LGBTQ+ Center Honolulu


The LGBTQ+ Center Honolulu is a gathering place for Hawaii’s LGBTQ+ community: hosting meetings, educational programs, trainings, film screenings, talk story events and more. It has become the “brick and mortar” home for more than a dozen of our most dedicated and diverse social, cultural and advocacy groups.

The Center is open by appointment, and available free of charge to any non-profit organization serving LGBTQ+ people. It is located at 310 Paoakalani Avenue, Suite 206E, on the campus of the Waikiki Community Center. There are limited parking spaces available at The Center, and there is ample parking in the Honolulu Zoo lot, an easy two block walk away.

If you would like to make a reservation to use The LGBTQ+ Center Honolulu:

• Click here to review our online FAQ; especially if this is your first time at The Center.

• Check the calendar below for availability.

• Click here to make a reservation online.

• Click here to visit The Center on Facebook.

Organizations that have utilized The LGBTQ+ Center Honolulu’s facilities include: • 2020 Census Complete Count Committee • Aikane Investments • Aloha Bears • Edward Jones • Equality Hawaii • Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network • Gay Men’s Chorus of Honolulu • Hawaii Coalition Against Sexual Assault • Hawaii Gay Flag Football League • Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation • Hawaii Rainbow Chamber of Commerce • Hew and Bordenave, LLP • Honolulu Gay & Lesbian Cultural Foundation / Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival • Honolulu Pride™ Parade and Festival • Honolulu Women’s Chorus • Imperial Court of Hawai’i • Kumu Hina Project • Lima Kokua • Mike Enders’ This Town • NQAPIA (National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance) • OutServe Hawaii • Sa’Ke Film Group • Self Evident Truths Project / We Are You • US Department of Justice Community Relations Service

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For more information about The LGBTQ+ Center Honolulu, or about an existing reservation, please email LGBTcenter@hawaiilgbtlegacy.com.

 


 

Photo credits: from top to bottom, eXpression! Magazine, The LGBTQ+ Center Honolulu