Since 1997, PRC has been the beneficiary of the largest LGBT country dance event in San Francisco. Exhibition dance performances 8-9 pm, entertainment through the night, two rooms of dancing, silent auction. Click here for tickets.Find out more »
Did OktoberFest leave you wanting more? Beer, that is. We got you covered. Join PRC at the SF Eagle on Sunday, November 10. For $15, you get your fill of beer or soft drinks plus a taco bar from our friends at Azucar Lounge. Not tempted yet? The Bare Chest Calendar Men will be selling raffle tickets (the inseam is the best value!) and Jello shots. All proceeds PRC's programs for people with HIV/AIDS, mental health, and/or substance use issues.…Find out more »
Songs of the Season returns to Feinstein’s at the Nikko for a yuletide celebration for all benefitting PRC. Hosted by Brian Kent, don’t miss this merry evening music and mirth (with a shaker of sass) featuring Donna Sachet, Leanne Borghesi, Kippy Marks, Kenny Nelson, Dan O'Leary, Breanna Sinclair, and Sister Roma. For information on VIP / Section 1 seating, please contact Cal Callahan, PRC Director of Community Engagement at email@example.com. Tickets are available here.Find out more »
We’re shimmying it up this year! Hosts Gary Virginia and Donna Sachet will bring their legendary Pride Brunch to your home as they get saucy and battle it off in the kitchen, competing for the title of Pride Brunch Top Chef. Tune-in live on Saturday, June 27 to vote and be the judge yourself! The virtual event will celebrate 50 years of San Francisco Pride with the Grand Marshals of the Pride Parade. Pride Brunch continues to be the event…Find out more »
AIDS WALK SAN FRANCISCO: LIVE AT HOME:
United by a common cause and undaunted by the COVID-19 pandemic, AIDS Walk San Francisco and AIDS Walk New York have teamed up for the first-ever collaboration: AIDS Walk: Live at Home, a 90-minute, livestreamed virtual event on Sunday, July 19 at 10 am.
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Join us for a roundtable discussion: the COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare the stark inequities in health and healthcare across our communities. Decades of research on social determinants support that factors other than biology may play a significant role in determining one’s health. This has been illustrated throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, as communities of color have been more vulnerable to the worst outcomes.Find out more »