P.O. Box 976
Edinboro, PA 16412
(814) 245-1375

Pennsylvania Equality Project 

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Serving the LGBTQ+ Community of PA since 2011!
Open Hearts Open Doors!

Our Mission Statement

The Pennsylvania Equality Project (PEP) seeks to end legal discrimination based on real or perceived sexual and gender identity, while maintaining marriage equality. Furthermore PEP also seeks to end maltreatment against people within the LGBTQIA community. PEP firmly opposes the practice of "conversion therapy" and seeks to have the practice prohibited in Pennsylvania. PEP's goal is to raise awareness of our demand for equal treatment under the law for all Pennsylvanians regardless of ethnic heritage, sexual and/or gender identity, age, or race, and take any appropriate actions toward that goal.

Pennsylvania Equality Project in Action

Becoming 501c3 Non-Profit

Pennsylvania Equality Project Inc. (PEP) is recognized as a nonprofit organization in Pennsylvania. On June 15, 2018, we took the next steps toward becoming a registered 501c3; we held our organizational and first annual board meeting. Our Board of Directors and the Chairs of our Standing Committees are listed on our About Us page. A link to the PEP Bylaws is posted on this page. To date the committees include: Housing and Education, Youth, Military and Veterans Affairs, Transgender, and Elder Needs. If you are interested in serving on a standing committee, please complete the form on our Volunteers page. We will accept applications for committees on a rolling basis.

Poll Numbers

The raw results: 535 Yes, 39 No

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Welcome to the new home of the Pennsylvania Equality Project. We are working to secure equality and fairness for the LGBTQ population and other minorities in Pennsylvania.

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Last week's survey question

Each week, we ask survey questions on Facebook. Here, you will find the results of the previous week's survey.

Question: Should public schools in Pennsylvania fly the Pride Flag for one week in June as a sign of solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community?