CenterLink, the national organization for LGBT community centers, and the Movement Advancement Project have released a new report detailing the strength, health and challenges of LGBT centers across the nation.

The report is an interesting look into center operations, structures, revenue, budgeting and more. Unfortunately, the report doesn’t include any data from North Carolina’s two centers. The Lesbian & Gay Community Center of Charlotte and the LGBT Center of Raleigh didn’t participate. Columbia’s Harriet Hancock Community Center, however, did participate in the survey.

Click here to read/download the report.

Matt Comer

Matt Comer previously served as editor from October 2007 through August 2015 and as a staff writer afterward in 2016.

3 replies on “New report sheds light on LGBT center operations”

  1. Why the lack of transparency with the Community Center here in Charlotte?

    It seems that ever since they had those bad financial problems a few years ago little information about the Center’s health, financial or otherwise, has been made public. Why? What are they hiding?

    Why has Q-Notes not pursued this?

    I will not support the Center, financially or otherwise, until more is known about their finances, management, etc.

  2. To Fred: Why is this information not publicized on the Center’s website or to the mailing list? Why do we have to find out through Q-notes?

    Why is the Center so secretive about everything?

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