#HudsonGives Hudson Pride Center Fundraiser

Hudson Pride Center (HPC) is happy to announce that we joined #HudsonGives this year! #HudsonGives is a 24-hour, online fundraising campaign that unites the community in support of local Hudson County non-profits. This year’s giving day will be held on Thursday, May 13th, 2021 and there’s a role for YOU to play!

Visit our #HudsonGives page -- bit.ly/hpchgl

Become a HPC Peer to Peer Fundraiser and help us hit our 15K goal! or become #HudsonGives Champions!

Hudson Pride Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community-based organization situated in Jersey City, one of the most vibrant and diverse cities in this country and home to the largest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ+) community in New Jersey. Our current programs and services include social/educational groups, linkage to HIV care services and HIV prevention services (PrEP), transgender-affirming counseling for accessing necessary documentation for gender marker changes, hormone replacement therapy and gender affirming surgical interventions and mental health counseling.

Any questions relating to #HudsonGives and Peer to Peer Fundraising,
please call/text Client Services Counselor, Joseph Zapata,
at (201) 630-8814 or email him at joseph@hudsonpride.org

Contact Information
  1. Joseph Zapata
  2. (201) 963-4779 ext 1122
  3. joseph@hudsonpride.org
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Hudson Pride Center (HPC) is happy to announce that we joined #HudsonGives this year! #HudsonGives is a 24-hour, online fundraising campaign that unites the community in support of local Hudson County non-profits. This year’s giving day will be held on Thursday, May 13th, 2021 and there’s a role for YOU to play!

Visit our #HudsonGives page -- bit.ly/hpchgl

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