News and Updates from the San Francisco LGBT Community Center

Trump Attacks Our Youth

Yesterday, the Trump Administration escalated their bigoted attacks on our communities. The Education Department, under pressure from Attorney General Jeff Sessions, rolled back guidance that protected transgender youth in our country's schools.
 
Their actions will have a negative impact on the well-being and education of trans and gender nonconforming students, who already face disproportionate amounts of violence, harassment, and discrimination at school. 
 
Everyone has the right to dignity and safety --- on the streets, in our homes, and certainly in our schools. 
 
LGBTQ youth, who have incredible talents and contributions to make to society, already face higher rates...

We are renovating our building to ensure that we are here for generations to come! During our remodel Center programs and services will continue to operate.

San Francisco has long been a destination for the LGBT community where we are able...

Work up a sweat in bootcamp...

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(San Francisco, CA, February 6, 2017) The SF LGBT Center has been awarded a grant for $5,000 from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) in partnership with Macy’s. The grant will be used for the Center’s Youth Program, which connect...

Today, Donald J. Trump becomes the 45th President of the United States.

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For many in our community, 2016 has been a tough and challenging year. On the eve of the New Year the future may seem uncertain, but if we lean on each other, strengthen our resolve, and recommit ourselves to ensure that the most vulnerable among...

We have entered the final phase of the SF LGBT Center's remodel! The paint currently being applied to the exterior gives you a sneak peek into the bold steps we are taking to provide a more welcoming home for our community and for future...

"I arrived in San Francisco full of hope and ready to live my authentic self, but unfortunately I soon found myself homeless and at the mercy of strangers that took advantage of my situation" - Anastazia, Youth Program participant...