Website Refresh

7/22/22– JPride Baltimore is pleased to announce its refreshed website. JPride Baltimore funds safe spaces and equality for the LGBTQ+ Jewish Baltimore metro area, through support, education and advocacy.  A charitable depository with a donor advised fund with the Associated, our advisory board is chaired by Justin Fair and Liz Minkin-Friedman with an advisory board of 15 experienced community lay … Read More

JPride’s Adam Landy in JMore

Adam Landy

From the article: It’s been more than four months since JPride Baltimore — formerly known as JQ Baltimore — celebrated its relaunch. JPride is Jewish Baltimore’s LGBTQ outreach, education and support organization. Adam Landy, 29, has been actively involved with the group’s renaissance and relaunch. When he’s not involved with JPride activities, Landy, a Rochester, N.Y., native who resides in the Remington area, … Read More

Mindy Dickler & JPride Mentioned in Baltimore Jewish Times Article about Eshel

From the article: “When her son came out of the closet, Baltimore resident Mindy Dickler felt as though she had been put into the closet. “‘I didn’t know any other families with children who were gay,’ Dickler said. ‘It’s very isolating, especially in the Orthodox community. You feel like you’re the only one. But it shouldn’t be a secret. Fortunately, … Read More

JPride Board Member, Brian Hertz, Featured in JMORE

From the article: “When he attended JQ Baltimore’s annual Passover seder last year, Brian Hertz wasn’t intending to become one of the organization’s most dedicated volunteers. “Founded in June of 2013 and now known as JPride Baltimore, the organization provides outreach, education and support to the Jewish LGBTQ community. “‘I was kind of dragged to the LGBTQ seder by a … Read More

JPride Baltimore’s Relaunch Party Story in The Jewish Times

JPride Rebranding Launch

From the article: “At a relaunch party at the Jewish Museum of Maryland on Nov. 3, the LGBTQ organization JQ Baltimore announced that its new name is JPride Baltimore, and unveiled a new rainbow-colored logo to go with it. “According to co-founder and board member Mindy Dickler, an Orthodox mother of a gay son, although ‘JQ’ has served the group … Read More