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NATCA Participates in Capital Pride ParadeNCF Supports LGBTQ+ Charities with NATCA Pride Shirts, Act Quickly: Only Available Until April 19

In support of Pride Month 2024, the NATCA Charitable Foundation (NCF) will once again sell NATCA Pride Shirts. Last year, from the proceeds from these sales, NCF made donations to charities, who support young LGBTQ+ people in several states across the country. This year, NCF will again be donating all proceeds from the shirt sales, plus a minimum of $1,000 to a number of LGBTQ+ Charitable Organizations. With your support, NCF will be able to help these worthy charities continue their great work.

Available in both women’s and men’s sizes, the light gray NATCA Pride shirts are priced at $25 plus shipping. Shirts are available for purchase for a limited time, so please make your order by April 19, 2024. Act quickly and order your shirts today! 

NCF will be donating all proceeds from the shirt sales, plus a minimum of $1,000 to the following LGBTQ+ charitable organizations:

Los Angeles LGBT Center (Los Angeles, Calif.): The Los Angeles LGBT Center has cared for, championed and celebrated LGBTQ+ individuals and families in L.A. and beyond since our founders first began providing services in 1969. The Center’s nearly 800 employees provide services and programs that span four broad categories: health, social services and housing, culture and education, and leadership and advocacy.

The Montrose Center (Houston, Texas): The Montrose Center empowers LGBTQ+ individuals and their families to live healthier, more fulfilling lives. The Montrose Center envisions a healthier society marked by permanent, positive changes in attitudes and behaviors toward the LGBTQ+ communities and the ability of all LGBTQ individuals to realize their fullest potential.

New Alternatives for LGBT Homeless Youth (New York, N.Y.): New Alternatives increases the self-sufficiency of LGBTQ+ homeless youth by enabling them to transition out of the shelter system to stable adult lives. They do this by providing long-term support, weekly case management, education services, life skills training, community-building recreational activities, opportunities for self-expression, and programs for HIV+ youth.

OUTMemphis (Memphis, Tenn.): For the last 33 years, OUTMemphis has been serving the LGBTQ+ individuals in the Mid-South, working to empower, connect, educate, and advocate for this vibrant community. OUTMemphis provides a range of resources to support physical, mental, and spiritual health and treat addiction.

SMYAL (Washington, D.C.): SMYAL (Supporting and Mentoring Youth Advocates and Leaders) supports and empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ+) youth. Through youth leadership, SMYAL creates opportunities for LGBTQ+ youth to build self-confidence, develop critical life skills, and engage their peers and community through service and advocacy.

Spencer Pride (Spencer, Ind.): Spencer Pride’s mission is to make Indiana a more welcoming place for all people. They operate the Spencer Pride commUnity center, coordinate the annual Spencer Pride Festival, offer a variety of health & wellness services, and host the Iris Youth Group. Spencer Pride is a 100% volunteer-powered 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization serving rural South-Central Indiana.

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