We like to partner with groups in the local community to provide additional opportunities for NC State University. Some of our partners include:
There is now a PFLAG support group meeting in Raleigh for parents, families, and friends of those in the GLBT community. The meetings are held at the Community United Church of Christ (CUCC) the third Wednesday of each month. CUCC is located at 814 Dixie Trail. These meetings also appear on our calendar.
The LGBT Center of Raleigh
We are fortunate to have a community center in downtown Raleigh on Hillsborough Street. The LGBT Center of Raleigh’s mission is to strengthen individual and community development through social and educational activities; to facilitate the incubation of supportive services and groups; and to identify needs and advocate for resources benefiting the diverse population of lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual people, their friends and supporters within and beyond central North Carolina.
We partner on numerous programs and events throughout the year. Stay connected with the LGBT Center of Raleigh to know what is going on in the local community.
The Raleigh Business and Professional Network (RBPN)
RPBN is a networking organization for the GLBT business and professional community. They are a non-profit organization. The group gets together monthly on the second Wednesday for a dinner meeting and then the fourth Wednesday for a social. Learn more about the RBPN networking group and get involved.
Equality North Carolina (Equality NC)
Equality NC works in partnership with broad-based coalitions and grassroots activities, Equality NC is committed to building a better future for all North Carolinians by protecting youth, strengthening families and empowering communities. They also lobby the NC General Assembly to promote legislation on issues that matter to the GLBT community. Know your rights and get involved with Equality NC.
Triangle Black Pride (Shades of Pride)
Shades of Pride is a non-profit agency formed to create opportunities to acknowledge, celebrate and include the diversity of North Carolina’s African American GLBTQ community through events. The organization also works to deliver programs that increase awareness, prevention and control of HIV/AIDS, diabetes, breast and prostate cancer and other health disparities affecting minority populations.