What We Do
Providing an inclusive space for Tucson’s LGBTQIA+ professionals to network and build their businesses while simultaneously educating allies, the Tucson LGBT Chamber of Commerce (AKA “the Gaymber”) approaches advocacy for the LGBTQIA+ community through an economic lens. We believe Inclusive Business is Good Business, and because we know the LGBTQIA+ community is a vital part of America as business owners, employers, employees, and consumers, we work tirelessly to support our local LGBTQ+ and allied business community.
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Our Foundation provides scholarships and mentors for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students at the University of Arizona. We advocate for education for the LGBT community. And we are committed to helping educate the public on LGBT community issues.
Being an ally means amplifying LGBTQI+
life experiences across the diverse spectrum of our communities. This requires taking the time to listen, learn, and lend support to queer voices, especially to BIPOC queer voices who are the most marginalized.
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Upcoming Public Events
We are starting the year with a breakfast program that will reconnect you with not only the people around you but yourself as well. Join us as our Programs Crew walks us through real-life, science-backed tips and tricks of networking, plus a short 30s pitch improvement workshop. Do you have the networking impact you know your business deserves? We can help rev up your skills in time for a new year. See you there!
Support a Brighter Future
The Foundation provides scholarships and mentors for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students at the University of Arizona. We advocate for education for the LGBT community. And we are committed to helping educate the public on LGBT community issues.
One of the primary initiatives of the Tucson LGBT Chamber of Commerce Foundation is to grant scholarships to LGBT students attending the University of Arizona. Scholarships are funded through the generosity of residents and business owners in the community.