Lesbian Gay Bi Transgender Community Center of Metropolitan St. Louis
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The Lesbian Gay Bi Transgender Community Center of Metropolitan St. Louis is a community organization serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and ally community of St. Louis, Missouri.
The organization was formed in early 2005 after the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force held its 2004 annual Creating Change Conference in St. Louis, when the local co-chairs of the committee convened a meeting to establish the needs of the St. Louis LBGT community. The meeting established the need for a community center, and a committee to create the center was formed and developed as The Lesbian Gay Bi Transgender Community Center of Metropolitan St. Louis.
Building Plans and Services
The organization currently has a facility which it is using as a community center. The facility contains an emerging multimedia library, meeting rooms, and a lounge. The location was created "in an effort to create a safe and supportive as well as positive environment for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) community in the metropolitan St. Louis area." The organization has outlined plans to serve the LGBT community through conversation groups, workshops, networking sessions, projects, and events.
Currently, the organization distributes a monthly newsletter to readers who subscribe via its website.
The organization has both federal, 501(c)3, and state (Missouri) tax-exemption as a corporation.
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The Lesbian Gay Bi Transgender Community Center of Metropolitan St. Louis (organization website) 
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