Thank you for all you helped us achieve in 2015. The Center served more than 45,000 people last year. As we prepare for The Center’s 40th anniversary, CEO Debra Pollock welcomes you to our full 2015 Annual Report to the community. Meet some of the staff, volunteers and community members who make The Center a source of community pride and help us achieve our mission to engage, empower, enrich and advance the LGBT Community of Colorado.
Engaging LGBTQ youth and their allies in fun and fulfilling programs, Rainbow Alley prides itself in being a safe and brave space where youth can be themselves and explore healthy futures. Youth leader Xander Fager discusses how Rainbow Alley is impacting our community’s youth.
SAGE OF THE ROCKIES
Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders
Serving folks 50 and better, SAGE of the Rockies connects members through social activities, workshops and outings. SAGE community member John Cray shares his experience.
Meet Program Coordinator Johanna Glaviano as she explains how The Center helps Capitol Hill elders age safely in their own homes by connecting with supportive services and providing bonds with other community members.
Program Manager Sable Schultz tells how The Center’s Transgender Program is helping Colorado’s community.
We are dedicated to preserving our community’s history and sharing it with the next generation. So far, the project has collected 40 oral histories from community leaders. Here, Tim Gill explains his involvement in the fight against Colorado’s Amendment 2 and how it impacted the community.
Connecting LGBT parents with other families, The Center’s Family Program offers a warm welcome to those looking to connect and enjoy safe, low-cost activities together. The Center’s Juli German and Eric Godoy of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science describe their partnership.
Healthcare Program Manager Alvin Chee describes the impact the Affordable Care Act is having on Colorado’s LGBT Community.
Legal Director Ryann Peyton tells about RANGE Consulting, offering HR training for employers and organizations seeking assistance with LGBT-related issues, as well as The Center’s Training & Legal Program, offering legal referrals.
More than 377,000 people celebrated at Denver PrideFest, generating an estimated economic impact of $25 million. Center Stage emcee DeMarcio talks about the impact the event has on the community.
Volunteers contributed 16,915 hours in service to our community. Lead volunteer Dustin Wiebelhaus describes his experience volunteering for The Center.
Board member Wendy Pobirk talks about her involvement with the Women’s Giving Circle and how donating to The Center benefits the community.
Trustee Dr. Susan J. Wolf-Giullian shares why the Mel Wolf Foundation, winner of the 2015 Breaking Barriers Award, is dedicated to supporting the work of Rainbow Alley.
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