Allies & Advocates
Thank you for working to learn more about the LGBTQ+ community and our culture.
Thank you for volunteering with or attending Pride as an ally.
Thank you for caring for an LGBTQ+ youth who felt like they had no where else to turn.
Thank you for speaking out in favor of marriage equality, LGBTQ+ civil rights protections, and transgender rights.
Thank you for understanding "Love Is Love" is more than a slogan.
With allies like you at our side, we have come far, but there is still so much further to go. We encourage you to explore the groups below for opportunities to volunteer with and connect with the LGBTQ+ community.
We need allies like you more than ever, so thank you.
Kitsap Transgender Community Group
Kitsap Transgender Community is a group of trans folk from all walks of life, and the allies that support us. We meet in Bremerton 2-3 times per month (please contact us for information), to share experiences, concerns, trials, happy moments, milestones in transition, etc.
Bainbridge Pride is a page that focuses on keeping LGBTQ members and allies on in the Bainbridge Island community connected and helps promote involvement in the Community and in the Arts.
PFLAG Bremerton/Kitsap County
Kitsap & National
PFLAG is the first and largest organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) people, their parents and families, and allies.
Kitsap Pride's mission is to celebrate, support, and unite the LGBTQ+ community in Kitsap County. They work with other groups to achieve their goals, including hosting a Pride celebration every summer.
Cloud Cover Community
Cloud Cover Community is a non-profit organization of volunteers working to support LGBTQIA+ folx and the community.
This includes information, discourse, meetings, and peer support. We do this through Community Meetings. We gather together to connect, create, and encourage community.
Based in Clallam County, Washington, we are currently holding Community Meetings in Sequim and Port Angeles. Please check our Facebook page for events.
Teen Talking Circles
The Teen Talking Circle mission is to educate, inspire, empower youth; foster partnerships across genders, generations, and cultures, and support youth activism. "By modeling wholeness, compassion, and inclusiveness, talking circles help young people develop mature identities and form healthy relationships at home, at work, and in society, providing a foundation for a more cooperative, caring world." Founded on Bainbridge Island in 1993.