• New name, new look, new initiatives

    The Richmond Gay Community Foundation and
    The Gay Richmond Community Center are now

    Diversity Richmond

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Latest News

  • GCCR announces new name, celebrates with full house

    Thank you to the hundreds of people who joined the celebration April 15 as we rolled out our new brand, celebrated trailblazers and acknowledged the good work of so many wonderful organizations. Read More
  • “Diversity Richmond” Announces $33,000 in Community Contributions and Unveils New Name and Look

    For more than 10 years, the Richmond Gay Community Foundation and its rainbow-hued community center on Sherwood Avenue have been at the epicenter of progress for Richmond’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered Read More
  • Our Truck … the Lifeblood of Diversity Thrift

    It may sound crazy, but we have always had a love affair with our Diversity Thrift truck. Read More
  • New logo honors the past, embraces the future

    The purpose of changing our name and logo was to signify inclusivity that wasn’t previously overt in our former name. Read More
  • Robyn Bentley joins our Board

    We are very pleased to announce that Robyn Bentley has joined the board of directors of Diversity Richmond. Read More
  • Rodney Lofton joins Diversity Richmond Board

    We are very pleased to announce that Rodney Lofton has joined the board of directors of Diversity Richmond. Read More
  • Robyn Bentley selected as AARP Diversity Team Advisor

    SAGE Chair Robyn Bentley has been selected as an AARP Diversity Team Advisor representing Central Virginia SAGE and Diversity Richmond. Read More
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EVENTS!

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Recent Facebook posts

  • SAGE sponsors panel discussion on ageism

    The term “ageism” refers to prejudice and discrimination against older people based on the belief that aging makes people less attractive, intelligent, sexual and productive. This event, sponsored by SAGE, features a panel conversation on the topic. Panelists include Tracey Gendron, Beth Marschak, Angie Phelon, Lurene Reck, and Jerry Williams.

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  • Richmond TG prom 2015

    Sat. April 25, 2015 • 9 pm - 1 am

    The TG Prom is an annual event that provides a safe space for TLGB people and allies, age 21 or older, to relive their prom experience. Advance tickets may be purchased at Diversity Thrift, Babe’s of Carytown, or online here.

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  • SAGE sponsors panel discussion on ageism

    The term “ageism” refers to prejudice and discrimination against older people based on the belief that aging makes people less attractive, intelligent, sexual and productive. This event, sponsored by SAGE, features a panel conversation on the topic. Panelists include Tracey Gendron, Beth Marschak, Angie Phelon, Lurene Reck, and Jerry Williams.

    Read More
  • Richmond TG prom 2015

    Sat. April 25, 2015 • 9 pm - 1 am

    The TG Prom is an annual event that provides a safe space for TLGB people and allies, age 21 or older, to relive their prom experience. Advance tickets may be purchased at Diversity Thrift, Babe’s of Carytown, or online here.

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NOH8

Take a stand against bullying and discrimination Learn More

B4UNOIT

“Before You Know It,” movie and discussion Learn More

CzarBall Promo

Czar Ball and election of Emperor and Empress IV Learn More

 
Partners in Progress

$33,000+ in community grants awarded

Check out the latest Partners in Progress

Partners in Progress

$33,000+ in community grants awarded

Check out the latest Partners in Progress

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