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Quincy Pride is a volunteer organization that promotes LGBTQ+ inclusive, equality, and respect through events like ‚ÄúQ Pride Day‚ÄĚ annually in the City of Quincy, MA.

Quincy Pride was created to be an organization dedicated to education and highlighting the personal rights and civil liberties of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, non-binary, and gender fluid individuals.

The Quincy Pride team hosts many events including "Q Pride Day" to raise awareness and showcase the wonderful and diverse individuals in the community around Quincy, Massachusetts.

For more information or to get involved visit or visit their (1) Quincy Pride | Facebook

The City of Quincy also has an LGBTQ Commission. The mission of the City of LGBTQ Commission is to ensure a culture of respect, safety, and equality for all LGBTQ peoples in the City of Quincy.
To learn more email lgbtqcommission@ or visit their Facebook Page (1) City of Quincy LGBTQ Commission | Facebook
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United First Parish Church, Unitarian Universalist, is a  welcoming and inclusive spiritual community in the heart of Quincy. As  the Church of the Presidents, we are inspired by our democratic heritage.

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Marriage Licenses: If you are being married in Massachusetts you may apply for a License in any city or town hall, both persons must be 18. Both persons must be present to apply (unless one person is in active military duty). The fee is $45.00 to apply for a marriage license and there is a three day waiting period for the license to be ready. Couples may obtain a court waiver to waive the three days at district court, if necessary. Visit the City of Quincy Clerk's Office for more info Quincy, MA - Home (

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