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Report to Governor’s Council Highlights High Prevalence of GLBT Domestic Violence and Significant Barriers to Services for GLBT Survivors

On October 1, 2013 (the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month) the Governor’s Council to Address Sexual and Domestic Violence was presented with a report that documented the disparity in prevalence and access to services for GLBT survivors in Massachusetts. GLBT sexual and domestic violence advocates hope the report will lead to increased policy prioritization […]

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Outreach/Education Internship

Length of Term: September 2013 – December 2013 OR September 2013 – May 2013 Hours Per Week: 10-20 hours/week Start Date: Immediately About Us:                     The GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project, formerly the Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project, is a grassroots non-profit organization that provides support and services to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer (GLBTQ) survivors […]

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Volunteer Orientation

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Letter from the Executive Director

Dear Friends, On June 30th, GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project will wrap up our fiscal year and we hope to connect with many of you before the year end. This past year, we have seen a steady increase in the number of survivors seeking services. To date, with the financial support from individuals like yourself, we […]

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The Spring Event

Purchase Tickets! The Spring Event is the GLBTQ DVP’s (formerly the Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project) annual cocktail reception to honor local individuals and organizations that embody GLBTQ DVP’s mission of providing support & services to GLBTQ victims & survivors of domestic violence. The Spring Event will be held on Thursday, April 11th, 2013 at the […]

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GLBT Inclusive Violence Against Women Act Passes in the U.S. House of Representatives

February 28, 2013 – Earlier today, the US House of Representatives passed a GLBT-inclusive reauthorization of  the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which provides critical funds for programs that serve survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The legislation already passed the Senate and now heads to President Obama, who has pledged to sign the bill […]

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GMDVP Announces New Name

  We are excited to formally announce our name change from the Gay Men’s Domestic  Violence Project to the GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project. In 1994, we were initially founded to provide support and services for gay male victims and survivors of domestic violence; however, by 2000, our agency expanded its focus to include bisexual men […]

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Take the Plunge | GMDVP’s 9th Annual Winter Plunge!

On Sunday, February 24th at 12 pm the Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project (GMDVP) is hosting its 9th Annual Winter Plunge! GMDVP and its supporters gather annually for the plunge into the icy Boston Harbor, in order to raise money to provide support and services to GLBTQ survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. The event raises awareness […]

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GMDVP Receives Verizon Grant for Education & Outreach Program

Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project Receives Verizon Foundation Grant for Education Outreach Program Thursday, December 6th, 2012 Stephanie Lee, Regional Director of Public Affairs, Verizon State Representative Kay Khan Curt Rogers, Executive Director, GMDVP Kevin Kealing, Board Chair, GMDVP Matt Foley, Director of Client Services, GMDVP The Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project (GMDVP) received a […]

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Halloween Party a great success!!!

Despite the impending storm on Sunday evening, GMDVP supporters braved the weather to celebrate our 15th annual Halloween Party! Hosted at The Estate Boston, the Halloween Event included a a costume contest, party, and silent auction. Attended by Batman and Robin, Austin Powers, a “Binder Full of Women”, the Gray Lady, and many sailors, the […]

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