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Long Island Pride 5K - Saturday June 22nd
5K - 9:00 am ($25 by June 20th at midnight, $30 day-of)
Kids Fun Run - 8:30am - FREE!
Race registration/check in at Laurelton Blvd and West Broadway.
Race begins just east of Lindell Blvd and goes to Neptune Blvd and returns back to race end at Laurelton Blvd.
About The Network
The LGBT Network is an association of non-profit organizations working to serve the LGBT community of Long Island and Queens throughout the lifespan: Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth (LIGALY), The Long Island LGBT Community Center (The Center), Services and Advocacy for LGBT Elders – Long Island (SAGE-LI), and the Queens LGBT Community Center (Q Center).
LIGALY is the original organization of The Network as it was founded in 1993 and is nationally known for its work with LGBT youth in the areas of education, advocacy, youth leadership and development and support. The Center and SAGE-LI along with the Network was founded in 2005 to unite these non-profits to help more LGBT people across the lifespan and create a cost efficient way of serving the Long Island LGBT Community.
With shared administrative staff between all organizations, this structure eliminates duplication of administrative and executive staff thereby allowing each organization of The Network to share resources. This unique model reduces overhead costs and expenses and as a result more than 80 cents of every dollar raised are channeled directly into critical programs and services for Long Islanders of all ages and walks of life.
Together, each organization works within The Network to end homophobia and transphobia, to provide a home and safe space for the LGBT community, and to advocate for equality.
Since 2012, The Network also produces the annual Pride Parade and PrideFest celebration every June and Living Out magazine each month. Both Pride and Living Out build community and celebrate our identities while also providing visibility to our movement.
Presented by the LGBT Network, this fast and flat run / walk will take place on the scenic boardwalk in Long Beach, NY. Proceeds will go to support the many programs and initiatives of the LGBT Network across Long Island. Age group awards, refreshments and event shirts for those who register online by 5/29 at midnight.
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