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Bay Area Intactivists

Bay Area Intactivists

Stated Mission

“Bay Area Intactivists is a human rights organization comprised of community members who are working to end forced genital modification. Our mission is to defend the human right to genital integrity and to ensure that the genital autonomy of every individual is respected without discrimination based on sex, age, ethnicity, religious beliefs, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation. We oppose all forms of unnecessary genital modification such as non-therapeutic circumcision and genital “normalizing” surgery when performed on individuals who are unable to provide informed consent.”


Legal Name

Bay Area Intactivists

Year Founded  2001

Year Incorporated  2016

Year Granted Tax-Exempt Status  2016

EIN  81-2752650

Executive Director  Lloyd Schofield  email

Board of Directors
Lloyd Schofield, President
Richard Kurylo, Secretary
Frank McGinness, CFO



Latest Reporting Year  2018

This organization is not required to report financial information to the IRS because they stated on IRS form 990-N that their receipts were less than $50,000 in the prior fiscal year. Any financial information shown below has been published by the state or reported directly to us by the organization.

Revenue  $ 6,000

Expenses  $ 5,000

Compensation Paid to Executive Director  $ 0

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Guide-to-Giving Survey Results

Date Responded:  November 4, 2019

What were the major accomplishments of your organization in the last 12 months?

We consistently participate in varied and high profile community events in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our largest event, produced in conjunction with the Bloodstained Men is a contingent in the SF Pride Parade combined with two days of tabling in the civic center. We reach thousands of attendees and a global audience via television coverage and tourists. Our contingent in Oakland Pride and several East Bay Street fairs expands our audience geographically. We have booths at the Folsom & Castro Street Fairs, and an altar at the Dia de los Muertes festival. We had a strong presence at the CA democratic convention, Intl. women's day march, Andrew Yang rally and an information booth at the San Francisco birth & baby fair.

What are the major plans for your organization in the next 12 months?

We consistently participate in the above mentioned events and have for the last 10 years. We will continue to do so. The AAP will hold its convention in San Diego in 2020 and we will be there, also our members are all encouraged to create events when an opportunity presents itself. Costs are high even for our 501( c)3 nonprofit. Registration fees and insurance make up the bulk of our events so that is where over 90% of our donations go.

What makes your organization unique among Intactivist organizations?

Our presence, background (San Francisco MGM initiative), staying power, outreach and support of other national and international intactivists and intactivist organizations.

Is there a leadership succession plan in place to continue the organization beyond your tenure? Please summarize.

We have a dedicated group of members that can fill any openings in the board that may arise.

What else would you like your potential donors and volunteers to know?

All funds donated to the Bay Area Intactivists go directly to the funding of events and handouts, Board members are not paid.

Please visit our website, for printouts, and our intactivist product store. Our Facebook page, Bay Area Intactivists, will keep you up to date with our planned community events and outreach.

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