Donate $1 at the Gate!
Support your community, donate $1 at the gate!
San Francisco Pride has distributed over $2.5 million dollars to our Community Partners since 1997 – thanks to beverage purchases and donations made at our event gates. Community organizations provide SF Pride with volunteers the weekend of the event, and, in return, Pride awards the organizations with proceeds from the area of their involvement.
Our 2017 Community Partners
We are thrilled to be partnering with more than 40 community organizations this year:
Alameda County Leather Corps., All Blues Rugby Club, Bay Area Derby, Bayard Rustin LGBT Coalition, Berkeley Community Health Project/Free Clinic, Berkeley Humane, California Men’s Gathering, Castro Country Club, Cheer for Life Foundation, City of Refuge Ministries UCC, Council of Grand Dukes & Duchesses, Discovery Community Inc., Foggy City Dancers, Folsom Street Events, Freedom in Christ Church, Gay Asian Pacific Alliance, Healing Waters Wilderness Adventures, Homeless Children’s Network, Imperial Council of San Francisco, Inferno Softball, Lesbian Gay Chorus of San Francisco, Metropolitan Community Church of San Francisco, NIA Collective, NorCrid, Oakland Pride, Oakland Pride Latin Stage, Pagan Alliance, Q Foundation, Rocket Dog Rescue, San Francisco Gay Basketball Association, San Francisco Gay Softball League, San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band, San Francisco Sex Information, San Francisco SPCA, San Francisco Spikes, San Francisco Tsunami Water Polo, San Joaquin Delta Empire, SF Mix DNA Softball Team, Silicon Valley Softball League, Success Center San Francisco, Tenderloin Tessies, and Whole Human Project.
At this time we are only accepting applications for Gate Donation Partners.
The DEADLINE to apply has been extended to June 9th at 4:00 PM.
Gate Partners. Those working as Gate Partners will provide volunteers to collect donations at the festival gates as people enter the Celebration. Register Today!
Eligibility & Requirements
The Community Partners Program is open to any 501c3 certified non-profit organization based in the nine counties of the Bay Area whose mission involves service to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender communities, seniors, youth, bullying, housing advocacy, animal welfare/rights, people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, or homelessness.
All community partners must commit to a minimum number of volunteers for working at the SF Pride event. The minimum requirement depends on the area for which the partner has been selected and varies from 6 to 12. All volunteers must attend volunteer trainings (number of meetings, dates and times to be set by Donations/Beverages management). Volunteer numbers may vary by area so be sure to check with your area coordinator during pre-event trainings.
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