• Building Community

    We build community by our presence, by creating safe spaces, and by being responsive

  • Providing Support

    We offer peer support, our presence in community during times of negativity and direction to those in need to resources

  • Raise Awareness

    We educate, inform, and engage in meaningful change dialogue

Events

Pride Community Center uses social media, this website, and linktree to promote the events we are involved in, co-hosting, or originating in the Brazos Valley area. Some of these are listed below.

Monthly ActivitiesUpcoming Events
1st Mondays: Parent’s Family and Friends Support Group
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2024 Pride Weekend
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1st Wednesdays: Profit Share at Grub Burger Bar
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2024 Pride Masquerade Gala
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2nd Mondays: Gender Affirming Support Group
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2024 Pride Outober Festival
details coming soon
3rd Tuesdays: Coffee Shop Social
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4th Thursdays: Queer Lit Lounge
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Volunteer

Please fill out and submit the form below to volunteer for an upcoming event or one of our committees. Your volunteership is important to us. If your employer has a matching volunteer program, please let us know by emailing the details to volunteer@pridecc.org

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES ARE ON A ROLLING BASIS, STAY TUNED ON OUR SOCIAL MEDIA TO GET INVOLVED.
Activity SignUp
2024 General Volunteering Sign Up Form
2024 Pride Weekend Sign Up Form
2024 Pride Gala Planning Committee Sign Up Form
2024 Outober Festival Planning Committee Sign Up Form
Become a Youth Facilitator email: info@pridecc.org

Testimonials

The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley would like to sincerely thank The Pride Community Center for their kindness, professionalism, and willingness to share their knowledge and lived experiences with our staff during our staff wide training. Katrina and the PCC staff made staff feel welcome, and encouraged staff to share their questions, and participate in discussions. Everyone from PCC was well versed in best practices and current research which helped our staff to better understand not only why creating community and allyship is important for the LGBTQ community, but how to do so. 

Hannah McCurrin
Director of Education
Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley