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The Capital Pride Alliance is accepting nominations for people who have made contributions to the LGBTQ community at the Capital Pride Honors this June.
Former lawmaker needs to prove she can raise money and build name recognition in a Republican-leaning district
The D.C.-based sex worker advocacy organization holds two orientation sessions per year
Human Rights Campaign embedded staff in campaigns, ran phone banks, knocked doors, shared digital ads and sent out direct mailers to motivate "equality voters" to...
The volunteer-based group offers opportunities to socialize, network, and give back to the community
The organization transports excess food from big businesses to agencies that feed the needy.
There's no shortage of opportunities for D.C. area residents to lend their time and assistance
Capital Pride provides welcoming spaces for people to celebrate their unique identities -- and does it free of charge
Newly elected Board President Ashley Smith vows to "meet changing needs of the entire spectrum of the LGBTQ+ community"
“Chef’s Best is an event which has evolved over decades,” says Craig Shniderman, the executive director of Food & Friends, which organizes the annual fundraising...
The Capital Pride Alliance is encouraging community members to nominate friends, family members, colleagues or acquaintances that they believe have made significant or exceptional contributions...
Burgundy Crescent Volunteers may have disbanded, but former members have found ways to continue their work
The DC Strokes Rowing Club, the oldest LGBT rowing club in the world, has put out a call for volunteers for its 21st Stonewall Regatta,...
Every Wednesday evening in recent weeks, about 10 people meet at the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) headquarters in downtown D.C. and get straight to work....
When Eric Cohen and Jonathan Blumenthal met while doing volunteer work with a gay and lesbian singles group, it was a special moment that launched...