Welcome, Emily

Emily Bender has joined our team as Director of Programs! We welcome her and check out her impressive background!

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David Heitstuman, our former board president, will receive the “Freedom From Fear” award at this year’s Four Freedoms dinner hosted by the Stonewall Democrats. Check out all the details and we’ll see you there!

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Kudos, David

David Heitstuman, our long-term board president, was recently named chair of the Parks & Recreation Commission! A great honor for him and the LGBT community!

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Congrats, Miller…

Miller Figueroa, one of our youth peer advocates, is a finalist for the Colin Higgins Courage Award. The Center is so proud of Miller and all our Q-Spot youth! Read Miller’s story…

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Mama’s On TV!

Taryn Thru U and Rentless were caught by ABC 10 getting ready for Mama’s Making Bacon Weds. morning. Get your tickets and see the hilarious pics @

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Estate Planning Seminar

“I walked away with so much more information than I bargained for. I feel better equipped to plan ahead and make sure me, and my finances, are protected.” – Direct Seminar participant quote

Join us at the Sacramento LGBT Community Center and you are sure to learn more about how to be more prepared for your […]

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Talkin’ PrEP

Center Board member George Raya, in a profile of several trailblazers in Sacramento talking about PrEP, its impact and the challenges ahead. Read more…

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Yea, Tre!

Congratulations to Center Board member Tre Borden, recently named Metro EDGE’s Young Professional of the Year! See more about Tre’s big night…

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Housing Discrimination Workshops

The Center has partnered with Project Sentinel to provide two educational workshops on housing discrimination. The first is Wed., Feb 3, at 6 p.m. and the other is Sat,, Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. Both are at the Center, 1927 L Street in Sacramento, for members of the community. Renters will especially want learn about […]

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Welcome, amBi!

amBi, one of the newest additions to the Center’s group calendar, provides a safe space for building community and addressing issues within that community. Topics may include visibility, bisexual history, coming out on the bisexual spectrum, and all things related to the “B” in LGBT+. Meets the 1st Monday from 6-7 p.m. at the Center.

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