Have A Gay Day is dedicated to the memory of Jamey Rodemeyer.
Out of the darkness walk for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in the memory of Jamey.
How it all started
Have A Gay Day started it’s social media presence February 25th 2012. The founder of the organization had created a memorial page for Jamey Rodemeyer and had noticed that people were just sharing bullying and suicide content not so much for a help to the community but to gain likes, and shares from tragic events.
Have A Gay Day was a play on words and was created in the hopes of providing that safe space online to those that needed it . This thought lives on today as Have A Gay Day became a non-profit charity organization through our mission and the work that we do in the community.
Our Social Media Presence
Have A Gay Day started it’s journey on Facebook. Now you can find Have A Gay Day on Facebook, tumblr, instagram, twitter, and Meetup. We are always growing, learning, and expanding. Thank you for being a part of our journey.
Our organization paperwork
Fun fact: Did you know the Have A Gay Day logo was designed by someone originally in Piqua Ohio but the current design was from an artist in Israel? Ruth Selwyn was the original artist behind the current logo.