A Look at The Center’s Impact By the Numbers

Photo: Linda Quackenboss

Photo: Linda Quackenboss

Those who frequent The Center don’t need a reminder of the impact Nevada’s largest LGBTQ organization has on the community—they just have to look around. Since its founding in 1992, and its relocation to Downtown in 2012, the hub has given thousands the hope and support they’ve needed to press on in a world that isn’t always the most accepting. Earlier this month, The Center released its 2016 impact report, giving insight into how much the facility has done, and how we’ve paid it back. Here are some of the highlights. 

68,785

Units of service provided through The Center’s programs.

391,825

Amount of HIV prevention materials, condoms and safer sex kits distributed throughout Southern Nevada.

$48,060

Amount The Center contributed in room space to assist community groups and self-help programs in 2016.

$39,600

Amount The Center in room space reserved for LGBTQ sponsors and allies.

214

Number of people who volunteered in the previous year.

12,086

Number of volunteer hours contributed in the previous year.

562

Number of individuals who donated toward key programs and services. 

To see more from the report or to get involved, visit thecenterlv.org

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