York County Pride Vendors
The Rainbow Rose Center is grateful for the welcoming organizations and companies that support our community. We are excited to feature the following vendors as part of the first ever York County Pride, presented by WellSpan Health!
Check out their websites, Facebook pages, sign their petitions, and support those who support us.
Trans Minors Rights
Aims to empower transgender youth by allowing them make decisions regarding puberty blockers so that they have time to determine whether or not they’d like to transition.
Hanover Area Diversity Alliance
An organization dedicated to ending incidents of bias and discrimination in our community. We believe that diversity brings strength and creativity. Therefore, we promote equity and inclusion for ALL people regardless of race, ethnicity, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, or age.
York City local artist Shan-anigans, features watercolor, pen and ink drawings, and mixed media artwork that encompasses everything from cute and quirky to retro and vintage.
Use code PRIDE for 10% of your purchase through June 30, 2021.
With over 15 years in sales, Mason Luke offers an adult online shop with products and consultation specialty for the LGBTQ+ Community.
The website contains adult products for all genders and sexualities. Must be 18+ to enter site.
Diakon Adoption & foster Care
Part of an organization that has been Making Worlds Whole for children and youths for 150 years!
Today, from offices in central and eastern Pennsylvania, offers such services as…
- Foster care
- Foster care for medically fragile children
- Kinship care
Pressley Ridge provides individuals and families with hope and support through life’s challenges. We partner with families and meet them where they are, when they need it the most. Our 70+ programs share a common goal of establishing stable, healthy families and life-long connections that result in a successful, happy life.
The Cultural Alliance of York County
The Cultural Alliance of York County is South Central Pennsylvania’s only United Arts Fund. Cultural Alliance’s annual campaign powers arts organizations and artists that are essential to York’s cultural soul, and over the last 20 years has invested over $10.4 million in cash and $2.2 million in in-kind support for the arts. Under its new more inclusive and diverse operating model, The Cultural Alliance will be expanding its funding to further grow and strengthen arts and culture in York County.
Family First Health
Family First Health is a federally qualified health center (FQHC) that is accessible and community-minded. We take a beyond healthy approach that goes outside the confines of the doctor’s office. As an inclusive health care model, we put everyone first. We want happy, healthy patients who can live better lives in better health. We strive to build a healthy community by being the accessible York community health center.
They offer FREE, confidential HIV testing is open to the public Mondays and Fridays, 8:30am-3:30pm at their George Street Center on the 3rd floor.
Progressive Life Center (PLC)
Progressive Life Center believes that all children – including teens – need stability and love to grow and thrive. In York County alone, nearly 700 children and teens need temporary out-of-home placement each year. Your help is really needed, and that’s why PLC is opening up in office in York. PLC enhances the lives of children, youth, and families by providing human services that meet the psychological, spiritual, and cultural needs of those they serve.
York Jewish Community Center
The York JCC isn’t just “a gym.” They are so much more. They are a community. When you join the J, you join a place created for our members and the needs they have, whether that be fitness, educational, or cultural. They provide a supportive, inclusive environment that many of our members call “a home away from home.” At the York JCC, you belong. Everyone is welcome.
York JCC is excited to host the second annual Pancakes for Pride event on June 6, 2021! Check out their social media, and the Rainbow Rose Center, for additional details soon.
Bloomsburg University LGBTQA Resource Center
Through Student Affairs and the Office of the Dean of Students, the LGBTQA Resource Center is committed to making Bloomsburg University a safe and welcoming space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, and allied students. This is done through education, programming, advocacy, and public policy. The Office for LGBT Interests at Bloomsburg University opened in the spring of 2006 and became the LGBTQA Resource Center in Fall of 2013.