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We like to think of allyship as a journey - one that is shaped by our diverse personal experiences and backgrounds. No matter where that journey begins, we all have the potential to be allies to people who are LGBTQ.

We are happy to bring PFLAG to your home community, whether it be marching in a local parade, presenting to a school, church, community, or business group about the importance of what we do, or being present in some other way. ​We have:

  • created a scholarship fund that awards a graduating Mt. Horeb High School senior who has shown a commitment to social justice $1000 whether or not they are college bound

  • hosted movie screenings.

  • distributed window clings to local businesses to signal that they are a safe, inclusive space for the LGBTQ+ community

  • provided gender neutral bathroom signs for local businesses.

  • co-sponsored a Black Lives Matter rally with Serve 2 Unite and local businesses.

  • offered free community-wide workshops on being an ally to the LGBTQ community. 

  • co-sponsored reading of I Am Jazz at the public library

  • presented at a Mount Horeb High School conference entitled “Looking Past Labels:A Day of Peace” was

  • presented at the high school's Social Justice class

  • piloted teaching Welcoming Schools with a 3rd grade teacher

  • donated diversity books to schools with MHCF funds

  • collaborated with United Methodist Church of Mt. Horeb to bring in Perfect Harmony Gay Men’s Choir

  • a presence at the Mt. Horeb farmers market and Mt. Horeb Mental Health and Wellness Coalition Wellness Fair

Additionally, the village municipal building changed to gender neutral bathroom signs at our request. We are in the process of developing a social justice scholarship for Mount Horeb High School graduates. We welcome your ideas and involvement. 

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