PrideCenter of St. Louis
Pride St. Louis is excited to bring a new LGBTQIA+ center to the region. The Pride St. Louis office, located at 3738 Chouteau, was decided to be a good location and layout to serve as a community center. Through the creation of a safer place for people in the community, we hope to expand our role as a community-based leader. The organization successfully opened PrideCenter on Wednesday, January 11th, 2017, but help is still needed to continually provide PrideCenter's services. Any donations, whether items or a monetary contribution, are tax-deductible.
These efforts are also reflected in the theme for PrideFest 2017, “Community Proud”. The annual festival is only a part of the organization’s work each year. Earlier this year, the organization announced the awarding of more than $21,000 in scholarships to eighteen (18) deserving youth. Creation of a community library began in December of 2016, with over a thousand books on LGBTQIA+, feminist, gender, and race topics cataloged for the public to loan. A computer lab, in which individuals can apply for jobs and take online classes, accompanies the library as part of the new center.
PrideCenter is run by the PrideCenter Committee, a subset of Pride St. Louis, and is lead by Co-Chairs Wolf Smith and Landon Brownfield. To contact the PrideCenter administration, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our PrideCenter press release.
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Our cybercenter provides many resources, enabling people from the community to apply for jobs, take online classes, do homework, and surf the internet. Printing is also available, and donations are accepted to help us cover the cost of supplies. You can also view our Acceptable Use Policy. The cybercenter is administered by Kevin Hirsch, Director of Information Technology and Marketing.
Creation of a community library began in December of 2016. To date, we've cataloged over a thousand books on LGBTQIA+, feminist, gender, and race topics cataloged for the public to loan. Hundreds of volunteer hours went into the creation and development of the community library. The library is open to all, and books can be loaned when you visit PrideCenter.
For any inquiries related to the library, partnering with us, or making a donation, please contact Zachary Lee at email@example.com.
PrideCenter of St. Louis is operated by the PrideSTL Community Center Committee. To contact PrideCenter, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (314) 317-0077, option 3.
To get involved, head over to our volunteer application and choose "PrideCenter".