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50 and Forward

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Growing Future Leaders

This fund will help us identify, mentor, and train future leaders so that DignityUSA can remain vibrant for generations to come.


Witnessing to the World

DignityUSA has been a leader at the Global Network of Rainbow Catholics, a witness at World Youth Day, and a voice of conscience at the World Meeting of Families. Contributions to this fund allow us to welcome our international colleagues to Chicago this summer, to continue this witness at events around the world, and to continue growing our international movement.


Growing Our Capacity

DignityUSA does great work, but we know there is so much more we can do to advance our mission and serve our members. Contributions to this fund will allow us to create new programs, strengthen existing ones and hire the best people to lead those efforts.


Preserving Our History

This fund supports the work of preserving important moments and people on video, on audio, and through documents from our fifty years to preserve our history for future generations.

DignityUSA is proud to announce, as part of our 50th anniversary celebration, our $5-50-500-5000 Campaign! Since 1969, DignityUSA has been a voice of affirmation, advocacy, and pride for LGBTQI Catholics and allies within our Church and in society, confronting harmful messages within our Church about LGBTQI people. Whether providing support to church employees locally, or sending young adults to World Youth Day in Panama to be a voice on the world stage, we are building bridges and leading others to a future of faith and hope.

We ask you to consider a financial pledge to support one of these initiatives that will make our future sustainable, or to help underwrite ongoing programming. Whether you are able to give $5 or $5,000, your gift brings the mission of DignityUSA to life. Thank you for being a partner and friend in the important work of lifting up the wholeness and holiness of LGBTQI Catholics.

You can read the introduction letter here.