Community Partner Grant Program Now Accepting Applications

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Applications are available now for San Francisco Pride’s 2012 Community Partners program.

The Community Partners Program has supported numerous Bay Area non-profit organizations in their efforts to build safe spaces in our community and provide vital services to the public. SF Pride has been able to grant nearly 2 million dollars since 1997 to our beneficiaries thanks to beverage purchases and donations made at our event gates.

That’s one of the reasons a donation at the gate is so important. Not only do you earn yourself a discount off of beverage purchases for that day of the event, your donation is also going to help local charities who are staffing the gates and working at Pride’s beverage booths.

The Community Partners Program is open to any non-profit organization based in the nine counties of the Bay Area whose mission involves service to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender communities, animal welfare/rights, and people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, or homelessness.

The 2012 Community Partners application is available now on the SF Pride website. Just click here to apply.

Applications will be considered in March and April of 2012 and Community Partners will be selected and contacted no later than the first week of May.

All applications for 2012 and associated paperwork must be received in the SF Pride office by Wednesday, March 28th, 2012. Please be advised that an invitation to apply does not guarantee placement in the 2012 Community Partners Program.

If you are curious about the Community Partners Program you can click here to visit our website. You can also contact our office at or call at (415) 864-0831 x110.  Thank you to all our non-profit partners for the important support you provide to the community by helping to make San Francisco Pride a world-class LGBT event.

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