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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Must one be lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ) to join the chamber?
A: Anyone who supports our mission and Code of Ethics is eligible to join.

Q: Where can I find information about the chamber's membership benefits?
A: You can find detailed Member Levels & Benefits here

Q: What if I'm not in business or a professional? Can the chamber still offer me anything?
A: Our members work in the for-profit, non-profit and public sectors representing business and professional leaders who are self-employed, business owners, CEOs, elected officials, government employees, students and retirees. Membership provides more than business networking and marketing opportunities - We offer visibility, advocacy, connection with the nonprofit community and support for the next generation of LGBTQ+ and allied leaders. Our Chamber is a thriving and diverse community.

Q: Do I have to be a member to attend programs and events?
A: Everyone is welcome to attend our programs and events, but only members may advertise in chamber publications and enjoy the benefit of significantly reduced fees to participate in events.

Q: What makes you different than other business chambers?
A: We are as much a community as we are a business chamber. Our members are loyal and steadfast in their commitment to a Code of Ethics that stands for diversity and inclusivity, providing quality services and products and a commitment to philanthropy and investing in the future through the SafeZone Utah and Utah LGBTQ+ Chamber Foundation. Most of our members say they may have joined first for business reasons but remain connected because of the sense of community the organization was founded on and is still known for today.

Q: Why is it important to use pronouns?
A: We use pronouns to talk about someone indirectly in a conversation. Words like (he/him), (she/her), (them/them), (ze/zer), etc. These words are usually in the place of a person’s name. Pronouns are important to ask and share, because it allows people to talk about themselves and others in an inclusive and affirming way.