Pride Foundation’s Got a New Look!on May 22nd, 2012 at 12:24 pm
With thanks to our supporters, over the last 27 years, Pride Foundation has become the community foundation we are today—bringing together people, ideas, and resources to advance equality for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community.
As spring showers fall, bringing renewed vitality to the Northwest, we wanted you to be among the first to see our brand-new website and logo. We listened to our supporters who told us it was time for a fresh new look—a look that is as vibrant and as playful as the incredible community we serve. The new emblem of Pride Foundation represents the rippling impact that our family of donors, volunteers, grantees, and scholars has on nurturing LGBTQ equality.
Our donors and volunteers inspire positive change with their generosity of talent and financial support. Our grantees work to provide vital services for our community and address inequalities. Our scholars live their daily lives committed to enriching and strengthening our LGBTQ community. The impact of all this caring and determination is felt deeply in our urban, rural, and remote communities, and builds a lasting legacy for generations to come.
Over a year ago, our new team of regional staff put into action a new model that strengthened our relationships throughout the Northwest. We wanted a website that made it easy to share their local stories so that you could see and feel the positive impact of your support.
The new site also features a revamped blog, community calendar, story features, and social media tools, in addition to information about our grants, scholarships, and other initiatives such as our work with the Washington United for Marriage campaign. And of course, you can always make a secure online donation.
I would like to extend my gratitude to Pride Foundation’s volunteer Marketing & Communications Committee and to our consultant Stoke for their guidance on this project.
I invite you to take a moment to explore our new website to see how you have made a difference in the lives of LGBTQ people throughout the Northwest. Together, we are building a foundation for all.