2023 LGBTQ Intergenerational Symposium:
September 23rd, 2023
Join us for the 2023 LGBTQ Intergenerational Symposium on September 23rd! The purpose of the Symposium is to bring together generations of the LGBTQ community and allies to have fun, connect, and learn. This virtual event will include a kickoff the night before, a keynote speaker, a wellness session, a panel, and a breakout session. This year’s theme is “Strengthening Generational Connections” which will be reflected in the panels and discussion sessions.
Everyone is welcome to join us for a day that will be packed full with learning, education, and fun! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-543-1778 x204 if you would like any additional information about the Symposium.
LGBTQ Social Hour
3rd Tuesday of the month from 6pm to 7:15pm
Open to all LGBTQ individuals
Participants will come together to connect with others, combat isolation, and foster relationships. To learn more contact email@example.com or call 202-543-1778 x204.
Brain Health Support Group
Anyone in the LGBTQ community impacted by dementia (self, caregivers, partner past or present, or anyone close to you) is invited to join us biweekly on Fridays between 1:00pm and 2:15pm for our Brain Health Support Group. This group will take place on zoom and has no age restriction. To register contact Sophia at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-543-1778 x204.
LGBTQ Programs Volunteer
We are always looking for individuals interested in supporting our LGBTQ programming! Volunteer tasks may include: assisting with general programming, outreach, our LGBTQ Intergenerational Symposium, and more. If you would like to become a LGBTQ Programs Volunteer, please contact Sophia at email@example.com or 202-543-1778 x204.
DC Villages Committee on Safe Spaces for LGBT Older Adults
The DC Villages Committee on Safe Spaces for LGBT Older Adults was developed to ensure Villages are spaces where LGBTQ older adults feel safe and welcome. Representatives from each of the Villages (Village employees, volunteers, or members, and may be in the LGBTQ community or an ally) are working on an ongoing basis to discuss strengths, areas in need for improvement and goals to work towards. The Committee seek guidance and tools from experts as well as volunteers within the LGBTQ community. If you are interested in learning more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-543-1778 x204.