Organizations We Support

Circle Surrogacy believes in helping couples and individuals build the families they deserve. Bringing together intended parents, surrogates, and egg donors, we strive to achieve a world in which infertility and sexual orientation are no longer barriers to that dream. At the same time, we know that our role in helping to create families through surrogacy is only the first step. Families created through surrogacy and egg donation need to be supported. Children of LGBT parents need to be protected. And discrimination against both needs to be eliminated. We are proud to support and promote our friends on this website who are working to educate, support, and protect the rights of families.

A beacon of hope for 28 years, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center builds and supports our community through arts and culture, wellness and recovery, HIV/AIDS services, family services and life-saving youth programs designed to foster healthy development in a safe, affirming environment.

PVED’s mission is to educate, support, and empower families and individuals at any stage of the process who choose to use egg donation to build a family.

New England’s leading legal rights organization dedicated to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation, HIV status and gender identity and expression.

A Family Equality Council connects, supports, and represents the one million parents in this country who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, and the two million children they are raising. We are a community of parents and children, grandparents and grandchildren that reaches across this country.

RESOLVE, The National Infertility Association, established in 1974, is dedicated to ensuring that all people challenged in their family building journey reach resolution through being empowered by knowledge, supported by community, united by advocacy, and inspired to act.

RESOLVE New England understands very personally the complexities of the infertility journey. Their personal connections to infertility drive their organization’s commitment to providing infertility patients with support, education and advocacy. As a trusted, unbiased leader in the New England infertility community, they support the professional development and comprehensive networking of infertility and adoption professionals within the region.

Men Having Babies, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that was spun off in July 2012 from a program that ran at the NYC LGBT Center since 2005. It started as a peer support network for biological gay fathers and fathers-to-be, offering monthly workshops and an annual seminar. Over time, elaborate online resources were developed, the group’s mailing list expanded to about 2000 couples and singles from around the world, and it teamed up with LGBT family associations to develop similar programs in Chicago, San Francisco, LA, Barcelona, Tel Aviv and Brussels.

The Association des Familles Homoparentales (ADFH) is a French nonprofit association with the purpose of defining the moral and material interests of same-sex families. It is a center of expertise and research on LGBT parenting and protects the rights of same-sex families against prejudice and discrimination.