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.

Denver Public Health:  DPH provides wide range of services that promote, improve and protect the health and well-being of the residents of Denver and beyond.  These include:  HIV/STD testing in community and commercial venues, STD Clinic, Immunization and Travel Clinics, TB Clinic, Health Promotion, Smoking Cessation, Comprehensive HIV Care in ID Clinic, Prevention and Training Center, Birth and Death Certificates. 

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.

Rocky Mountain CARES: Rocky Mountain Cares (RMC) facilitates high quality centralized medical care, support services, and educational and research resources to Colorado's HIV/AIDS community.

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