What We Do

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Year-Round Programs

Pride festivities have grown from a small grassroots march for equal rights into the largest civic event in the region, with activities that span a full week of celebrating the LGBTQ community. In addition to our annual festivities, San Diego Pride has donated over 2.5 million dollars to LGBTQ-serving nonprofits and runs multiple year-round education, advocacy, and community service programs.

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Events

In San Diego, Pride is year-round. Our organization and other LGBT-serving nonprofits and organizations host community events, programs, and fundraisers throughout the year that aim to further our mission of fostering pride, equality, and respect for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities locally, nationally, and globally.

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Trainings

In all areas of life and in all environments – work, school, family, home, arts, culture, leisure, etc – it is important that the LGBTQ+ community is supported and understood. San Diego Pride provides subject matter expertise on the LGBTQ+ community, with each training’s curriculum tailored to suit the specific client.

All training types include both lecture and interactive activities in the curriculum. Training types may be offered in-person or virtually via videoconferencing platforms.

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Philanthropy

In addition to putting on this region’s largest civic event, San Diego Pride delivers vital LGBTQ community-focused education, advocacy, and organizing year-round.

Our programs build community for youth, seniors, women, communities of color, and others while building LGBTQ leadership capacity globally. At San Diego Pride, 84 cents of every dollar goes directly to our programming.

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Advocacy

San Diego Pride works year-round to ensure that LGBTQ+ people are treated with equality and respect through policy, legislation, and civic engagement. We advocated for LGBTQ+ people, especially those at multiples axises of oppression, locally, nationally, and globally.

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