Welcome to the United Court of Austin!
Welcome to United Court of Austin Texas. Our inclusive world of drag, leather & lace, gear and leather boys, cross dressing, gays, lesbians, non-binary, bisexuals, and all the in-between, our home is your home! A place to ditch your flip-flops, put on your best and revel in your glitz and glamour as we “keep it weird, but with class in Austin” to raise money for our charities which provide services to our LGBTQ community. So, come out and help us continue to make a difference in Austin and the surrounding communities!
The United Court of Austin, Inc., representing the International Court System in Austin, TX, is an independent, registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the betterment of life in and around the Austin area and is committed to providing financial and physical support to other charitable organizations. The United Court of Austin, Inc. believes in educating and empowering its members and the community by promoting and advocating AIDS awareness and diversity through non-discrimination. The United Court of Austin, Inc. welcomes members and provides support regardless of race, creed, color, gender and/or sexual orientation.
We are truly grateful for the vital support The United Court of Austin provides us every year. At Project Transitions we provide life-saving housing and care to our neighbors in need living with HIV. Fundraising efforts from The United Court of Austin make it possible for us to offer not just transitional housing, but to provide transformative housing. Housing that comes with wrap around support services and community to help folks along a path to living a fulfilling life in stable health and stable housing for the long term. When you support the efforts of The United Court of Austin, you are saving lives and taking our community closer to ending the epidemic within our lifetimes. Thank you.
Cynthia Y. Herrera, CEO of Project Transitions
The International Court System in conjunction with the LGBTQ+ Taskforce are honored to be spearheading the campaign to have a U.S. postage stamp released honoring LGBTQ+ heroes. For more information, please click below.