Cox Las Vegas has distributed $35,000 in diversity scholarships to 10 college-bound, high school seniors as part of its annual Cox Diversity Scholarship program in partnership with the Public Education Foundation and Southern Nevada-based diverse organizations.
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The LGBTQ+ Community Center of Southern Nevada (The Center) announces the release of its new Center Advocacy Network 24/7 Victim Hotline, a resource for all victims of crime. Staffed 24/7 with an army of CAN trained and certified volunteer advocates, the hotline assists victims of crime in obtaining resources and services.
Today, The LGBTQ Community Center of Southern Nevada (The Center) celebrates seven years since the doors opened to the Robert L Forbuss Building, a safe and affirming place for LGBTQ individuals and families to gather and build community.
The most important thing is that you complete the Census so that Nevada will get our fair share of resources to build better lives and for the people who live here. Your community is counting on you, so be counted!
The Delivering With Dignity service is intended for people struggling financially on a daily basis and who are most at risk according to U.S. Center for Disease Control guidelines for contracting coronavirus if they leave their homes.
The LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada and The Human Rights Campaign, The Salvation Army will re-open its LGBTQ Safety Dorm at The Salvation Army West Owens Avenue Campus, Building 47, North Las Vegas, NV 89030 on Wednesday, February 5th at 10 am.
Each year on Spirit Day, millions go purple to support LGBTQ youth. Add your name below to take the pledge against bullying.
While visiting Las Vegas, Chasten Buttigieg scheduled a visit at The Center where he was greeted by Board President Joe Oddo, Jr, and Executive Director John Waldron.
The Center is proud to announce a new multi year agreement with Iconic Nightclub where we will host an adjacent party while the Honorarium is occurring! This is the FIRST time we have ever done anything like this, but you spoke and we listened!
On June 27th, an individual attempted to set fire to The Center. They were unsuccessful and no damage was done to the building. As we enter the final week of Pride Month, and major celebrations take place around the world, this attempted arson and hate crime against our community reinforce the need for LGBTQ+ Pride events. Our equality, rights, and our lives remain at risk. We are glad that our building is safe. To everyone around the world attending Pride events this weekend, let this be a reminder of why you are celebrating and why our fight for equality continues.
Zappos and the Queens From Drag Brunch at Señor Frogs unite to raise 50k for The Center!
Q Chat Space is a digital LGBTQ+ center where teens can join live-chat, facilitated, online support groups. It is available for you to share with youth who may not be able to reach you in person, as well as to share with local youth-serving professionals.
The JOLT Coffee Co. opened on March 15, 2019 and couldn’t be more excited to have them at The Center. The JOLT stands for Jump On the Love Train and their mission is to connect the community through an environment where visitors can find unique eats, drinks and inspiring baristas.
No in-person events schedule today.
The Center team will continue with its current response to the crisis by not permitting any type of assembly of groups on site. Please visit The Online Center for current and upcoming online events.
Kraft Sussman Funeral Services
Lambda Business Assocation
Las Vegas Pride
Las Vegas Prime Timers
Las Vegas Review-Journal
MGM Resorts International
Shulman Family Foundation
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
The Valley Heatlh System
Wynn Las Vegas