In 1994, several community organizations in the City of Boulder collaborated on a series of events to celebrate Gay Pride. This collective was called Boulder Pride. As the LGBTQ community grew, the need for Boulder Pride to broaden its purpose grew as well. In 1999, Pride became a state tax-exempt organization. In 2001, Pride received a three year grant from the Gill Foundation to secure a community center and start offering services to the LGBT community. The Community Center opened officially in 2004 and Pride began offering direct services to LGBT youth in Boulder County. Through the consistent and dedicated efforts of Boulder Pride's board, staff, and community, Boulder Pride has steadily grown every year, thus, being able to provide a more diverse array of services and programs to its constituents.
Mission: The vision of Out Boulder is that Boulder County serves as a model of equality, respect, and well-being for LGBTQ people.
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