Kitsap Pride’s mission is to celebrate, support, and unite the LGBTQ+ community in Kitsap County.
Last year we pivoted to a Drive Thru Pride event and sent Pride in a Box home to our socially distant friends. We were able to pull it off thanks to the generous donations from our community. Thank you!
It’s early giving time and we’d appreciate your support again. Donations make it possible for us to respond to the ever changing conditions and to ensure we can do things like providing free Pride kits to all the youth who attend.
This year we’re giving thanks for our chosen families who we may not be able to gather with in person but we know that we are in each others’ hearts.
We’re giving thanks to our volunteers who navigated shifting phases to think about how we could have a Pride celebration.
We’re giving thanks to our local LGBTQ+ community who have shown so much love and support throughout. Thank you for the donations and well wishes. We feel blessed.
We’re giving thanks to our sponsors who stood by us with flexibility and understanding. A huge thank you to the Suquamish Tribe, the Port Gamble S’Klallams Tribe, the Washington Health Benefit Exchange, UnitedHealthcare, Kitsap Public Health District, and Sirens.
And we’re giving thanks that 2021 is shaping up to be an entirely different year filling our hearts with so much hope.
Kitsap Pride is distributing free Pride Masks on Friday, September 4, 2020 from 5pm to 7pm in downtown Bremerton. We had originally planned for these to be in the Drive-Thru Pride boxes so we are offering them free to the community.
Limit one per person while supplies last!
Free Pride Mask Friday, September 4th, from 5pm to 7pm 532 5th St, Bremerton, WA 98337
Update: We have now sold out of pre-orders! Due to overwhelming demand we won’t have any available for people who do not already have a reservation.
Join Kitsap Pride at our reimagined Drive Thru Pride festival.
Reserve your Pride in a Box for just $20. Pick it up Saturday, July 18 from Noon to 2 p.m. at Pendergast Park in Bremerton. We’ll have a special treat for the first hundred decorated cars and a special kids box for the first fifty kids.
Due to the current necessary restrictions we are not going to be able to hold our traditional Pride celebration in Evergreen Park this year.
However, we wanted to let you all know that we are working on some exciting ideas for meaningful ways in which we can celebrate our local LGBTQ+ community.
We aren’t ready to let them out of the box just yet.
Stay tuned on Facebook for announcements of our local ideas and news about how the regional, national, and even worldwide Pride organizations are coming together this year.
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