WHO WE ARE…
We are families helping families. We are friends supporting friends. We are the allies of those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT). We are LGBT individuals seeking to support others who are LGBT. Join us as we work to create an environment of understanding, dignity, and respect.
WHERE & WHEN WE MEET…
PFLAG Florence Oregon meets 2nd Tuesday each month from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Lane Community College, 3149 Oak St., Florence, OR
WHAT WE DO…
The mission of PFLAG is to:
Provide support to cope with an adverse society
Educate to enlighten an ill-informed public
Advocate to end discrimination and secure equal civil rights
Monthly meetings include an educational program, current advocacy information, and support time. Free brochures can be picked up. Additional library materials are available for check out. And we have snacks too!
Special events are planned such as community wide forums, movie nights, information booths at the local Farmer’s Market.
WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO…
PFLAG was founded as a national organization in the early 1970s as the result of one mom’s desire to provide support for her son. Today the greatest desire of PFLAG Florence Oregon is to help create a community where those who are LGBT will feel safe and affirmed, and where no one will be at risk of suicide simply for being who they are.