LGBTQ-Owned Businesses of Fort Collins
By nature, the LQBTQ+ community is inclusive. According to the Center for LQBTQ Economic Advancement and Research, LQBTQ-Owned businesses are also 34% majority-owned by women, and 21% majority-owned by immigrants.
Fort Collins is home to some incredible LGBTQ-owned businesses who love their city and their community. Supporting these businesses is a great way to support the broader spectrum of businesses in our community.
For Fort Collins exists to support our LGBTQ-owned businesses and aims to see them prosper. Artsy greetings, fresh pastries, and video game nostalgia are just a few of the offerings of these local businesses. Read their stories and learn more about how the LGBTQ community is making Fort Collins a more beautiful place.
In our holiday business spotlight, explore Full Expression Dance Collective—a community dedicated to contemporary dance, prioritizing safety and equity for every performer in an inclusive space.
We’re celebrating Pride Month by highlighting PAGEFIFTYFIVE, a LGBTQ+-owned greeting card, stationery & paper goods company. Read our interview with Owner and Illustrator Melissa Mika as she shares her passion for books, art, and social justice.
June is Pride Month and we want to give LGBTQ+ business owners the opportunity to share their story as a business owner and as a member of the LGBTQ+ community. Read our interview with Megan Barghols, owner of FoCo DoCo.
To celebrate Pride Month we want to give LGBTQIA+ business owners the opportunity to share their story as a business owner and as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community. Hear the story of Kim Jones, owner of Pinball Jones.