The Pittsburgh/Greater Allegheny LGBT+ Chamber of Commerce

Advancing Diversity, Inclusion & Growth




oPEN TO aLL CAMPAIGN


What Is OPEN TO ALL?
Open to All is the nationwide public engagement campaign
to build awareness and understanding about the importance
of protecting people from discrimination—and to defend the
bedrock principle that when businesses open their doors to
the public, they should be Open to All.

What Is the OPEN TO ALL Business Pledge?
Businesses that take the pledge and join Open to All are taking
a stand for basic American values of fairness and equality. The
pledge is simple. Open to All Businesses pledge to:
• Maintain a welcoming and safe environment for people —
including employees, visitors, customers, vendors and
clients — regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, sex,
sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion
or disability.

• Not discriminate against any individuals or deny them goods
or services based on any of these characteristics, and to
provide goods and services to everyone on the same terms.
Businesses that sign the pledge will be listed as Business
Supporters on OpenToAll.com. Participating businesses can
also show their support by displaying the Open to All sign in
a storefront window or in a place visible to customers—and
those with a Yelp page can activate the new “Open to All”
attribute. Visit Business.OpenToAll.com to learn more.


What Is the OPEN TO ALL Coalition
The Open to All coalition consists of more than 175 civil rights
and racial justice organizations; lesbian, gay, bisexual and
transgender (LGBT) organizations and community centers;
health advocates, disability advocates and faith organizations;
and other groups working to protect and strengthen our nation’s
nondiscrimination protections and defend the principle that when
a business opens its doors to the public, it should be open to all
and not discriminate. Visit www.OpenToAll.com/supporters for a
full list of supporters.  Among the Open to All coalition members are:
  • Asian Americans Advancing Justice
  • Anti-Defamation League
  • CenterLink
  • Color of Change
  • Freedom for All Americans
  • Human Rights Campaign
  • The Leadership Conference
  • Movement Advancement Project
  • NAACP
  • Out & Equal Workplace Advocates
How Can We Become an OPEN TO ALL
Business?
It’s easy. Scan the QR code to the right, or go
to Business.OpenToAll.com to add your name
and sign the business pledge.

When you sign the pledge, we’ll send you a
window cling you can display in your store—
and your business will be listed on the Open
to All website under “Business Supporters.”