sexual orientation. We welcome "straight, but not narrow" members openly!.
We meet on the 3rd Sunday of every month, at 2:00 PM
Meetings are held at:
The Reform Temple of Forest Hills
71-11 112th Street (2 blocks north of Queens Blvd.)
Forest Hills, NY 11375
|It is now Sunday August 30 2015 at 11:51 am|
Reminder that our next meeting is schedule for September 20th 2015 --- see you there!
Please note this meeting is on the Second and not the THIRD SUNDAY!
Note Currently there are no meeting scheduled for July and August.
Please Come And Visit With Us!
Links to our Resources:
click here to see information on our Annual Awards Luncheon Celebration to be held 2/8/2015
click here to see information on becoming a chapter member
click here for directions and list of meeting dates:
click here for list of other NYC metro area p-flag meeting times
click here to see some pictures of us at Queens pride
click here to see list of chapter officers
click here to see information on the Morty Manford Award
click here to see information on the Carmel Tavadia Memorial Award
click here to see information on the Brenda Howard Memorial Award
click here to see the press release on the Brenda Howard Memorial Award
TIPS FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY from PFLAG National Webpage
Resources on the Internet
There are hundreds of World-Wide Web Resources for parents, families, friends and young people who
need to know more about homosexuality. For young people, one of the best places to start is
a service of the National Coalition for Gay, Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender youth. This web site includes a wealth
of information, including brochures
on a variety of topics, including
"Coming Out To Your Parents"
and even information
For Parents of Gay Children
Out Proud! also
sponsors the Queer America(tm)
database of lesbigay resources. You can search for resources, support
groups and help in your area, selected using your zip code or area
code, and sorted by age group and gender. This search is completely
confidential and anonymous. Find resources in your area with a
The Youth Assistance Organization
is run by gay and lesbian teens for gay and lesbian teens.
It is an online service, run by volunteers, created to help
self-identifying gay, lesbian, bisexual and questioning
youth. YAO exists to provide young people with a safe space
online to be themselves.
The QRD also
has PFLAG related links, including other chapters
already on the world wide web, info on the general email support and
a list that was organized to provide and encourage trans-gender support.
Other links on the Internet
PFLAG National - Home Page
The New York City Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center
New York Area Bisexual Network
Queens Lesbian and Gay Pride Committee (QLGPC)
Great Older Lesbian Discussion (GOLD)
The Sappho Mailing List Home Page
Freedom To Marry
For More Information About PFLAG, Write, Call or E-mail
11/2/2011 Effective Immediately - We have a new PO box Number
P.O. Box 750212
P.O. Box 751043
Forest Hills, NY 11375-0212
Click on the icon to the left if you need information on our chapter
You can also click on the icon to the left to Email the PFLAG National office
We have a yahoo group mailing list - please join to get up-to-date news.
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Last updated 01/05/2015 by LDN