Anchorage has some great local resources for GLBT arts, culture, and social services. The following list should help you get started. Is there something we're missing? Let us know by emailing Identity at
An Ally’s Guide to Issues Facing LGBT Americans. Identity thanks MAP, HRC, Log Cabin Republicans, National Stonewall Democrats, and Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund and Institute, for their work in providing this great resource for our friends. It can be reviewed and downloaded at
GLBT News and Events with a Local Alaskan Bent.
Imperial Court of All Alaska
The Imperial Court of All Alaska, ICOAA, has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars, perhaps more than a million through participation at fundraising events, benefits, titleholder Balls and functions. These dollars are used for scholarships or are immediatly turned back to gay, lesbian or community wide nonprofit groups for their use.
Alaska Gay Discussion
Alaska Gay Discussion is here to offer a forum for the gay community from around the state as well as gay "mis-placed" Alaskans living Outside to discuss important issues relevant to our lives.
(You have to sign into google first)
The Anchorage MPowerment Project (AMP) is a group dedicated to empowering young gay, bi, curious guys by getting involved with and building a better community for themselves and their friends in Anchorage.
This group is not active though the Facebook page still exists
Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association (The 4 A's)
An AIDS Service Organization (ASO) for the state of Alaska based in Anchorage, Alaska. We provide case management services, housing services, and emergency food supplies. We also engage in a number of prevention and education activities.
Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and friends, through: support, education, and advocacy.
and other chapters at PFLAG Links.
A weekly email listing of news and events in the Anchorage women's community.
Alaska's gay entertainment complex... more than just a bar.
Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
An open and accepting church in Anchorage.
University of Alaska, Anchorage
Contact Name: Mark Essert
Meeting Time and Place: Fridays from 7-9:30 p.m. in the Lyla Richards Conference Room in the Studen Union at UAA.
Club Purpose: The family exists to promote awareness of the issues confronting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning and Ally students, faculty, and staff of U.A.A. and the community at large. It is primarily a safe meeting place and social organization, but it also provides information and education, support and referral, and engages in political action, lobbying and social reform. Membership is open to all sexual orientations and gender identities.
UAF Gay-Straight Alliance
Calendar, resources, and links.
Interior AIDS Association (IAA) Fairbanks
IAA'S mission is to reduce the spread of HIV by providing
meaningful and effective education and prevention services to individuals and groups who may be at increased risk; and to improve the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Rainbow Wedding Network
Since 2000, your online wedding resource. Nationwide directory of GLBTQ friendly professionals. Your Ceremony, Your Style!
Southeast Alaska Gay & Lesbian Alliance (SEAGLA)
A non-profit organization that works to provide a supporting social network for gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people in Southeast Alaska.
The Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) is the largest national organization that brings together teachers, parents, students, and concerned citizens to work together for our public schools to end discrimination, harassment and violence that is based on perceived sexual orientation.