Donate to OutReach LGBTQ+ Community Center HERE:
Your tax-deductible contribution is always welcome at OutReach.
Please consider donating to these specific OutReach Programs & Upcoming Events:
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Created by Donald Haar aka Willma Flynn-Stone, Willma's Fund provides assistance to homeless members of the LGBTQ community residing in Dane County and is a program of OutReach LGBTQ+ Community Center!
LGBTQ 50+ Alliance
Formally called the LGBT Senior Alliance, the LGBTQ 50+ Alliance is committed to connecting LGBTQ adults with programs and services in our community. The LGBTQ 50+ Alliance is sponsored by OutReach Community Center and the Madison Senior Center. Its purpose is to create a better quality of life for LGBT older adults by building partnerships with senior service providers and providing intergenerational social opportunities.
OutReach Garden Party
Held in early/late spring, the OutReach Garden Party has been going on for over a decade. Held in various locations over the years, it is currently being hosted at the Olbrich Gardens in Madison, WI. The event includes buffet style dinner, garden walks, mingling, music, and a brief program.
OutReach Pre Pride Event: Magic Festival Benefit
Held in the summer at Susan Eichhorn's beautiful home and garden The event features a hot and cold buffet, beverages, mingling and brief program.
OutReach Magic Festival Benefit: A PRIDE Celebration
OutReach Magic Festival pride event for 2020 is a Virtual Event designed to bring the Madison Community together in unity and PRIDE!
OutReach also acts as a fiscal agent for local LGBT organizations. OutReach accepts donations for:
Madison Area Transgender Association
MATA provides a safe, private place for anyone who considers themselves transgender to meet, dress, socialize, discuss, and help with one's everyday issues and problems in a peer support setting
Paths to Healing
The Paths to Healing Conference is an effort put together by WCASA, Outreach, UNIDOS Against Domestic Violence, Proud Theater, Rape Crisis Center and the Canopy Center. It is a day-long conference that provides support and explores what we need to do as a community to respond to the needs of sexual abuse survivors. It is intended for child sex abuse survivors – particularly male survivors – supportive allies, advocates, health and mental health professionals, and law enforcement.