Fuscia Rage and her girls are back for Green Queen Bingo, with a new partnership and a new location! 2019 will mark the first Bingo partnership between Guilford Green Foundation & LGBTQ Center and Alternative Resources of the Triad (Greensboro Pride).
Join us at our holiday open house to spread a little cheer.
Gather with friends as the year end nears.
We will have plenty of treats for all who enter,
And an ornament decorating contest to deck out our center.
We hope to see you there,
It’s sure to be a wonderful affair!
Youth Drop-In Hours are held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month at the LGBTQ Center for youth to come find resources, an LGBTQ-themed book or movie, or just hang out in an affirming place.
Guilford Green Foundation has created a new scholarship fund in honor of the late Pearl Berlin, a hero in the fight for marriage equality.
Our LGBTQ Center Library is up and running! We have a wide variety of books and movies available for you to borrow.
The 2019 Gala will be held on March 23, 2019. It will be a sit-down dinner at Starmount Forest Country Club followed by the Green Party hosted by Jessica Mashburn and Evan Olson.
As we increase our outreach and impact, more people reach out for help. That’s why we need your support more than ever. We need your help to provide the programs and resources our LGBTQ friends are asking for. This year, our goal is to raise $85,000 to meet these critical needs.
Alternative Resources of the Triad is pleased to announce Greensboro Pride to be held on Sunday, October 21st, 2018 on South Elm in beautiful downtown Greensboro, NC. Pride is to celebrate the many ties that people, organizations, businesses and groups have to the LGBTQIA community and our allies.
Join all of the POP Star Wannabe Boyz and Girlz for POP UP Green Queen Bingo, presented by Bank of America, in our HUGE POP UP TENT at Chemistry Nightclub (2901 Spring Garden Street, Greensboro) on Friday, October 19.
You are cordially invited to the Greensboro SONG Interest Meeting and Wine Social at 6pm on September 21st, at the International Civil Rights Museum.