Other Ways to Give

Anniversary Circle

When you make a gift of $1,500 or more, you become a member of NCLR’s Anniversary Circle of major donors— an extraordinary group of leaders whose generous support is the cornerstone of funding for NCLR’s critical work. Read more

Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)

If you are a Federal Employee, you may select NCLR as your designated charity. We are listed as “National Center for Lesbian Rights” and our charity code is 11318.

Estate & Planned Giving

Give with the greatest impact, in the easiest way: become a member of the Friebe Legacy Circle by including the National Center for Lesbian Rights in your estate plans. Read more

Gifts of Stock & Mutual Funds

There are a number of ways to support the National Center for Lesbian Rights and the movement for LGBT equality.

If you own stock or mutual funds, it may be more tax-wise to contribute these shares than cash. This is because a gift of appreciated stock or mutual funds generally provides you a two-fold tax advantage. First, you avoid paying capital gains tax on the increase in the value of the stock or mutual funds. Second, you receive a federal income tax deduction for the full fair market value of the stock or mutual funds at the time of the gift. Read more


With an annual gift, you will become a member of the National Center for Lesbian Rights—gaining access to a number of great resources from our incredibly talented team, including analyses on key issues that affect you and your loved ones. Read more

Sustainer Fund

A pledge program that allows you to contribute a small amount each month while making a long-term investment in winning civil and human rights for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families. Read more

Wedding Gifts

Getting married or know someone who is? Why not celebrate their love and marriage by giving a gift to NCLR in their honor. Read more

Workplace giving

Many workplaces offer not only the opportunity to make charitable donations, but incentives, such as matching gifts to encourage participation. Speak to your human resources representative to get more information about what your organization is doing to promote philanthropy in your community. Read more