Our Programs and Services

Our public outreach and education efforts are tailored for and offered in the community, professional, K-12 educational, and faith-based settings. Past audiences include Moraine Park Technical College, the Fond du Lac School System, and First Methodist Church of Appleton.

Web-Based Resources

Our website includes an online clearinghouse of local, state, and national resources, references, and hotlines available at all times in a confidential, virtual space. Resource examples include domestic abuse/intimate partner violence, LGBTQ+ student groups, sexual assault prevention and response, support groups, transgender-specific resources, links to national advocacy and education groups, and local welcoming faith congregations. All topics are regularly updated for accuracy and searchable by category.

Community Blog

We recently added a community blog feature to our website, where vetted guest writers will have space to submit their personal accounts of coming out, transitioning, experiences in the academic or professional spheres, the importance of family and peer support, and the impact of our programs and events on their quality of life.

Make a Donation

Your tax-deductible donations support our work to provide public advocacy, education, outreach, and community-building events. Online donations can be made by clicking the link below and can be scheduled to recur throughout the year. 

Donations by check can be made out to Fond du Lac Pride Alliance and mailed to 101 E 9th Street, Fond du Lac, WI 54935.

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Our public education programs address the concepts of and differences between

biological sex/sex assigned at birth, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation,

and types of attraction, as well as how all of these components combine and contribute to

every individual’s unique self. These sessions help debunk common myths, stereotypes, and misconceptions. The program also suggests a mindset shift away from “politically correct” and toward a proactive, empathetic “Personally Considerate” approach. Participants are asked to consider the differing realities between cisgender, heterosexual individuals and the LGBTQ+ community, and learn how to turn “Ally” from a noun into a verb.