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Pillars of Pride – Elders Day Event

May 15 @ 10:30 am - 1:00 pm PDT

This will be GenPride’s first annual event, timed to coincide with the 2022 National Honor our LGBTQ Elders Day. This is an important and exciting time for GenPride, as we prepare for the opening of Pride Place, a new LGBTQIA+ affirming senior affordable housing and community center on Capitol Hill, scheduled to open in 2023. This event will be a hybrid event. Tickets are available: www.genprideseattle.org/pop
Doors open at 10:30 am, Show begins at 11:30 am. ** Livestream will be available on the website as well. **
To make a donation, please visit: www.genprideseattle.org/donate An option to donate tickets to others is also available: Donate Tickets
GenPride is partnering with Community Roots Housing on the development of this project – the first of its kind in the Pacific Northwest – which will include a senior community and health services center on the ground floor. We are engaged in a capital campaign to secure $5M in funding to build out the community center at Pride Place; funds raised through our first annual event will support this effort.
This event will recognize our LGBTQIA+ elders who have worked hard to lift up our community.
This generation of elders fought—and won—many of the rights we enjoy today. Without their tremendous courage in the face of hatred, discrimination, and violence—our community would be very different. We are committed to this being a truly inclusive event that represents the many diverse intersectionalities of our community.
We are posting bios of the Honorees at our website: https://genprideseattle.org/blog/


May 15
10:30 am - 1:00 pm PDT
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(206) 393 - 3400
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Century Ballroom
915 E. Pine Street
Seattle, 98122
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(206) 324-7263
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