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Gay City Health Project

Gay City: Seattles LGBTQ Center, formerly known as Gay City Health Project, is a 5013 multicultural LGBTQ nonprofit organization based in Seattle, Washington. Gay City formed in 1995 at the heights of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. In the mid-2000s, Gay City introduced a Wellness Center that provided HIV testing and STI screening. The health services expanded in 2019 to five locations: Out of the Closet Thrift Stores, Steamworks Baths, Club Z, and U.T.O.P.I.A. In 2007, Gay City served as a research partner for the Seattle branch of the HIV Vaccine Trials Network. The LGBTQ library was formerly hel ...

Gay Men's Health Crisis

The GMHC is a New York City–based non-profit, volunteer-supported and community-based AIDS service organization whose mission statement is "end the AIDS epidemic and uplift the lives of all affected."


GMFA is a British health promotion charitable project that campaigns to improve gay men’s health. Its core interventions tackle issues including HIV, AIDS and other areas of sexual health. GMFA is part of LGBT HERO, the health equality and rights organisation for LGBTQ+ people.

Movember Foundation

The Movember Foundation is the charity that promotes mens health. The charity hosts an annual Movember campaign in which people raise funds and awareness for mens health issues through peer-to-peer fundraising on Movember.com. Using the moustache as the driving symbol of the movement, Movember focuses on the three key areas of prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health & suicide prevention. Since inception, the Movember Foundation has raised $837 million and funded over 1.200 projects in more than 20 countries.

Parsemus Foundation

The Parsemus Foundation is an American non-governmental organization whose stated objective is to advance low-cost evidence-based medicines not pursued by the pharmaceutical industry. The foundation’s focus is on supporting small proof-of-concept studies and then pursuing press coverage of the results, so that the advances change treatment practice rather than disappearing into the scientific literature. Many of the studies supported involve low-cost approaches that are not under patent.