Napa County's LGBTQ Hub

Napa County, California is only about an hour north of San Francisco, but it can seem like worlds apart in terms of visibility and acceptance for the estimated 11,000 lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) people that call Napa County home. To that end, LGBTQ Connection is developing a vibrant community while increasing inclusion and well-being for LGBTQ people across Napa County. LGBTQ Connection promotes LGBTQ leadership, supports underserved people, develops partnerships, builds the community's capacity to include and welcome LGBTQ people, increases visibility and serves as Napa County's LGBTQ hub.

Recent Big News

Faces & Places

Ian Stanley and Vanessa Cavallaro, of Napa's LGBTQ Connection, joined thousands of attendees at Creating Change, the National Conference on LGBT Equality, in Read More >>

Middle school protest draws about 300 students in support of gay couple

Redwood Middle School demonstration prompted by social media postBy Isabelle Dills Read More >>

We've been chosen, now show SF that Napa's got pride

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LGBTQ Connection launches leadership project

by Napa Register Staff Napa’s LGBTQ Connection, along with its nonprofit parent organization On The Move, is launching a yearlon Read More >>

LGBTQ Connection launching development program for emerging LGBTQ leaders in Solano, Napa, Sonoma & Marin Counties

LGBTQ “On The Verge” Cohort – Launching Spring 2014 Read More >>
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