Forms for Family Week 2017 Volunteer Staff

For new staff: Reference form in PDF or Reference form in Word doc For ALL staff: Background Check form in PDF or Background Check form in Word Doc Resources: Fast Ferry Schedule for...

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Together, #WeAreCOLAGE
Nov30

Together, #WeAreCOLAGE

Thank you for your support on #GivingTuesday! With the support from our fundraising teams and many generous donors, we collectively raised over $6,000! A huge thank you to everyone who supported COLAGE yesterday during #GivingTuesday. We would not be here without the support, love, and dedication from you all! Collectively, we are in this together and moving forward, always. Take care and thank you! #WeAreCOLAGE   If you would...

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COLAGE is seeking Interns for 2017!
Nov30

COLAGE is seeking Interns for 2017!

Hey COLAGers! Check out our current 2017 internship opportunity based off of the Youth Leadership Track and apply today! COLAGE Programming Internship About the Internship: COLAGE is offering an 8-month part-time Program Internship that promotes the development of youth leadership and allows participants a hands-on look at the social justice non-profit field. This internship is a great way to build your skills and experience in...

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Giving Tuesday is Today! Join the movement: #WeAreCOLAGE
Nov29

Giving Tuesday is Today! Join the movement: #WeAreCOLAGE

Today, Tuesday, November 29th is #GivingTuesday! Support the #WeAreCOLAGE movement by making a donation to support our mission of empowering the 6 million+ youth with one or more LGBTQ parent. With your help we can continue to expand our national programming, offer extended resources to our communities and work towards further inclusion and equity in our work. Every dollar counts, thank...

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Building Bridges, Breaking Chains #COLAGErsUNITE
Sep23

Building Bridges, Breaking Chains #COLAGErsUNITE

As of today ( 9/23/2016), between 790-844 people living in the United States of America have been murdered by police according to databases maintained by The Guardian and The Washington Post. A disproportionate number of these people have been Native American and Black, making it clear that we can no longer refuse to see race, just as we we can no longer refuse to see blood in the streets. As COLAGErs, Queerspawn and COLAGE families...

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Join us in welcoming our new Development Director!
Aug30

Join us in welcoming our new Development Director!

Dear COLAGE Family and Partners, We have a very special announcement! COLAGE is welcoming a new team member to our work and community. L. A. McCrae joins us on September 1st as our Development Director, supporting our program expansion and visibility by helping COLAGE increase our capacity through resource development. L. A. will spend this fall, connecting with our current supporters and building out our networks of prospective...

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