Out & About
2019 marked the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, and half a century of working towards a future with equal opportunity, without discrimination. 2019 also marked 30 years of Timbuk2 supporting, encouraging and employing our LGBTQ community. Inclusivity has and always will be at our core. 2019 also marked the 10th year of Timbuk2 PRIDE Bags. Every year for the past decade, we've built a PRIDE bag to commemorate and celebrate queer identity and its collective strength.
As in years past, a portion of proceeds for the 2019 PRIDE Pack was donated to the SF LGBT Center. The mission of the SF LGBT Center is to connect our diverse community to opportunities, resources, and each other to achieve our vision of a stronger, healthier, and more equitable world for LGBT people and our allies. Learn more below.
Hand-sewn with love in San Francisco, we gave our popular Division Pack some nuanced yet distinctive pride flavor. While now sold out, the limited edition 2019 PRIDE Pack features rainbow webbing on the side compression straps and vista loop, while a sewn-on peace patch and removable pins add individuality.
Wear your pride on the outside, and keep your laptop safe, at the same time. Covered by our lifetime warranty and built to last, this bag is ready for expressing your individuality every day.
About SF LGBT Center
The mission of the SF LGBT Center is to connect our diverse community to opportunities, resources, and each other to achieve our vision of a stronger, healthier, and more equitable world for LGBT people and our allies. As the only organization serving the full spectrum of San Francisco’s LGBTQ community, the Center is a central place for our community and allies to gather, organize, celebrate, and access services. They provide direct services to 6,000+ people each year, prioritizing programs for the most vulnerable among us.
The SF LGBT Center's Youth Services provide over 1,400 warm nourishing meals and offer 140 hours of mental health services to 300 youth each year through drop-in programs that offer respite from the streets.
Economic Development programs help over 3,000 low-income community members every year find jobs, affordable housing, and opportunities to grow their small businesses.
Their Information and Referral program connects over 2,500 people annually to vital health, legal, and financial resources in the Bay Area through the welcome desk.
Together, we are building a stronger and healthier community. Learn more at www.sfcenter.org.