June 29 and 30, 2013

Photo Credit: Rick Gerharter

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pride


For several decades, San Francisco Pride has been committed to ensuring that people with disabilities have equal access to and equal participation in the annual Pride Celebration and Parade.

The San Francisco Bay Area has been on the forefront of the disability movement since the 1970s, and SF Pride is proud to recognize the importance of providing access to all members of our community, including those with particular accessibility needs.

Our accessibility services include sign language interpretation at the Parade Grandstands and at Celebration stages, the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Gathering Space, wheelchair access at the Grandstands along the Parade Route and accessibility seating at the Main Stage, and other services.

Volunteer for the Accessibility Team

The Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Gathering Space is recruiting volunteers to work with attendees who are Deaf, Late-deafened, Hard-of-Hearing, or who have a disability. If you would like to volunteer for the Accessibility Team, please email us for more information.

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