Announcing Pride Foundation’s 2016-2017 Community Grants Awards

2016/2017 PRIDE FOUNDATION COMMUNITY GRANTS [Click the state to see grants in that area.] ALASKA | IDAHO | MONTANA | OREGON | WASHINGTON ALASKA: Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association (Four A’s) Location: Anchorage, AK Area Served: Juneau, AK Project Name: Syringe Access Program Population: General, Rural/Remote, HIV The Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association (Four A’s) is a key

There are no words

Dear Pride Foundation Family & Friends, I have written and rewritten this email countless times since last night, trying to find the right thing to say. But there are no words. When it feels like divisiveness and hate have won out over unity and hope, the only place in which we will find solace is

Seattle Mayor Signs Proclamation for ‘Pride Foundation Day’

Today, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray proclaims this day as Pride Foundation Day in the city of Seattle. We are grateful to the Mayor and his administration in supporting the progress we’ve made together in the last 30 years for our LGBTQ community across the Northwest. The proclamation announcement kicks-off our region-wide celebrations for Pride Foundation’s

Relationships Across the NW: Alaska Spotlight

We are grateful for the incredible relationships we have with people across the Northwest who make change possible. These are just a few of the incredible supporters, donors, volunteers, local leaders, and scholars that are building a brighter future for LGBTQ people in their home communities through their continued commitment to advancing lived and legal

Supporting Independence: YMCA Home Host Program

The crisis of youth experiencing homelessness is heartbreaking, and it is a situation that is becoming more pronounced. Fortunately, there are a number of new, robust efforts in our region that are looking to change this reality. As you’ve heard us share before, varying sources, including the latest report from the True Colors Fund, estimate

The Ultimate Harm

I don’t know about you, but lately I’ve talked a lot about bathrooms—actually about bad “bathroom bills,” as I call them. But let’s be clear: the laws being passed and the ballot initiatives proposed across the country, including here in Washington State, aren’t really about bathrooms. And they’re certainly not about protecting anyone, as many

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