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Transgender PicnicJune 28, 2008
Sponsored by At U.U.Church at Washington Crossing
268 Washington Crossing-Pennington Rd
Titusville, NJ 08561-1511
4:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.$10.00 per person
ALL are WELCOME
You can contact Sigma Nu Rho for more info or directions
Midwest Trans Youth Conference
November 14 - 16, 2008 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The Midwest Trans Youth Conference is a weekend conference dedicated to transgender, gender nonconforming, questioning and SOFFA youth ages 24 and under
Want to transform yourself? What about your community?
Join other youth leaders and activists to focus on the issues that are important to you.
Build the skills and the know-how through engaging workshops and caucuses, and prepare yourself to tackle the issues of equal rights, equal access and health in your community.
There are two exciting tracks for youth leaders this year:
Health and Welness and Equality and Social Justice.
A track will also be offered for youth workers.And it's not just about training.
What's a conference without fun?
Not only will you meet and get to know youth from thoughout the Midwest, but with a host of nationally-recognised speakers and performers, you are sure to find things that entertain and inspire you.
Want to Come?
Interested in Helping?
Contact Jay Botsford at Jay@ProjectQ.orgor
(414) 223 3220 x126,
and Laura Sorensen at LSorensen@GoAffirmations.orgor (248) 398 7105 x214
We would love to hear from you!
Dear Community Members,
Youth Gender Project recently became one of the beneficiaries of Community Thrift Store. This means that Youth Gender Project supporters can donate goods to the Community Thrift Store, mentioning our name and account number (134), and Youth Gender Project will receive a percentage of each sale.
If you have any clothing, furniture, or household goods that you could no longer use, please consider donating them to Community Thrift in our name. Your donation will benefit Youth Gender Project.Donation information is below. Thanks in advance for your support.
Brooklynne M. Thomas
Events Coordinator, Youth Gender Project
1800 Market St., #307,
San Francisco, CA 94102
Community Thrift Store is a non-profit resale organization that recycles and distributes donated goods throughout the Bay Area, generating funds that benefit over 200 local charities. Youth Gender Project benefits by receiving a percentage of each sale when supporters mention our program and account number (#134) when donating goods.
Community Thrift Store
623 Valencia Street
10 am to 6:30 pm
Open every day
Donations are accepted from 10 am to 5 pm daily. You may contact the Community Thrift Store at (415) 861-4910 with any questions concerning acceptable donations. Your donations are tax-deductible. Please ask for a receipt at the time of donation. On it you will be required to provide a name, address, and an estimate of your donation’s tax deduction value (they suggest either 1/3 of the donation’s new value, or an estimate of the second-hand value).
When donating clothes, please remove any clothes-hangers. Please make sure donated items are clean and in good condition—putting them in bags or boxes is appreciated. Pickup can be arranged within San Francisco for furniture, but major appliances, medical and exercise equipment, and other specific items are not accepted in any condition. If you have any questions about a donation, telephone CTS at (415) 861-4910.