Finding meaningful and rewarding activities for LGBTQ youth can be challenging, but these events help bridge that gap between isolation and engagement.
The LGBTQIA Center of Greensboro has officially opened at the Guilford Green Foundation headquarters, Metropolitan Community Church of Winston-Salem will hold its Easter service, “Resurrection,” on April 1 and North Star LGBTQ Community Center has developed a number of programs and initiatives geared toward LGBTQ youth
North Star LGBTQ Community Center will hold its Good Company Gala on Nov. 8, Alamance Pride will be held on Oct. 7, Drag Queen Bingo will be held on Oct. 21, Metropolitan Community Church of Winston-Salem, 4105 Patsy Dr., is hosting The Carolinas and Tennessee Network’s 2017 Network Gathering from Nov. 10-11 and the Guilford Green Foundation has announced that it has rebranded itself complete with a new logo and a relaunched website.
The North Star LGBTQ Community Center, 930 Burke St., has announced that its director Rayce Lamb is stepping down, effective Oct. 8, the 2017 Greensboro Pride celebration will take place on Sept. 16, Guilford Green Foundation will hold its Bingo Under the Stars on Sept. 15, Winston Salem Theatre Alliance will hold auditions for its 2018 season on Oct. 28, One Step Further is searching the area for families with LGBTQ youth to volunteer for its pilot Family Factor Program and Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays Salisbury/Rowan, along with its Scholarships Advisory Committee, have announced the winners of its annual scholarship awards.
The Delhaize Group has been ranked #10 on the DiversityInc 2017 Top 11 Companies for Progress, OUT at the Movies is bringing a little bit of Key West to the Carolinas, PFLAG Greensboro has announced the recipients of its 2017 Carter Stroupe Memorial Scholarship, and the North Star LGBTQ Community Center has named its Kevin Jennings awardees.