Despite COVID-19 challenges, three LGBTQ nonprofits in particular say they're proving resilient and have been able to transition to digital programming.
Organizations and community members across the state of North Carolina are responding to a surging rise in the number of people needing emergency financial assistance in the face of shutdowns and employment losses.
Local LGBTQ bar and club owners in Charlotte are responding with a mix of worried uncertainty and optimism as they and their employees face uncertain times ahead.
Charlotte Pride has searched through the Book of Face to find answers to some of these common questions and concerns, all shared by local LGBTQ and affirming advocates and professionals, including those in the medical field and more. Including a short explainer video in ASL!
We've compiled a list of LGBTQ Charlotte's primary nonprofit organizations and other entities which have announced changes to their normal operations.
Charlotte Pride has canceled an East Coast Pride organizers conference and is providing updates on other community events in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Charlotte Pride as unveiled a new logo and a variety of new announcements for its expanding community programs and this year's Charlotte Pride Festival & Parade, scheduled for Aug. 1-2, 2020.
Charlotte Pride and Time Out Youth Center call on city leaders to end Source of Income Discrimination in housing
Local LGBTQ organizations in Charlotte are calling on the Charlotte City Council to amend its Fair Housing Ordinance and prohibit Source of Income Discrimination in housing.
The Charlotte office of global law firm K&L Gates LLP has established a five-year partnership with Charlotte Pride, becoming the first law firm to enter into a multiyear, multiprogram sponsorship agreement with the LGBTQ organization.