“We want to help HRC ensure a future of full equality for all LGBTQ people in this country and worldwide, and to secure our progress for future generations.”

– Marilyn McConnell & Jody Gates, Equality Circle Members

“We want to help HRC ensure a future of full equality for all LGBTQ people in this country and worldwide, and to secure our progress for future generations.”

– Marilyn McConnell & Jody Gates, Equality Circle Members

What Will Your Legacy Be?

Your support of HRC reflects your values – values of justice, equality, and compassion. A gift left to HRC in your will or trust or by beneficiary designation is a way to ensure your values live on for future generations. Your commitment to a future of equality and fairness for all can be your lasting legacy.

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Why Give to HRC?

HRC needs your long-term support as we continue to lead the fight in Washington, in states, in houses of worship, in schools, in cities and towns across the country and around the globe for full equality for everyone, everywhere. As long as even one LGBTQ person faces anything less than full equality, our work remains undone. With your enduring support through a gift in your will or trust or by beneficiary designation, we will prevail.

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