OUT//Oakland

We're headed back to the Bay Area for a Friday the 13th extravaganza with our friends at Power Grid. Join us in October for a Friday Night fitness party that you won't want to miss.

OUT//Oakland will be hosted by CF Power Grid and will be benefitting the soon-to-grand-open Oakland LGBT Center.

Remember, all OUTWOD events are inclusive and open to athletes from all backgrounds, ages, shapes, sizes and skill level. There is NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED at any of our fitness events, just a desire to live a healthy life and sweat alongside your peers.

 

EVENT DETAILS


 

WHAT: OUT//Oakland

WHERE: CF Power Grid, 1333 8th St, Oakland, CA 94607

DATE: Friday, October 13th, 2017

6:00PM - Doors Open

6:30PM - Workout Begins

8:30PM - Event End / Announcements

WORKOUT - Team-style, high-intensity interval training incorporating functional movements.

 

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ABOUT THE OAKLAND LGBT CENTER


MISSION

The Oakland LGBTQ Community Center is dedicated to enhancing and sustaining the well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) individuals, our families and allies, by providing educational, social, and health related activities, programs and services. 

HISTORY

The Oakland LGBTQ Community Center was founded by Jeff Myers and Joe Hawkins and established as a 501 (c)(3) in June of 2017.  Joe Hawkins, who is also a founding member of Oakland Pride, is the center's first Executive Director. Jeff Myers, who also worked as a volunteer coordinator with Oakland Pride, is the center's first Board Chair.
The center headquarters offices opened and began operation, in July of 2017 in the Co-Munity shared office spaces located at 3207 Lakeshore Ave., in Oakland's beautiful Lake Merritt district.  The creation of this new service in Oakland, marks the first time in our city's history, that an organization has ever opened a multi-ethnic, multi-generational, LGBTQ community center. 

OUR VISION

To become Oakland’s premier network of programs and services for the LGBTQ community.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

The principles that guide the actions of the Center board, staff and volunteers, as well as the design and implementation of all Center programs, are:

- Inclusiveness and diversity founded on human and civil rights for all
- Financial stability and integrity
- Collaboration with consumers and other community agencies to provide a continuum of care and services
- Compassionate, quality service delivery
- Continual quality improvement
- Leadership development
- Cost-effectiveness
- Measurable outcomes

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