Are you passionate about the LGBTQI community?  Put your passion into motion by helping us with a gift of your time, talents or resources. 

Donate Your Time and Talents: Volunteers help us do more than we could ever do alone. We welcome inquiries for volunteer and intern positions.  Contact Chad Mosher, Program Coordinator at (520) 202-1832 to talk about current opportunities.

Donate Resources:  Your financial and in-kind donations can help Living Out Loud be even better!  Our funding covers many important elements of care, but your financial donation can help our clients by

  • Helping cover the cost of co-payments or out-of-pocket expenses. 
  • Helping bring in professionals in alternative treatments that aren’t covered by many insurances, like acupuncture, massage, yoga, fitness classes, etc.
  • Helping us purchase refreshments for clients who are coming in to get out of the Arizona heat.
  • Helping us buy supplies for support and skills groups.

All donations are tax-deductible to the furthest extent of the law. Please consult your tax advisor regarding your gift and the dollar-for-dollar tax credit you may receive because Living Out Loud helps the working poor. Learn more by clicking the image below.

Click here to donate online now. Or, send a check to

Living Out Loud

c/o CODAC – Development

1650 E. Ft. Lowell Road, Suite 202

Tucson, AZ 85719

Is there a specific way you would like to support the LGBTQ community? Contact Chad Mosher, Program Coordinator, at (520) 202-1832 to share your ideas and make it happen! 

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