Join the Miss Major-Jay Toole Building for Social Justice on May 15 for our Give OUT Day Countdown Party!
When: Tuesday May 15, 7 PM – 10 PM
Who: All of us, and especially you!
We are the Audre Lorde Project, FIERCE, Streetwise and Safe, and the Sylvia Rivera Law Project. We are organizations led by and for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender nonconforming people of color, low-income people, and youth. We work to build community, provide direct services, and organize toward resilience, self-determination, and structural change.
Find out more about our work and how to get involved!
Visit the Audre Lorde Project at: http://alp.org and Give OUT to ALP at http://giveout.razoo.com/story/Audre-Lorde-Project
Visit Streetwise and Safe at http://streetwiseandsafe.org and Give OUT to SAS at http://giveout.razoo.com/story/Streetwise-And-Safe-1
Visit the Sylvia Rivera Law Project at http://srlp.org and Give OUT to SRLP at http://giveout.razoo.com/story/Sylvia-Rivera-Law-Project
Important note! Please enter the first and last name you use, even if it’s not the name on your credit card, in the box labeled “Name on Credit Card (First and Last Name)”. We want to make sure to send a thank you addressed to your correct name. Your credit card information will be processed even if the name you enter does not match the one on your credit card.
Give OUT Day (May 15) is a national initiative to mobilize thousands of people across the country to support LGBTQ liberation by making donations to organizations like ours.
As organizations and as a movement, we recognize that collaboration grows our capacity to support our communities and build resilience while we dismantle systemic poverty, racism, homophobia, and transphobia. We are coming together on May 15 to celebrate this interdependence. Please join us as we lift up our commitment to our community’s brilliant, brave, and loving resistance, our dreams, and our future together.
We hope to see you on May 15!
With so much love,
The Audre Lorde Project, FIERCE, Streetwise and Safe, and the Sylvia Rivera Law Project
660 Fulton Street