News & Events

LGBTQ Advocacy Day in Sacramento is May 21!

Since the election of Donald Trump, the LGBTQ community and our allies have faced some of our greatest challenges in decades -- that's why it's crucial that we make our voices heard in Sacramento and call on our elected officials to take action!  Join...

As Discrimination Continues, We Wait For The Supreme Court to Act

“Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people continue to be at risk for discrimination in their daily lives, even at their most painful moments, like when burying a loved one. People think discrimination like this couldn’t happen, but it does and it did ... a...

Case Western Reserve University Online Study

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University are conducting an online study of the experiences of transgender, gender non-binary, genderqueer, gender nonconforming, and gender fluid adults. The study involves completing online questionnaires about your experiences...

AIDS isn’t Over… But it Could Be

Join us as we partner with GAIA (Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance) and the Global Public Health Department of Dominican University to present a free film screening, live panel and Q and A.

Annual Highlights

The LGBT Senior Steering Committee formed as the outgrowth of our Senior Needs Assessment Lunch in October 2016. The committee divided in two, one focusing on LBGT social activities and the other on program and service needs and fundraising. Four LGBT senior luncheons...

Marin nonprofit part of global effort to end AIDS

In Marin County, there are some 648 individuals living with HIV while in the Republic of Malawi, a country in southeastern Africa, about a million people are believed to be infected. Despite the vast difference in the number of people affected, those...

Marin Voice: AIDS Day a time to assess and continue progress

World AIDS Day is Dec. 1, a day when we recognize the impact of HIV/AIDS in this country and around the world. It’s a day to think about all those who have been lost, but also to recognize the medical advances that have been achieved in the past 10 years....

Open Mic: The Gender of Things

Gender— its meaning, its expression, its categories — has become a cultural flashpoint today. Inviting free expression and open discussion of the personal experience of gender, the Library will host an open mic afternoon emceed by Marin Poet Laureate...

World AIDS Day 2017

World AIDS Day is December 1st, a day when we recognize the impact of HIV/AIDS in this country and around the world. It’s a day to think about all those who have been lost, but also to recognize the medical advances that have been achieved in the last ten years....

November 20th is Transgender Day of Remembrance

Rev. Dr. Erin Swenson Preaches on Transgender Day of Remembrance All are welcome to join us on Monday, November 20th! In partnership with the Center for Innovation in Ministry, and the Jane Adams Spahr Reconciliation Project, SFTS welcomes guest preacher Rev. Dr. Erin...