Hudson Pride Connection Center’s program for gay youth loses funding

From NJ.com
July 13, 2010

Hudson Pride Connection Center is scrambling to keep a program for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth afloat in the wake of an 85 percent funding cut. Read full story here >>

Hudson Pride Connections Center’s LGBTQ Youth Program Facing Major Funding Shortfall

The Jersey City Independent
Posted: 07-12-10 11:45 AM

Hudson County’s only program dedicated to providing direct services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth between the ages of 13-19 is facing a funding crisis, and it is turning to the public for help sustaining operations. Read full story here >>

Pride events successful in Hoboken; JC next up

Hudson Reporter
Out and About
July 1, 2010

The 10th Annual LGBT Pride Festival and first ever parade (to be held on Aug. 28) are currently being organized by Jersey City Lesbian and Gay Outreach, a non-profit organization.

Meanwhile, Hudson Pride, a grant-funded organization located in Jersey City, is helping to plan some events for later this summer. They offer both adult support groups and services for teens. Read full story here >>