Guilford Green Foundation has created a new scholarship fund in honor of the late Pearl Berlin, a hero in the fight for marriage equality. Berlin and her partner of 52 years, Ellen “Lennie” Gerber, of High Point, were plaintiffs in the lawsuit that upended North Carolina’s Amendment One, which defined marriage as between a man…Details
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Sexual health does not stop being an important aspect of life as we age. Regardless if you are 40-something or in your 60s, 70s or older – sexual health, sexuality, and sexual identity is a personal and societal reality. Sexual health also extends into companionship, dating, STDs, and mental health. Join us at the next…Details
The Guilford Green Foundation Board of Directors has awarded $30,000 in grants to six nonprofits to fund special programs for LGBTQ youth, domestic violence awareness, a conference and a mural. The grants will be given June 29 from 12-1:30 pm at the LGBTQ Community Center. Please RSVP by calling 336-790-8419 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. “We got a wide…Details
There are a couple of scams going around that have used our name that we want to make everyone aware of: On June 1st and again on June 15th, we were made aware that someone is using Guilford Green Foundation’s name as part of a scam. The caller offers to provide financial assistance if you…Details
PRIDE! Of the Community: Documenting LGBTQ History in the Triad is the first large-scale initiative to document the LGBTQ+ history in the Triad. We are holding community scanning events, and invite you to bring in materials that document LGBTQ+ social life, history, activism, organizations, and businesses. We will scan materials and make them available on…Details
Please join us for a Takeover of Wifi Wine Bar in High Point on Thursday, May 17 at 5:30. Wifi Wine Bar is generously donating 20% of that night’s proceeds to Guilford Green Foundation. It’s Open Mic Night, so it’s sure to be a good time! Wifi Wine Bar 1605 N. Main St. High Point, NC…Details
Guilford Green Foundation envisions a Greater Greensboro with a thriving LGBTQIA community that elevates all. To that end, our mission is to create unity through programming and philanthropy that advances equality and inclusion for LGBTQIA communities. Timeline Grant Application Released: April 16, 2018 Grant Application Due: May 21, 2018 Grants Approved by the Board:…Details
Visionary Award The Visionary Award is our most prestigious honor, given to an individual who has championed the vision of a better world for the LGBTQ community. 2018 – Yosuke and Kathie Yamamori Past Winners: 2017 – Matt Hirschy 2016 – Christopher M. Srgo 2015 – Ron Johnson 2014 – Lee Carter 2013 – Bob Page 2012…Details
Tuesday, May 22 6:00-7:00pm LGBTQIA Center of Greensboro 1205 W Bessemer Ave Ste 226, Greensboro Guilford Green Foundation will be hosting Tom Murray, PhD/LMFT/LPCS/ASSECT, for a seminar and Q&A about transgender-related health services at the LGBTQIA Center. Topics will range from hormone replacement therapy to the current standards of care in everyday medical treatment. This event…Details
Tuesday, May 1 6:00-7:30pm LGBTQIA Center of Greensboro 1205 W Bessemer Ave, Ste 226, Greensboro Being comfortable with one’s voice is essential for effective verbal communication. For many transgender and non-binary people, however, one’s voice can be the source of great anxiety, depression, and dysphoria. As a result, trans voices are lost, their truths silenced. However,…Details