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Latest Announcements
as of July 1st, 2023

We Moved to a New Location!  

You may have heard the news - our first home at the Lakeview Lutheran Church will soon be demolished to develop a new Accessible Affordable Housing Project.   


After 12 bright colorful years, YEPP services and programming have grown to require larger facilities. We are lucky to be staying in the neighborhood.  We are thrilled to announce that on June 16th we moved to our new home at the Broadway United Methodist Church (BUMC) at 3338 N. Broadway!  We are excited for the possibilities of the new space and partnership with the BUMC Family.  Stay tuned for more information, pictures, and video tour of the new space!   

Funding Our New Home  

As part of our relocation and immediate shift, we have unexpected changes in short-term and long-term expenses. We are reaching out to YOU and our trusted communities for financial support as part of our “Under the Rainbow” campaign.


With a simple donation to our Under the Rainbow GoFundMe Campaign, you will be greatly helping us during this relocation process, from rubble to rainbows. What a better way to celebrate the bold colors of PRIDE and to support our move to a new home!

New Director of Programs  

We are thrilled to introduce you to our newer Director of Programs: Grey!  Grey is a former YEPP participant, graduate of our Healing Performance Program, former participant of our Leadership Program, and first Chairperson of the YEPP Youth Advisory Board. To learn more about Grey, you can visit their Biography Here.           

Leadership Positions  

These are positions we are actively looking to fill. Find additional information and/or other opportunities listed on the Get Involved page.

Internship positions

Resource and Healing Advocate  This intern position is responsible for connecting participants with resources and opportunities to achieve the next level of self-sufficiency and stability. 

Services Support Specialist  This intern position is responsible for providing in-person assistance for young people navigating our support services. They will also facilitate workshops and/or conversations with young people during the Community Drop-In Arts Program. 


Volunteer positions

Family Meals & Groceries  The Family Meal is a wonderful keystone in our mission. Interested providers will prepare a hot meal of their choice for our small group and join in conversation with youth and team members prior to the program. If you're not able to join us all for a family meal, you're still welcome to provide a prepared meal or simply consider providing groceries for our Community Kitchen. 


Transport Support  Our mutual aid efforts are usually in need of community members that can transport (drive) donations from our space to young people's living spaces.  Occasionally, we also need transportation support to bring supplies for our events. 


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