Community Spirit of Pride Awards Dinner Kicks Off 2018 Gainesville Pride Days
PCCNCF Welcomes New Business Member Rebecca Frye, LCSW.
From her business membership form: “Individual, Couple and Family Counseling in a welcoming LGBTQ centered practice. Love makes a family and all family types are welcome. Small group meditation on Saturdays. Look for our upcoming LGBTQ Fall Marriage retreat.”
PCCNCF Takes On GAAP Services
The Gainesville Area AIDS Project (GAAP) has been providing services to people with HIV/AIDS (PWA’s) in Alachua County since 1992. GAAP is now a program of PCCNCF and will be managed as a committee of PCCNCF made up of the individuals who have been providing GAAP’s services.
GAAP services to PWA’s are:
a. Food Services – (Lunch on Tuesdays)
b. Gainesville Harvest – (Distribution of food received from Gainesville Harvest)
c. TREE – (Distribution of household goods)
d. Client Services – (Direct assistance to clients with one-time special needs)
PCCNCF is asking for your support for GAAP services as we look to develop long term funding streams for the program. If you wish to designate a monetary donation for GAAP, make your check out to PCCNCF and put GAAP in the memo line or click on the GAAP button below and make a donation online.
We are also asking for the donation of TREE Project items such as laundry detergent, shampoo & soap, shaving cream & disposable razors, toothpaste & toothbrushes, bathroom tissue, household cleaning supplies, and bleach. Donations of these items can be dropped off at the Pride Center during our regular operating hours. If you would like a donation box for your organization or business, please call us at 352-377-8915 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hosted by Pride Community Center on the last Friday of each month at 7:30pm, this is a free service to the LGBT community. A $2 donation is requested to cover snack and refreshment costs.
Counting for Thunder is inspired by the three years when Phillip Irwin Cooper, unlucky in work, money and love, went home to the Gulf Coast of Alabama when his relationship with Caroline, a UCLA college professor, hit the skids and at the same time his mother
received a dire medical diagnosis. Working through his past with his complicated family, some old high school chums, and the desperate and hilarious southern characters who grace his hometown, Phillip learns more about his mother than he ever bargained for, and more about himself than he ever guessed possible. He ultimately finds his own voice as his mother is regaining hers. Counting for Thunder covers many of the same universal themes of love, life, sex and death as Fried Green Tomatoes and Steel Magnolias. Producer Marsha Oglesby, who grew up in the South, compares the heart of Counting for Thunder to Terms of Endearment, as played between a mother and son
Community Game Night
Join a diverse group of gamers for both new and classic games.
From 6pm to 8:30pm at PCCNCF 3131 NW 13th St, Gainesville, FL 32609
PCCNCF is Seeking Responsible Volunteers for Key Positions
PCCNCF is YOUR Community Center and we can only continue to succeed with your help. We are looking for folks to fill some key volunteer positions at the center. We need an Education Events Coordinator, and a Program Coordinator. Each of these positions is important to the ongoing success of the center and only require about two hours a week commitment after the initial training period. If you are interested in helping out, please check out the position descriptions or talk to one of our Board Members.
We can’t do it without you!