Charity Partner

Updated September 19, 2017

Our charity partner for 2018 will be announced soon.  Some of the charities we have supported in past years include Gay City Health Project, Camp Ten Trees, and PFLAG Seattle.

Gay City Health Project

Gay City Health Project

Gay City Health Project is an organization where our staff and volunteers, our programs and services, and our drive and spirit reflect the resilience and power of Seattle’s many LGBTQ communities.  Gay City’s Wellness Center, our LGBTQ Resource & Referral Program, our Gay City Volunteer Crew, and Gay City Arts all provide multiple ways for our community to gather, connect, find voice and serve.  Gay City is an organization that listens and responds, and that continues to evolve.  We are a destination for the LGBTQ community to grow and thrive. Gay City is Seattle’s LGBTQ Center.  For more information, visit the Gay City Health Project web site.


Camp Ten Trees

Camp Ten Trees is a nonprofit summer camp in Washington State.  Camp Ten Trees was founded in 2000 by four co-directors and offered its first summer camp session in August 2001, serving just 20 campers.  Since that time, we have served campers from throughout the United States and beyond.  Camp Ten Trees is a place for diverse youth who share common experiences to come together and form a community that is truly their own.  In addition to traditional camp activities like swimming, archery, and nature hikes, campers engage in age-appropriate workshops exploring identity, issues of oppression/privilege, youth coalition building, social justice, and more.  For more information, visit the Camp Ten Trees web site.


PFLAG Seattle

PFLAG envisions a world where diversity is celebrated and all people are respected, valued, and affirmed inclusive of their sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.  By meeting people where they are and collaborating with others, PFLAG realizes its vision through support for families, allies and people who are LGBTQ, education for ourselves and others about the unique issues and challenges facing people who are LGBTQ, and advocacy in our communities to change attitudes and create policies and laws that achieve full equality for people who are LGBTQ.

For more information, visit the PFLAG Seattle web site.


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