The annual Charlotte Pride Festival & Parade added more than $7.75 million in total economic impact to the city from out-of-town visitors in 2014, including $2.49 million in labor income, according to a study commissioned by the Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority.
A dozen community members met at Charlotte Pride's new office on Thursday evening to learn more about volunteer opportunities as the organization begins its 2015 community outreach initiatives. Marshall Varner, chair of Charlotte Pride's Community Development Committee, led the meeting, discussing the various events and activities the group has planned for 2015. "The good thing about this committee is that it touches
February is African-American History Month. Granted, black history should be learned all year long, but this month offers us a time once each year when we can all pull together to add a little extra education and awareness to the powerful, change-making leadership of those who've come before us — and even those leading us now. But even in Black History Month,
The Charlotte Pride Executive Committee is finally wrapping up several weeks worth of renovations and upfits to its new office space in Plaza Midwood. All told, our volunteers have spent hundreds of combined hours in people power helping to clean, paint and put together furniture. Thanks to everyone who pitched in with a paintbrush, a caulking gun or a hammer or
Click here to learn more, donate to help finish the move-in, see our remaining office wish list items and see before and after photos. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 2, 2015 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 704-625-6449 Charlotte Pride opens new offices for expanded programs and projects in 2015 Local LGBTQ non-profit will offer work space for volunteers, new collaborative partners CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Charlotte Pride, a local non-profit organization