• Volunteer & Box

    LGBT Network

    The National Coming Out Day (NCOD) Campaign is one of the LGBT Network’s biggest events. Help us prepare by boxing and prepping the Rainbow Ribbons, posters, Palm Cards, stickers, manuals, and more that people use to Come Out in support of LGBT folks where they Live, Learn, Work, Play and Pray. Last year, over half a million people participated! We need your help to get even more this October 11th! weartheribbon.org Thank you for coming out for safer spaces and being an important part of the NCOD Campaign! #getinvolved #makeadifference #lgbtnetwork

  • Youth GAYmer Nights (Hauppauge)

    LGBT Network

    Join the LGBT Network at our Next Generation Community Center in Hauppauge for an EPIC NIGHT OF GAMING!!!! Play all of your favorite games, discover new ones & make new friends!

  • Volunteer & Box

    LGBT Network

    The National Coming Out Day (NCOD) Campaign is one of the LGBT Network’s biggest events. Help us prepare by boxing and prepping the Rainbow Ribbons, posters, Palm Cards, stickers, manuals, and more that people use to Come Out in support of LGBT folks where they Live, Learn, Work, Play and Pray. Last year, over half a million people participated! We need your help to get even more this October 11th! weartheribbon.org Thank you for coming out for safer spaces and being an important part of the NCOD Campaign! #getinvolved #makeadifference #lgbtnetwork

  • Youth Planning Council (Hauppauge)

    LGBT Network

    LGBT Network’s Youth Planning Council (YPC) is made up of responsible youth leaders, ages 13 – 24 who come together to decide and plan the youth programs and events at our community centers and out in the community. YPC Meetings are held Tuesday night at 7pm, at the LGBT Network Next Generation Community Center in Hauppauge. New members are always welcome! No registration required.

  • MAPP Classes with Suffolk County DSS | LGBT Network

    Whether you are interested in becoming a foster parent or need to maintain your foster parent certification this class is for YOU and YOUR FAMILY! LGBT Network and Suffolk County DSS’ Stephanie Whelan are providing MAPP classes to all who are interested! Learn about what it takes to be a foster parent as well as sexual orientation, gender identity and expression and HIV/AIDS and their impact on families and best practices for affirming strong parenting. Please RSVP to Aaron Braun, LGBT Network, Community Educator at [masked] or[masked]

  • GAYmer Nights for ALL (LIC) | LGBT Network

    LGBT Network Queens LGBT Center

    Compete against your fellow gaymers with classic tabletop games or Smash Bros. on Nintendo Switch at the LGBT Network's GAYMER NIGHT! Guaranteed to be fun night out for ALL at the LGBT Network Queens LGBT Center Lets the goods time roll!!!

  • Pen to Paper - A Youth Writing Workshop (Queens) | LGBT Network

    LGBT Network Queens LGBT Center

    Discover Your Creative Voice with the LGBT Network through writing prompts and interactive inspiration! This is a space for LGBTQ young adults (NOW for ages 13-24!) to come together and write their art in a supportive and inclusive environment. Creative writing pieces will be joined together in a collective book :) Metrocards and food provided for attendees PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION : M/R Trains | 36 Street Station Q101 Bus | 37th St & Northern Blvd Q66 Bus | Northern Blvd & 44th St.

  • Millennial Retro GAYmer Night (For Adults)

    LGBT Network

    Game on! Whether you like #SonicTheHedgehog or #MarioKart, come relive classic games and characters. Play on classic game systems such as the Sega Genesis, the Nintendo 64, and more! It is guaranteed to be fun night out at the LGBT Network Hauppauge Center! #GameOn #LGBTNetwork

  • Pride Empowerment Project (Youth Group)

    LGBT Network

    Be apart of a group of dedicated young leaders who want to bring change and join LGBT Network’s Pride Empowerment Project (PEP) team. Through weekly team development meetings, the PEP Team helps you build your leadership skills to help spread the PEP message of positive social, emotional, and sexual health of queer life. Ages 13-24 Meets 1st & 3rd Monday of every month at the LGBT Network Next Generation Community Center in Hauppauge, NY.

  • Youth Planning Council (Hauppauge)

    LGBT Network

    LGBT Network’s Youth Planning Council (YPC) is made up of responsible youth leaders, ages 13 – 24 who come together to decide and plan the youth programs and events at our community centers and out in the community. YPC Meetings are held Tuesday night at 7pm, at the LGBT Network Next Generation Community Center in Hauppauge. New members are always welcome! No registration required.