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The same spirit that moves us to encourage and empower people in the realm of pleasure, inspires us to support non-profits and charities that provide sexual health and wellness services. For over 38 years we have partnered with thousands of local and national non-profit organizations with sponsorships and donation partnerships.

We strive to be an agent for social change through the lenses of sexuality, diversity and alternative business practices. Both within our organization, and throughout the communities we serve and in which we live, Good Vibrations is committed to fostering respect, promoting supportive communication, providing access to educational resources and strongly advocating for women in leadership roles.

100% of your contribution at check-out goes directly to our GiVe partners. In addition, Good Vibrations will match a portion of proceeds.

By donating products, advertising and sponsorship for fundraisers, along with a percentage of retail sales, we've provided much needed support for women's shelters, HIV/AIDS research, art programs, LGBT benefits, breast cancer awareness and much more. Unlike many other companies, we do not take any administrative fees or charges, and fully donate the contribution.

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From September 29th to December 31st, 2015, Good Vibrations' online customers can show their support for Planned Parenthood by making a financial gift donation at the time of their Good Vibrations purchase where 100% of their donation goes to Planned Parenthood.  Online shoppers can contribute directly at checkout:

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About Planned Parenthood:

Planned Parenthood is a trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world. Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women, men, and young people worldwide.

For nearly 100 years, Planned Parenthood has promoted a commonsense approach to women’s health and well-being, based on respect for each individual’s right to make informed, independent decisions about health, sex, and family planning.

While politicians in states across the country and in Washington, DC, are doing everything they can to force themselves between women and their doctors, we are fighting back. We’re calling for women’s full equality in health care access. And that call comes down to six things we know for sure about our health, and our lives

These six basic rights are central to freedom and opportunity for women and their families — rights we can’t afford to lose. These six values are based on what we’ve heard from Planned Parenthood’s 2.7 million patients, and what we’re pushing to guarantee for all of us.

During this time of year when pink ribbons are rampant for breast cancer awareness, Planned Parenthood actively educates women on breast health, self-exams, referrals to mammogram equipment, and helps them get resources to pay for those mammograms. Planned Parenthood does gynecological exams and more on premises and is huge about sex education and STD/STI screening. Defunding and closing down of Planned Parenthood affects low income women first and foremost.

You may also GiVe back when you visit one of our retail locations.

From September 29th to December 31st, 2015, our retail stores are proud to partner with these organizations:

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Jazzie’s Place: America’s First LGBTQ Shelter
Jazzie's Place, the first shelter in the country for the adult LGBTQ community. Operated by Dolores Street Community Services, and funded by both the city and private donations, Jazzie's Place seeks to be a safe haven from the fear and violence that the city's LGBTQ homeless population routinely experiences.

Jazzie’s Place opened its doors in the Mission District as the first LGBTQ adult emergency shelter in the nation! Jazzie’s Place is a new 24-bed shelter space aimed to serve the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, and gender non-conforming San Franciscans experiencing homelessness. There are separate sections for male-identified, female-identified, and gender non-conforming folks, so people will be able to self-identify which would be best suited for themselves. For LGBTQ-identified participants that we see here at Project Homeless Connect, this means finally feeling validated in their own experience and being accepted for who they are.

The shelter is named after Jazzie Collins, a transgender woman who fiercely advocated for LGBTQ housing and services until she passed away in 2013. Jazzie’s Place will continue her legacy by ensuring there is an emergency shelter where everyone feels safe. Though intended for those identifying as LGBTQ, Jazzie’s Place is a part of the overall San Francisco emergency shelter system and is open to all adults experiencing homelessness. Jazzie’s Place is housed within the Dolores Street Community Services Shelter. The goal of Wendy Phillips, Dolores Street’s Executive Director, is to assign LGBTQ-identified staff to the Jazzie’s Place shelter thereby prioritizing a safe environment for the community.

With nearly one in three homeless individuals identifying as LGBT in San Francisco*, the urgent need for LGBTQ-sensitive shelter services is clear. PHC’s LGBTQ-identified participants have shared with us that threat of discrimination and violence they face from others often keeps them from using the shelter system. Bevan Dufty, Director of Housing Opportunity, Partnerships & Engagement remarked, “This is so much more than 24 beds. This is a recognition that our services have not always been accessible to members of the LGBTQ community, because of hostility and ignorance. This is about a system recognizing the unique needs of LGBTQ individuals, particularly to be safe and welcomed.” While 24 beds is not nearly enough capacity for the need of LGBTQ shelter, it is a step forward in the right direction. Let’s celebrate Jazzie’s Place as an opportunity for community engagement around expanding safety-net services for the LGBTQ community here in San Francisco.

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Berkeley Good Vibrations Store:
Berkeley Free Clinic
The Berkeley Free Clinic is one of the only clinics in California offering primary health care free of charge. They rely solely on individual or organizational donations and government support. They believe health care should be available at a level and quality sufficien to meet the basic needs of everyone regardless of race, gender, age, immigration status, income level, or any other characteristic.

The mission of the Berkeley Free Clinic is to empower individuals and communities by providing accessible, client-centered health services and information. Since the Clinic opened, there has been an ever-present, albeit dynamic, need for its services as social conditions have undergone shifts and changes. It has become something of an icon in the area, and has served countless thousands in a variety of ways during its 45-year history. Its founding principles and structures survive to this day.

Health care is a basic human right and should not be linked to profit. Fees have never been charged for any services, medications, or supplies provided at the Berkeley Free Clinic. The Clinic relies solely on individual or organizational donations and government support. We are one of the only clinics in California offering primary health care free of charge. We maintain that health care should be available at a level and quality sufficient to meet the basic needs of everyone regardless of race, gender, age, immigration status, income level, or any other characteristic. Our philosophy is that health care is a right, not a privilege. We are strongly opposed to health care delivery as a profit-making industry.

A great deal of health care knowledge can and should be available and accessible to individuals such that they can have the power to recognize and respond to their own health issues. All services at the BFC emphasize education, self-knowledge, and increasing awareness and access to appropriate resources. Whenever possible, our goal is to demystify health care and other human services, both for the volunteer members of the Clinic and for clients. We believe that individuals and communities should be educated and empowered with regard to their health care. In practice, this means that we emphasize education and offer referrals to help meet any needs that are outside the scope of our services. We attempt to include our clients in their own care by inviting their input and observations, and by fully describing possible solutions to their concerns.

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NIA Collective
Helping to empower lesbians of african descent
NIA Collective's mission is to build a network through self-definition, self acceptance and acceptance of each other as lesbians, as people of African descent and as women. They relentlessly strive to provide a safe space for intergenerational spiritual enrichment and empowerment for the LGBTQ community.

NIA Collective was created by and for Lesbians of African descent. The organization was founded in 1987 during the Black Caucus at the Lesbian of Color Conference in San Francisco. The word “NIA” was chosen for its meaning, purpose, in the Swahili language. African Americans are familiar with the term as the fifth principle of Kwanzaa, the Winter Harvest celebration.

To Collectively build a network through self-definition, self acceptance and acceptance of each other as lesbians, as people of African descent and as women. We relentlessly strive to provide a safe space for intergenerational spiritual enrichment and empowerment for the LGBTQ community.

We envision meeting the needs of lesbians of African descent throughout the year by fully commiting to excellence in social, political, educational and spiritual participation within our community. We encourage allies of NIA to collaborate, sponsor, and participate in all of our events.

It is our mission to maintain the following principles at NIA so that we stay true to our vision:

  • To promote love, honor, solidarity, and integrity among Lesbians of African descent, in our communities and in our society;
  • To produce and provide an annual egalitarian retreat or gathering to affirm the existence of Lesbians of African Descent through a spiritual, social, and educational milieu;
  • To offer community-based outreach which encompasses networking opportunities, social and cultural events and economic awareness for Lesbians of African Descent;
  • To provide support for Lesbians of African Descent of all ages to foster self-esteem, visibility, self-acceptance and empowerment;
  • To encourage and nurture educational assistance through mentoring and scholarships for Lesbians of African Descent; and to aid in fostering personal and professional enrichment.

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Boston Good Vibrations Store:
Fenway Health
The mission of Fenway Health is to enhance the wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all people in our neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy.

For more than forty years, Fenway Health has been working to make life healthier for the people in our neighborhood, the LGBT community, people living with HIV/AIDS and the broader population. Fenway was founded in 1971 as part of the free clinic movement by students who believed that “health care should be a right, not a privilege.”

In its early days, Fenway was a drop-in clinic providing free blood pressure checks and STD screenings. Over the years, Fenway obtained permanent space and incorporated as a freestanding health center with a staff of one volunteer doctor, one nurse and one intake worker. Today, Fenway Health has a budget of more than $70 million, a staff of 500 and a patient population of more than 24,000.

Fenway Health is a Federally Qualified Community Health Center.

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Palo Alto Good Vibrations Store:
Billy De Frank Center
The Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center opened its doors on March 1, 1981 in a two-room storefront on Keyes St. in south downtown San Jose. A year earlier, the DeFrank Center's founders had watched with concern as Santa Clara County residents voted to repeal ordinances extending housing and employment protections to lesbians and gay men. The new DeFrank Center emerged from a desire to respond to this setback. As its first visitors entered they crossed the threshold to a new era of possibility for the gay and lesbian community of the South Bay, and they celebrated an important victory. Since then, the DeFrank Center has continued to inspire purposeful action and ensure a safe place to gather for all in our community. More than two decades have passed since those modest beginnings on Keyes St. Today the Billy DeFrank Center serves a large and diverse community. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people of all ages and backgrounds find resources at the Center that are not available elsewhere.

Through collaboration and unity, the Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center strives to provide a diverse platform for our community to meet, learn, be challenged and grow. The Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center strives to be the community's premier resource hub and a recognized leader in promoting health, strength, diversity and inclusiveness.

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Past GiVe Sponsorships

GiVe 2014/2015

Transgender Law Center:
Billy DeFrank Community Center:
Rafiki Coalition:
Planned Parenthood Northern California:
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts:
National Breast Cancer Coalition:
Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center:
Planned Parenthood Shasta Pacific:
AIDS Project East Bay:
Fenway Health:
Brookline Community Mental Health Center:
Berkeley Free Clinic:
Access Women's Health Justice:
Women's Community Clinic:
Planned Parenthood Mar Monte:
Pacific Center:

GiVe 2013

SF Bike Coalition:
Fenway Health:
Clark University Choices sex toy bingo
DIFFA San Francisco (Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS)
Camp Queer:
National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC)
SF Women Against Rape:
SF Beautiful:
Law Students for Reproductive Justice (LSRJ)
Virago Theatre:
AIDS Project of the East Bay:
Our Bodies, Ourselves:
Marriage Equality USA:
The Alternative Sexualities Health Research Alliance (TASHRA)
Woman Power Retreat, a retreat for HIV+ women from the rocky mountain, pacific northwest and plains states.
The Women's Building
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Inc.
Butch Voices:
NARAL Pro-Choice America:
Venus' Playground at Folsom:
ACCESS Women's Health Justice:
The One Fund Boston, Inc.:

Rainbow Toastmasters:
KPFA Pacifica Radio
The Sundance Association for Country-Western Dancing
Delivering Innovations in Supportive Housing
Glide HIV Services:
Bay Area Young Survivors (BAYS)
Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition:
Stop Our Silence at MIT
SF LGBT Center
The Vagina Monologues at UC Berkeley
Western Regional LGBTQIA Conference 2013
Planned Parenthood Shasta Pacific:
Planned Parenthood Mar Monte
Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts
Planned Parenthood National
National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC)

GiVe 2012

San Francisco Yellow Bike Project
Kumba Films - [SSEX BBOX]:  
The Boston Dyke March:
ACCESS Women's Health Justice:
AIDS Project East Bay:
La Casa de las Madres :
The Custom Made Theatre Co.
Brown Box Theatre Project:
National Sexuality Research Center's Summer Institute:
SaveNature.Org: SaveNature.Org
Berkeley Law Queer Caucus:
Muni Diaries:
Spectrul LGBT Center :
California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (project of the Tides Center):
REACH Peer Education at Endicott College:
San Francisco Women Against Rape:
Tufts University Voices for Choice:
Women Organized to Resist Life Threatening Disease (WORLD)
The Vagina Monologues performance at The Women's Building: www.
Sex Week at Harvard:
Pine Manor College Health and Wellness Center:
Bay Area Women Against Rape (BAWAR)
Vagina Monologues UC Hastings to benefit Lyon-Martin Health Services
Boston Community Production of The Vagina Monologues
Golden Gate Mothers Group:
The Eastern Massachusetts Abortion Fund
Asian Pacific Islander Queer Women & Transgender Community (APIQWTC)
The Phoenix Community Center in Springfield, Illinois:
BORP (Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program):

UCSF Nursing Students for Choice/Medical Students for Choice:
Clark University VOX: Voices For Planned Parenthood
Bikes Not Bombs:
Ruraq Maki:
People's Grocery
Old Lesbians Organizing for Change:
Femme Conference 2012
Oakland's 19th Annual Bike to Work Day
FWOD Oakland is an all ladies and transgender bike club
AIDS/LifeCycle bike ride benefiting  the SF AIDS Foundation and the LA Gay and Lesbian Center:
TGI Justice Project:
2nd Annual Tami and Lofty Memorial Run
Benefit for Samantha Lien:
Impact Theatre:
Planned Parenthood of New York City:
Folsom Street Events - Venus' Playground:
American Conservatory Theater:
Sins Invalid:
NARAL Pro-Choice California:
Glide Health Services HIV Prevention Services:
Slut Walk San Francisco
The Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance:
Positive Resource Center:
The Bare Chest Calendar:
POWER; People Organized to Win Employments Rights:
Justice Now
Northeastern University Students for Choice (Planned Parenthood VOX Group):
Kean University Health Services:
Bike Smut:
Breast Cancer Resource

GiVe 2011

Fenway Health
Girls Reclaiming Revolutionary Recreational Learning (GRRRL)San Francisco LGBT Community Center:
The Vagina Monologues at Simmons College in Boston benefiting Girl’s LEAP (Lifetime Empowerment & Awareness Program)
Huck Cancer Ultimate Frisbee Tournament:
Golden State Gay Rodeo Association:
Project HIV (a project of American Pharmacists Association at UCSF)
The Center for Independence, Inc.
Reilly Productions/Avon Breast Cancer Walk
UMASS Lowell “Sexapalooza”  
AIDS Project of the East Bay:
Cinema Speakeasy: San Francisco
Vagina Monologues Production -- Donating to W.O.M.A.N. Inc.:
Family Service Network, a project of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Annual Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Health Fair.
AIDS Action Committee of Massachussetts:
SFC Riders bike riding team for the American Diabetes Association: Tour de Cure:
Yerba Buena Community Benefits
Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition:
Breast Cancer Fund:
Subterranean Arthouse:
Central City Hospitality
Community United Against Violence / Safetyfest 2011:
UC Davis - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center: 
Ohio Smart:
East Bay Sanctuary Covenant:
Harvard Law Students for Reproductive Justice: Harvard_Law_Students_for_Reproductive_Justice
Planned Parenthood Shasta Pacific:
Community United Against Vioence:
Rainforest Action Network:
Gay & Lesbian Sierrans (GLS), Sierra Club SF Bay Chapter:
Rainforest Action Network:
The Brown Boi Project:
Boston College's campus called Sex Toy Bingo
Meals On Wheels of San
Bachelors for Breasts benefiting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation:
Berkeley Meals on Wheels:
Our Bodies Ourselves:
The Greater Boston Food Bank:
The UCSF Carol Franc Buck Breast Health center:
The Phone Booth Benefits Tenderloin Tessie's:
The Middle Polk Neighborhood Association:
Sex Worker’s Outreach Project:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rainbow Lounge:
Brava theater for Women in the Arts:

Queer Women of Color Film Festival:
Breast Cancer Action:
SSSS Western Region Conference:
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT):
East Bay Bicycle Coalition:
POWER (People Organized to Win Employment Rights):
National Sexuality Resource Center: /
Queer Women in Music-Boston Queerpalooza
San Francisco Dykes on Bikes® :
Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts:
Writers With Drinks - Proceeds to the Center for Sex & Culture: &
I Bike SF:
Causa Justa: Just Cause:
Berkeley Free Clinic:
San Francisco Sex Worker Film and Arts Festival:
California Association of Midwives:
AIDS/LifeCycle/San Francisco AIDS Foundation:
Queer Dancers Ballroom Association: 
San Jose Pride:  
Planned Parenthood Mar Monte:
Female Sexuality DeCal, UC Berkeley:
The Rumpus:
Earthquake fund for the city of Christchurch, New Zealand
Boston College Students for Sexual Health
Burlesque Hall of Fame (BHoF) Reunion and Pageant:
Fresh Meat Festival:
The Women’s Community Clinic:
Lucy Parsons Center:
The Women's Building:
The Pacific Center:
Sistahs Steppin in Pride: 
San Francisco AIDS Foundation:
LGBT Aging Project:
San Francisco Women Against Rape:
Marriage Equality
Positive Resource Center:
Green Corps:
TGI Justice Project:
AIDS Walk San Francisco:
TransFix: Skillsharing For The Trans Community:
Educational Network for Global and Grassroots Exchange (ENGAGE)
Femina Potens:
Choice USA:
Rock Make:
Woodhull Sexual Freedom alliance:
2012 Bare Chest Calendar Men
National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC): 
20th anniversary of Woman Power, an annual retreat for HIV+ women in Montana at the Feathered Pipe Ranch. 
Back on My Feet - Boston Chapter
The Sundance Association for Country-Western Dancing:
The St. James Infirmary:

GiVe 2010

Fresh Meat
Acupuncture Kitchen
Hand to Hand Kajukenbo Self Defense Center
Dykes on Bikes®
Pip Squeak A Go Go benefit for Cure JM
The Kinsey Institute
Tech Free Day
Brothers of Sigma Epsilon Omega gay fraternity at UC Berkeley
Diffuse 5
Cleis Press
AIDS Lifecycle (“Debauchery”)
Boxcar Theatre
The Theater Offensive (Cambridge, MA)
I Bike SF
Crowded Fire Theater
Lusty Lady
Marriage Equality USA
SF Trans March
Educational Network for Global and Grassroots Exchange (ENGAGE) and their partner organization, the Khon Kaen Education Initiative (KKEI)
Whore Magazine
The Kariua Project
Denver Health Hospital Authority (sex ed)
SF Department of Public Health & STD Prevention & Control Services
She Devils Motorcycle Club representing Deaf-Hope
The Custom Made Theatre Co.
San Francisco Women's Community Clinic
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts
Berkeley Free Clinic
SF Bicycle Coalition
Stanford School of Medicine's chapter of Medical Students for Choice
Transgender Law Center
Middle Polk Neighborhood Association
Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco
Casa Myrna Vazquez
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Golden Gate Business Association
GAYLESTA (Gay and Lesbian Therapist Organization)
Kaiser Permanente Northern California Women's Health
Celebration of Craftswomen, Women’s Building
Ivy Alumni & Friends: a network of non-profit LGBTQA alumni associations from the Ivy League universities, Seven Sister schools, and Bay Area universities.
The She People
Gay & Lesbian Sierrans, the first and largest gay & lesbian activity section of the national Sierra Club
SF Women Against Rape
Live your best Sex Life
BCSSH (BC students for sexual health)

Lyon-Martin Health Services
Artist talk by Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens at The Lab
Mangos With Chili, a Bay Area-based queer and trans people of color performing arts collective supporting CUAV and Safetyfest
Sexual Health Education & Empowerment Council (at Brown University)
St. James Infirmary
Sins Invalid
California Association of Midwives
My Sucky Valentine event at the Center for Sex and Culture
Amnesia Bar (GV event venue) Fundraiser for Partners in Health, a worldwide organization based in Haiti, Africa, Peru, Russia and the US that aims to end preventable disease (AIDS, TB, etc) in poverty-stricken areas
Avon Breast Cancer Foundation
GV presenter Megan Andalloux’s Sex Trivia Fundraiser for the Rhode Island V-Day Campaign
Silicon Valley Roller Girls San Jose "F*ck Valentine's Day" fundraiser - a benefit for a friend of GV who is a single mom with cancer
Mustaches for Medicine is a completely volunteer run non-profit established to raise funds and awareness in the Boston area for a number of local and international public health organizations, through Tufts University School of Medicine
East Oakland Community Project an emergency shelter that provides housing referrals, meals and safe sex materials to our residents Feminist Jewish magazine
San Francisco AIDS Foundation
Holistic Honu Wellness Center, Berkeley, CA
Denver Health Hospital Authority – safe sex program
“For Fuck's Sake” erotic education art show, showcasing the literary, visual and performance pieces of over 30 Bay Area artists at the Sub-Mission gallery in SF
F*ckbucket: an evening of sexy-time games, dirty charades, sex-slang, balderdash, trivia, contests, special guests (sexperts, performers, other personalities)at the Savant Project in Boston
Glide HIV Services (a subset of Glide Health Services)
National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC)
The Phoenix Center
Love Triangle SF
Festival of the Babes lesbian soccer tournament
Liquid Assets New England Swimming
The Sundance Association for Country-Western Dancing
Bisexual Resource Center of Boston
Sins Invalid
NYC Sex Bloggers Calendar
Back on My Feet - Boston Chapter

GiVe 2009

Sonoma Gay Pride Berkeley, CA
Woman Power Retreat/Lewis and Clark AIDS Project, Helena, MT 59601 (no website)
San Francisco Women Against Rape
Come Together For Richmond Jane Doe benefit JD, the young lesbian who was beaten and raped by four men in a brutal hate crime, last December, in Richmond (no website)
Friends and Family is an electronic music collective that has been putting on a large scale summer campout for the past 12 years. Profits made from our events are donated to charity. Last year we donated $3k to "A Safe Place" (a women's shelter) in Oakland.
The East Oakland Commuinty Project/Crossroads
Law Students for Reproductive Justice (
Vagina Monologues We were able to raise over 2000 dollars for women in the Democratic Republic of Congo and San Francisco Women Against Rape
California State University, East Bay, Student Health Services
Trans/Gender Variant and Intersex Justice Project
Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project
Center for Ecosystem Survival
Jewcy Magazine

VOX Voices for Planned Parenthood at the University of Central Florida
Latinos en Extasis, Mission Neighborhood Health Center
San Francisco State University Department of Sexuality Studies
Lux Killmore Entertainment and Keptone Films
Sundance Stompede
USF Law School Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF)
HAART – Hawyard, Humanistic Alternatives to Addiction Research and Treatment
SF LGBT Community Center
Radcliffe Union of Students – Harvard College student group
Femina Potens Gallery
APIQWTC (Asian pacific Islander Queer Women and Transgender Community)
AIDS Emergency Fund, SF CA
Sonoma International Film Festival
Gay & Lesbian Sierrans
Homo A Go Go
Oakland East Bay Men’s Chorus
Level playing Field Institute


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