This breakfast event celebrates our successes and inspires our future work in the HIV/AIDS Healthcare sector. Stay tuned for our keynote speaker this year, sure to fill your heart with Pride in how far we have come as a community in the fight against AIDS.
Five of Seattle's most prominent community non-profits partner to bring you Stronger Together. Gay City Health Project, Seattle Counseling Service, and CareTeams, a program of Samaritan Center of Puget Sound, Inspire Youth Project and Center for Multicultural Health work, to provide crucial HIV prevention, education, support and care in the Seattle area.
Emcee: Molly Shen of KOMO 4 News
Keynote Speaker: Phill Wilson of Black AIDS Institute
Honorees: George Bakan of Seattle Gay News and Vanessa Granberry
We hope you can be a part of this important event!
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
7:30 am registration
8:00 am breakfast
Washington State Convention Center
800 Convention Place Seattle, WA 98101
While your breakfast is complimentary, the event is a fundraiser. We invite and challenge all guests to consider a minimum gift or pledge of $150 to the partner organization(s) of their choice.
Register online at www.strongertogetherseattle.com
SCS will have a presence at the following Pride events:
Saturday, June 20th
Friday, June 26th
Capitol Hill Pride Festival
Saturday, June 27th
Seattle Pride Parade!
Sunday, June 28th
Seattle Pride Fest
Sunday, June 28th
SCS participates in the Seattle Foundation's annual Giving Day - GiveBIG! Make a donation through our page on the Seattle Foundation Website (It HAS to be through this page to count!) between midnight and midnight on May 5th and not only will the first $2,000 in donations be matched dollar for dollar by our SCS Match Pool, but they will also be partially matched by The Seattle Foundation stretch pool! This year we raise money to support our brand-new LGBTQ Refugee/Immigrant Outreach Project.
Please Join us!
Seattle Counseling Service (SCS) will host an Open House at our location at the corner of Pine and Melrose in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood on April 22, 2015 from 4-6pm. Everyone in the community is invited to tour the entire facility, meet our staff, enjoy refreshments and learn about our latest programs - highlighting the incredible work SCS provides through mental health therapy, addiction treatment, case management, education and outreach services we have been providing to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer community since 1969. This is the first time SCS has hosted an open house since our move to this location in 2004.
featuring RuPaul's Drag Race sensation
ONGINA (Season 1)
YARA SOFIA (Season 3)
Sunday, August 10 at 6pm
1509 Broadway, Seattle
hosted by Aleksa Manila & Roxy Doll
with The Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence, The Abbey of St. Joan
featuring Seattle's best entertainers
Recording Artist VELO
Miss Latin Look International Layla Manila
Miss UTOPIA Atasha Manila and Casa de Manila
Miss Neighbours Anastasia Beaverhausen
Isaac Scott of Hollaback Thursdays (Sinfinite Productions)
Miss Gay Seattle Olivia LaGarce & Haus of Lady Dude
Miss Gay Latina Luna
Haus of Paradisco
Pride Idol Finalist Chris Hoffman
Pride Idol 2014 Winner Ruth Soto
Fraya Love / Louie Alexander of "Le Faux" at Julia's on Broadway
and dancing the night away are sexy go-go dancers!
Curtis (LV), Jason (LV) & Carlos (SF)
$30 VIP tickets (includes Greet & Meet with the Stars and buffet)
$10 General tickets
*Tickets available at leoxi.brownpapertickets.com
Sponsored by Muckleshoot Charities
with Neighbours Nightclub, Steamworks, IHOP & Seattle Counseling Service
SCS, founded in 1969, is a nonprofit agency that provides mental health therapy & addiction counseling to the LGBTQ communities.
FB Event Page - facebook.com/events/1479290315622126/
YOU can help SCS provide much needed mental health and addiction recovery support to our community! We provide services to your friends, your loved ones, your neighbors, and any community member in need. Real people with real troubles rely on our help everyday - over 1700 a year in fact! SCS is a rock in our community and has relied on donations since the beginning of the gay rights movement in America.
On May 6, 2014, you have an opportunity to show your support for your favorite LGBTQ behavioral health agency. From midnight to midnight (Pacific Time), The Seattle Foundation will host its fourth annual GiveBIG. Our goal is to turn out thousands of new and returning individual donors to help support SCS. And thanks to The Seattle Foundation, as well as individual donors and sponsors like Boeing, Microsoft, Starbucks and more your donation to SCS will be stretched to go even farther! Last year, more than $11.1 million was raised for 1,300 nonprofits on GiveBIG day, with 54,500 individual gifts made. Last year, GiveBIG raised $12.6 million for nonprofits in our community in 24 hours!
Won't you help us? In the month ahead, Suggest your friends like us on Facebook, and join our Facebook event. And hey, size doesn't matter - if you can't giveBIG, giveMICRO! Commit to a micropayment on May 6th, because every dollar helps. And ask your friends to do so too! GiveBIG is like an app that makes you feel good about yourself for helping others!