LGBTQ Conferences for year 2020 that LGBTQ Support and Social Group USA
will attending there will be a conference in Albany New York and we will be talking at it called NELGBTC.

All Conference List here we when to and more be add each day.

If you like to donates money for the group or board member to go to the conferences in 

2020 please make a donate thank you

The mission of our organization is to promote acceptance, inclusion, and

understanding of those in the LGBTQ community, as well as to educate and

support those who identify themselves as LGBTQ.  We do this through the

monthly meetings that are open to all with guest speakers, educational literature,

movie, board game and video game nights and attending conventions.  

A donation of any size is very much appreciated.

 Thank you for your consideration this matter.

It all starts with who sits around the board table. A board that is thoughtful, intentional, and strategic is well positioned to address whatever lies ahead. Are you struggling to engage your board in effective board fundraising? Does the board mire itself in operational details rather than courageously addressing key opportunities, challenges, and risks facing the organization? Does your board need coaching to share a powerful mission message with your community?

The first step in addressing whatever ails your board is to rethink your ideal board composition as you look forward. This highly interactive session will help you think differently about:

  • the board member lifecycle
  • the importance of identification and cultivation in the recruitment process
  • how and where to find potential board candidates
  • how to integrate diversity in board development
  • how to develop a great orientation for new board members
  • how to cultivate a pipeline of leaders within the board

Grunin Foundation’s Catapult InstituteWorkshop Icon
Strategically Building Your Board of Tomorrow

Date: Friday, February 28, 2020 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

PresentorSusan S. Meier, Principal, Meier and Associates

Location: Sheraton Eatontown ● 6 Industrial Way East, Eatontown, NJ 07724
Cost: $20 (includes breakfast, lunch, workshop, and follow-up booster session with breakfast)


Chosen by Forbes as one of the must-attend nonprofit conferences, Cause Camp draws in the best of the best when it comes to nonprofit thought leaders. And we wouldn’t dare make you choose one speaker over another. We’re proud to put on a one-track, complete conference so you’re not missing out on anyone or anything. Cause Camp doesn’t employ your typical breakout sessions, either. Attendees get the opportunity to chat with industry experts in our Meet the Experts Room, participate in meditation and yoga sessions, attend workshops and take tours of local facilities. Attendees have ample time to take in the full Cause Camp experience and interact with fellow do-gooders, speakers, staff and exhibitors. Everyone who attends the conference is there to work with you to solve real issues facing your organization, from trivial to complex. Pretty good bang for your buck, huh? 

Cause Camp is an immersive
boutique conference, dedicated
to teaching nonprofits to hone
their skills and welcome change

We do things a little different at Cause Camp. Instead of lecturing you for hours on end, we aim to inspire and educate, sending you back to your organization with a full list of action items to start making a difference upon arrival. Spark, meet flame—your passion is about to be reignited.
Cause Camp 2020 presented by Nonprofit Hub.


Cause Marketing Boot Camp

Cause marketer Lindsay LaShell will lead you through a series
of strategy and planning exercises, leaving you with an
achievable marketing plan to take back to your organization.
Full-day workshop, scheduled for the day after Cause Camp. 

April 22, 2020  |  8:30am-4:30pm  |

 The Foundry, Lincoln, NE


April 24, 2020—April 26, 2020
University at Albany–SUNY
1400 Washington Ave
Albany, NY 12222
LGBTQ Support and Social Group USA will be
talking at the conference at NELGBTQ 

                                                                        LGBTQ-Inclusive Curriculum Conference

Garden State Equality in partnership with Make It Better for Youth will present the LGBTQ-Inclusive Curriculum Conference to promote safety, inclusion, and best practices regarding LGBTQ-specific topics in education. The conference will provide a comprehensive opportunity for educators, administrators, and community members to build awareness and cultural competency in schools, as well as learn of emerging practices and gather resources from leading experts in the field.

                                                                          Details will be announced in the future. Stay tuned for more information.

                                                                                                                                 May 02, 2020 at 9am – 4pm

                                                                                                                                         Monmouth University

                                                                                                                                                  400 Cedar Ave 

                                                                                                                                West Long Branch, NJ 07764  Google map and direction

Past Conference  in 2020

The Creating Change Conference, run by the National LGBTQ Task Force,

 is the foremost political, leadership, and skills-building conference for the 

LGBTQ social justice movement. Since 1988, Creating Change has created 

opportunities for many thousands of committed people to develop and hone 

their activist skills, build community, and inspire.

The primary goal of the Creating Change Conference is to build the 

LGBTQ movement’s political power from the ground up to secure our overarching 

goal of full freedom, justice, and equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender,

 and queer people in the United States.

Thousands of LGBTQ and allied activists will gather in Dallas, Texas for the 32nd Creating Change Conference from Wednesday, January 15 through Sunday, January 19 at the Sheraton Dallas.

The program for the conference is currently being planned, but please refer to the 2019 Program Book available on this site to learn more. The 32nd Creating Change Conference will offer nearly 300 workshop and caucus sessions, 20 day long institutes, 3 plenary and keynote sessions, and evening events including dances, films and games!

  • Highlighting the power and positive impact of New Jersey non-profits – strength in unity!
  • Valuable breakout sessions covering advocacy, marketing, team-building, leadership, non-profit trends, and more
  • Insight and creativity sharing among diverse leaders and champions of non-profits
  • Exploring dynamic partnerships and collective action
  • Ideas to energize and inspire
  • Networking, Networking, Networking!

Attendees loved their experience at the 

Conference, in their own words:

 “Exceeded my expectations. Extremely well run. So grateful to be a part of it.”
 “Great opportunity to network. Great sessions. Very well organized.”
 “Excellent experience and very good networking opportunities.
Particularly appreciate the non-profit focus for the vendors and
got a lot of value from being able to meet and discuss issues with
 others from the nonprofit sector in the state.”
 “Most useful conference I’ve been to in years. Timely and applicable topics.”

 …and 98% said they would recommend the 

New Jersey Non-Profit Conference to others!