|What is the Gay American Heroes Foundation ?
The Gay American Heroes Foundation is creating the Rainbow Memorial,
a national, traveling memorial to celebrate the lives of LGBT persons who have been murdered
because of their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
The Rainbow Memorial is the opportunity to shine a
light on our Heroes and share their stories with the
rest of America. The Memorial gives hope to the family
and friends of those LGBT people who have been
murdered in hate crimes and shows that a brighter
future is on the way.
The goal of the Gay American Heroes Foundation is
to build a traveling memorial to take to communities
throughout the USA to honor the lives of LGBT
people who have been murdered for simply being
The Rainbow Memorial also will educate the public
about LGBT hate crimes and inspire compassion and
acceptance of all people.
The Gay American Heroes Foundation reaches out to
communities as soon as possible following a LGBT,
hate crime murder.
The foundation, with the support of people like you,
gives a broader voice to the family and friends of victims
of LGBT, hate crime murders and strives to work
constructively with local officials, law enforcement, and
service organizations to provide counseling, outreach,
and education.We need your help to build the Rainbow
Please join us in this historic project. Adopt a hero and
send us your tax-deductible donation today!
All contributions are 100% tax deductible and can be
made right now by clicking here:
or mailed to the address below.
Thank you for your assistance and compassion,
Board of Directors
Gay American Heroes Foundation
1350 East Sunrise Blvd, Suite 119
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender individuals are
subject to hate crimes everyday in America. It is time to show
this reality in a way that reveals the impact of hate on our
countrys citizens and educate the public about the ever
present danger facing the LGBT community.
|Share... Connect... Inspire...
|Honoring all LGBT persons who have been murdered because of their sexual orientation and gender identity.
To honor and remember LGBT victims of
To engage and inform the public about hate
crimes against LGBT persons.
To inspire compassion and greater
appreciation and acceptance of diversity.