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Calendar of Events at Marin’s LGBT Spahr Center

January Events Below is a list of our upcoming events for January. For more information please click on any title or contact Bri at 415-886-8554 or email bsilva@thespahrcenter.org 1/14 – Caregiver/Parent Support Group – @ The Spahr Center1/16 – LGBT Senior Breakfast – @ Sams in Novato 1/18 – Friends & Family of LGBTQ Youth Group – @ The Spahr Center 1/21 – LGBT(…)

The Spahr Center will hold its first Marin LGBTQ+ and HIV Advocacy Day Jan. 23

An essential element of The Spahr Center’s work is to assure that Marin County government, including its various human services agencies and schools, is a full participant in efforts to assure the well-being of some 13,000 LGBTQ+ people and people living with and affected by HIV.  While services certainly exist for our communities, especially LGBTQ+(…)

Ner Shalom in Cotati Hosts Immigrant & Refugee Rights Justice Cafe January 12

NER SHALOM SOCIAL JUSTICE CAFÉ IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE RIGHTS Sunday, January 12th, 2020 12:00 PM: Café Opens 1:00 – 4:30 PM Program Artwork by Jami Taback Learn From Engaging, Informed SpeakersDiscover how You Can Get InvolvedEat Delicious Organic Jewish Food at Our CaféEnjoy Wonderful Music from the Ner Shalom Good Shabbos Band Win Some Fantastic Locally Sourced Raffle PrizesPeruse the Art by Jami Taback(…)

Call to Action: The Board of Supervisors will vote on Tuesday 12/10 on a resolution to halt any future investments in Wells Fargo or BNP Paribas

We are on the verge of a historic moment:  The Board of Supervisors will vote on Tuesday 12/10 on a resolution to halt any future investments in Wells Fargo or BNP Paribas, naming them as primary funders of the private corporporations responsible for detaining immigrant children separated from their families. Please come out on Tuesday 12/10(…)

Food For Thought’s ‘Dining Out for Life’ Happens Thursday, December 5 and Will Benefit Local Residents Living with HIV

On Thursday, December 5th, 2019 Food For Thought hosts Sonoma County’s 18th annual Dining Out For Life event. This year 75 area restaurants and cafes will participate, donating from 25 to 100 percent of the day’s sales to benefit Food For Thought, a nonprofit organization that provides healing food and nutrition to more than 850 people(…)