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$137,000 Raised in 2017
On September 9, 2017 San Francisco Pride announced that we were awarding $137,000.00 in proceeds from 2017. Since 1997, San Francisco Pride has distributed over $2.7 million dollars in proceeds – thanks in large part to our beverage sales and donations made at our event gates.
2017 Gate and Beverage Community Partners
Alameda County Leather Corps.
American Legion – Bob Basker Post #315
Bay Area Derby
Bayard Rustin LGBT Coalition
Berkeley All Blues Rugby Club
Berkeley Community Health Project/Free Clinic
Berkeley Humane, California Men’s Gathering
Castro Country Club
Center for Lao Studies
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
Imperial Council of San Francisco
Imperial Council San Juaquin Delta Empire
Lesbian Gay Chorus of San Francisco
Metropolitan Community Church of San Francisco
Northern California Interpreters for the Deaf
Oakland Pride Latin Stage
Radical Light Center for Spiritual Living
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 Spikes
San Francisco Tsunami Water Polo
SF Mix DNA Softball Team
Silicon Valley Softball League
Success Center San Francisco
Temenos Catholic Workers Association
Westside Community Services
We also supported these events and organizations in 2017:
Positive Resource Center’s Pride Brunch
Rafiki Coalition’s Divas and Dons
Transgender Day of Rememberance
Transgender Day of Visibility
Transgender Law Center’s Spark
Registration for the 2018 Community Partner Program is not yet available.
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.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.