Our events offer a diverse array of opportunities to gather in activism, in protest, in celebration, and in advocacy. The variety of offerings across all of our events represents the diversity of ways our community acknowledges and celebrates Pride.
Volunteers are the foundation of our organization. Our events could not take place without the thousands of volunteers who devote their time performing a multitude of tasks across a wide range of disciplines including talent, marketing, and operations.
Our events are essential, but we need your help in order to make them happen! Heritage of Pride, Inc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is funded entirely on the contributions of our community.
Our movement started with a moment. The roots of our movement began with the Stonewall Uprising of 1969. One year later, the first NYC Pride March was organized by the Christopher Street Liberation Day Committee, and marches have continued every year since.View our timeline
NYC Pride's leadership consists of volunteer Executive Board members, including Directors and Officers, as well as full-time and part-time paid staff.View Our team
From the piers to the village, we strive to create an environment committed to our mission. NYC Pride is always interesting in meeting passionate, hardworking, creative people to join our growing team! Opportunities range from year round to seasonal employment. Interested in joining? Just email us at email@example.com with your resume!More details
NYC Pride events are made possible by people like you, who keep Heritage of Pride alive. All volunteers must be 18 or older. Volunteers interested in Pride Island, Fantasy Days, Teaze, or Bliss Days must be 21 or older.Details