At a series of public meetings beginning Friday, the LGBT Community Fund for Northeast Florida will release preliminary findings from a recent survey of area lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex residents.
The survey, which launched in August and closed in November, gauged the needs of those populations. The early results will be presented at four meetings, said Michael Meyers, fund president.
While one of the meetings will be about issues affecting the local LGBTI community as a whole, the other three will focus on specific populations within the LGBTI community — the elderly, African-Americans and transgender.
Public feedback from the sessions will be incorporated into the final report, which is due in May.