252 Bryant Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605

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The LOFT serves over 7,000 individuals annually through their Programs, Services, and groups. The LOFT fulfills their mission daily by providing the following programs and serviceGroups: LGBTQ Mental Health & Wellness Group, Trans Support Group, Young Adult Transgender, Gender Non-conforming, and Non-binary (TGNCNB) Support Group, One Voice- HIV/AIDs Support Groups, Mens Discussion & Activity Group, Silver Connections 55+ Open House Luncheons, Silver Connections Peer Support Group, Lesbian Social Network, 20-Something Group, Bisexual Discussion & Activity Group, LGBT People of Color Peer Support Group, LOFT Families, Spirituality Group, Latinx Peer Support Group-Westchester,Tu Ambiente!, ACES Westchester, Grief and Loss Group, and The Rainbow Clubhouse, a group for families of young, gender expansive children up to age 12. The group features a support group for parents/guardians, and a structured play group for children. In addition to the many support groups, The LOFT also offers creative expression and learning groups such as Artists LOFT, Writers Workshop, Film Friday and the Pride Chorus. Additionally The LOFT hosts the following groups: Center Lanes TransParentcy Group, PFLAG Westchester, AA, Al-Anon, and CMA.Programs and Services:The LOFT Helpline, Rebuilding Rainbows-The LOFT LGBT Intimate Partner Violence Services, TransMission assistance program , In Support Job-Seeking Assistance, Free HIV/STD Testing by HVCS, Pro-Bono Name Change Project, Pride in Politics-LGBT Issue Educational Forums, Memorial Thrift Shop, The LOFTs Annual Westchester PRIDE Festival, The LOFTs Annual Hudson Valley Trans-Forum, The LOFT Library, David Bohnett Cyber Center, Technology Tutoring, LOFT EDU Adult education courses for the LGBTQ community, Sex Positive Workshops, and Cultural Competency Trainings provided to Service Providers, Local Businesses, Law Enforcement and Government entities. In 2019, The LOFT introduced PROUDWST Me, a Hudson Valley regional health program designed to empower transgender, gender non-conforming and non-binary people of color.NOTE 3 - PROGRAMS AND SERVICES- ContinuedEvents and Social Activities:Westchester Pride (FKA LOFT Pride), SpringFest, Holiday Brunch, Veg OUT-Vegan Pot-Luck, OUT Walking, Annual Fire Island Senior Trip, Gaymes Night, OUT at the Movies, OUT at the Theatre, Entertainment at Eight, OUT Kayaking, The LOFT Book Club, LGBTQ Knitting Circle, Concerts, Art Shows and Theatre productions. The LOFT hosts, sponsors or is a primary participant in the following coalitions, networks, councils or annual events:NYS LGBT Health & Human Services Network, Westchester AIDS Council, NYS LGBTQ Intimate Partner Violence Network, NYSCADV Lower Hudson Regional, Center Link- National Organization of LGBT Centers, White Plains Community Affairs Council, LGBT Subcommittee for the Hudson Valley region Ending the Epidemic campaign Co-Chair, The LGBT Expo, Westchester County Older Driver Event, Arts Westchester member, Non-Profit Westchester member, Westchester County Salute To Seniors, Business Council of Westchester member, Pride Works LGBTQ Youth Conference, Unity Through Diversity National LGBTQ POC Conference, New York State LGBTQ -ED-Congress, Equality New York Advocacy Day, Rise-Out NY, and the Center Action Network.The LOFT proudly partners with:Center Lane and GLSEN to provide LGBT services to youth. Hudson River Health Care, Westchester Medical Center, Hudson Valley Community Services, Phelps Hospital-Northwell Health, New York-Presbyterian Westchester Behavioral Health Center, and Westchester County Department of Health to provide health education and services. WC DSS for on-site work experience training. LGBTQ Centers from across the nation to advocate for LGBTQ rights. The LOFT also partners with local law enforcement, educational institutes and local business to promote diversity, Inclusion, and cultural competency.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Judy TroiloExecutive Dir.40$77,430
John BakerINTERIM ED35$17,308
Bernard GaleanoDirector1$0
Shary SanchezDirector1$0
Vincent FieldsDirector1$0
Lloyd MascarenhasDirector1$0
Jason ReinDirector1$0
Doris DavisDirector1$0
Selwyn WaltersPresident5$0
Robert MayettaSecretary5$0
Christopher MitchellDirector1$0
Tony ArrienDirector1$0
Nicholas ZulloTreasurer5$0
Peter McnameeDirector1$0
Jeff Gurkin-YoungDirector1$0
Kira BardenVice President5$0

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