Dignity Health - Northridge Hospital Medical Center and CSUN Pride Center partner to raise money to support LGBTQIA+ students, faculty, and staff.
Your donation can make a difference for the LGBTQIA+ community at CSUN. Below are examples of how your donation can make a difference:
- $50 – Provides about 1 week of refreshments at the Pride Center for students in need
- $100 – Provides a student with professional attire for a job interview
- $250 – Allows a student to attend a local LGBTQIA+ leadership conference
- $500 – Supports a transgender student with money towards a legal name change
- $1,000 – Provides a scholarship to one student for an academic year
Northridge Hospital Medical Center (NHMC) is recognized as a Healthcare Equality Leader by the Human Rights Campaign, which is the nation’s largest LGBTQIA+ organization. The Healthcare Equity Index is the nation’s foremost benchmarking survey of healthcare facilities on policies and practices dedicated to the equitable treatment and inclusion of their LGBTQIA+ patients, visitors, and employees.
As a Healthcare Equality Leader 2022, and guided by our mission to improve the health of the people we serve, especially those who are vulnerable while we advance social justice for all, NHMC is joining the CSUN Pride Center to make a difference in the lives of LGBTQIA+ students, faculty, and staff.
The CSUN Pride Center’s celebrates their 10-year anniversary. The mission of the CSUN Pride Center is to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA+) students, faculty and staff, through programming and educational outreach, to improve the campus climate for LGBTQIA+ individuals as well as advocate for the respect and safety of all members of the campus community. Over the past 10 years, the Pride Center has offered more than 1,500 programs and services serving more than 50,000 participants. Below are recent Pride Center programs:
The Pride Center offers a variety of programs and services include, but are not limited to, discussion groups, a peer mentor program, professional development workshops, sexual health resources, and a comfortable lounge space where students can connect and find community. Throughout the pandemic, the Pride Center continued to support the LGBTQIA+ community by offering virtual programs and when it was safe to do so, returning to in-person programs.
Dignity Health – Northridge Hospital urges you to give what you can, today, to support the important work of the CSUN Pride Center to advance health, equity, and social justice for the LGBTQIA+ community during this Pride Month.
Questions about donating to CSUN Pride Center?
Jerry De Felice, Director of Development for Student Affairs