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Support from individual donors is the bedrock of GLAAD’s success. It’s the more than 15,000 contributing members that make GLAAD a powerful force in the media industry – ready to mobilize when media outlets are not fair, accurate and inclusive in their coverage of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
GLAAD’s programs and services provide the tools and resources necessary for individuals and local groups to effectively talk about LGBT issues in the media and for the media to report on LGBT topics. GLAAD staff members pitch stories across the country on issues that affect LGBT people in an effort to change hearts and minds, encourage positive opinions and showcase the common ground we all share. In cases of defamation and anti-gay violence, our team of staff and volunteers are on the ground connecting individuals and allied organizations with the media to ensure that stories are told in a fair and accurate way.
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Snapshot of Our Work
Over a quarter million people join Jen Tyrrell to tell the Boy Scouts: Stop the discrimination
Over 250,000 people have joined Ohio mom Jen Tyrrell in telling the Boy Scouts of America to put an end to its long history of discrimination against LGBT scouts and leaders. GLAAD has helped share Jen’s story with media including The Associated Press, The New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, and dozens of others. Sign Jen’s Change.org petition here. Read more.