Denver and Colorado boast a wealth of gay resources and organizations to meet the needs of the seventh largest GLBT population in the country:
The Alexander Foundation: The Alexander foundation exists to enhance the lives of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered people by providing financial assistance to those in need throughout Colorado.
Cinema Q: The Denver Film Society's Cinema Q is a regular showcase for gay cinema in Denver.
Colorado AIDS Project: Provides HIV services and testing.
Colorado Anti-Violence Program: Since 1986 the Colorado Anti-Violence Program has been dedicated to eliminating violence within and against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) communities in Colorado.
Colorado Business Council: The CBC is Colorado's gay and lesbian chamber of commerce.
Colorado HRC: Human Rights Campaign fights for LGBT equality in Colorado alongside state and local groups and lawmakers.
Colorado Primetimers: Social group for active gay men in Denver and throughout Colorado.
Colorado Stonewall Democrats: The National Stonewall Democrats is a grassroots network connecting LGBT Democratic activists across the United States.
The Denver Element: ELEMENT, is a Denver's Gay Men's Wellness Initiative, supported by The Mile High Council on Substance Abuse and Mental Health.
Denver Gay Professionals: Networking group for gay professionals in Denver.
Front Range Bears: Social club for hirsute men and their admirers.
Gender Identity Center of Colorado: The GIC was formed to provide support to anyone gender variant in their gender identity and expression.
The Gill Foundation: The Gill Foundation has invested more than $162 million, including $96 million in grants, to support programs and nonprofit organizations across America that share our commitment to equal rights for all Americans.
Greater Denver Gay Couples' MeetUp: Created in 2010, this MeetUp helps same-sex couples find one another
make new friends by attending dinners, outdoor activities, cultural
events, and other social gatherings together.
Imperial Court of the Rocky Mountain Empire: One of Colorado's oldest gay organizations, the ICRME raises for the community through drag performances and fancy-dress balls.
Colorado Log Cabin Republicans: The Log Cabin Republicans of Colorado are the chapter representing the entire state.
Mile High Freedom Band: The Mile High Freedom Band just celebrated its 25th year of supporting Denver organizations with musical performances at events and functions.
Project Angel Heart: Delivers meals to men, women, and children coping with life-threatening illnesses.
PFLAG Denver: Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays of Denver.
Pikes Peak Gay & Lesbian Community Center: PPGLCC is based in Colorado Springs and has a mission to empower LGBT people to achieve civil and social equality.
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains: Planned Parenthood offers numerous services for the gay community including STD and HIV testing and prostate and testicular cancer screenings.
Rocky Mountain Arts Association: Rocky Mountain Arts Association builds community through music through our four program choruses: the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus, Out Loud: The Colorado Springs Men's Chorus, Mosaic Youth Chorus, and the Denver Women's Chorus.
Two Spirit Society of Denver: Two Spirit Society is a modern pan-indian (universal) phrase that can be applied to Native Americans who are Gay, Bisexual, Lesbian, or Transgendered.
If you represent or know of a gay organization in Denver or Colorado that should be on this list please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.