About ICC

Contact Us

Email us at indianacarescampaign@yahoo.com.

Who are we?

Indiana Cares Campaign (ICC) is a local community organization that holds meetings, has workshops, and does awareness-raising activities oriented toward promoting diversity and enhancing equality. Who’s involved:

  1. People who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and allies.
  2. Parents, grandparents, friends, neighbors, employers, co-workers, students, teachers, human service providers.
  3. People who want to work on ending homophobia and threat of harm to those who identify as gay (or are perceived to be gay).

What’s our goal?

The mission of ICC is to bring about greater awareness and understanding of sexualities in our community, to support people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender as well as their families and friends, and to draw on the best of Indiana County to become a leader in Western Pennsylvania in promoting diversity and enhancing equality.

What do we do?

We hold monthly meetings, sponsor an annual picnic, bowling parties, dances, and support other local gay-friendly groups.  We provide the community with educational information through workshops, forums, and participation in local fairs and festivals.

Why get involved?

ICC provides you with an exciting opportunity to join with others from Indiana County and surrounding communities to learn about and develop ways to support people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.

ICC is for those who want to be supportive, learn more, understand, and contribute to building caring communities in Western Pennsylvania that are supportive of people regardless of sexual orientation.

For more information, or to make a contribution:

Email us at indianacarescampaign@yahoo.com.

ICC members meet on the second Monday of each month at the Commonplace Coffee House at 5:30 PM.  Anyone interested in participating in the meetings in support of the goals of ICC is welcome to attend and participate.

“We have a strong commitment to building communities where people who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender are valued and openly respected, where families are supportive and welcome the diversity and the contributions of gay members.”
~Linda M. Cline, ICC Chair


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