Posted December 18th, 2020 in Uncategorized.
Check out this awesome opportunity hosted by Mercer University! They are looking for LGBTQIA+ members to participate in confidential interviews regarding their HIV status and HPV status. There is a $40 incentive, and all interviews are facilitated via Zoom. Please check out the flyer for more details!
Posted November 17th, 2020 in Uncategorized.
We’wha 1849 – 1896; age 47 By: Jak Rogers In honor of the current US holiday, Thanksgiving, I wanted to dedicate the next historical blog to a Native American individual. Something that has fascinated me for the longest time is the difference between Native American culture and […]
Posted October 10th, 2020 in Events ,Uncategorized.
ATTENTION: SAGE Wilmington wants everyone to know that due to the upcoming holidays, SAGE Night Out will be postponed until January 2021! Keep in mind that if you need to reach out or get in touch with someone regarding SAGE you can reach us at this email: email@example.com. We are sorry to have to postpone these events, […]
Posted September 4th, 2020 in Uncategorized.
Frank Harr Foundation is proud to join Equality NC and The LGBT Center of Raleigh for a LBGTQ Virtual Book Club. While we are all social distancing it’s a great time to read an discuss a good book For our September LGBTQ Book Club, we are so excited to read “Fifth Born II: The Hundredth […]
Posted September 3rd, 2020 in Uncategorized.
Join us for a Virtual Panel Discussion on Wilmington On Fire. This discussion will give a deeper dive on how the impacts of the events of 1898 are still being felt today – in particular, their impact on nonprofits. Join us for a virtual screening, or come out to a drive-in viewing! Register Here
Posted May 2nd, 2020 in Uncategorized.
Frank Harr Foundation in conjunction with Center Link is proud to introduce Q Chat Space for teens! Q Chat Space provides live, chat-based, professionally facilitated , online support and discussion groups for LGBTQ+ teens 13-19. In this time of physical distancing, Q Chat Space online discussion groups give you a dedicated space to come together […]
Posted May 1st, 2020 in Uncategorized.
When people living with HIV in coastal North Carolina talk about how they prepared for Hurricane Florence, their considerations are about the same as the average person – with exceptions. HIV-positive community members have to think about their medications – how they’ll get them and where they’ll store them. They have to think about access […]