Advertising in the Gala Journal and Pride Guide is a great way to connect with a community eager to support the businesses that support the Center. To purchase your ad, scroll down to the form at the end of the page.

Ad purchases totaling $150 or more include a FREE one-year listing (a $100 value) in our LGBTQ-Friendly Business Directory, which receives hundreds of hits each month.

Digital Pride Guide

This year the Digital Pride Guide will be an online resource throughout the month of June! See more details below as you fill out the form.
LGBTQ Pride logoThe Hudson Valley Pride Guide is a great opportunity for local businesses and agencies to show strong support for their LGBTQ clients each June during the Hudson Valley Pride March and Festival.

Filled with listings for affirming business, from banks and B&Bs to construction and caterers, the Digital Pride Guide is online through December 2016!

The Gala Journal

gala logo touch upOur Gala Journal is beautifully produced on high quality, full color, glossy stock each March for our Annual Spring Gala. You can be sure of polished, elegant representation as you promote your business.

Advertisers in the Gala Journal reach business and community supporters from across the Hudson Valley; and of course, the event’s 300 annual attendees — many of whom are influential opinion-makers in the Hudson Valley’s LGBTQ and general communities.

To Place Your Ad…

To place an ad in the Gala Journal or the Pride Guide, contact Alyssa Tullin at a.tullin@lgbtqcenter.org or call her at (845) 331-5300.

Advertise in Our Business Directory

Our Business Directory provides an opportunity for regional businesses to connect with customers. To get listed, contact us at 845-331-5300 or info@lgbtqcenter.org.


The LGBTQ Community Center is a tax-exempt, 501c3 organization. All proceeds will be used to further the vital programs and services that we provide to LGBTQ individuals and families. We are your neighbors and customers. Together, we can build a safer and healthier future for all people in the Hudson Valley.