CARE Rockbridge is now officially a registered nonprofit having received our 501(c)(3) status in the fall of 2019. All your donations are tax deductible!
We are reaching for a big goal as 2019 winds down and we quickly approach our fourth annual Community MLK Parade:
CARE is an entirely volunteer-run organization and we are only able to put on the Community MLK Parade and other events because of the generosity of people who care about creating an inclusive and equitable community that celebrates diversity and resists racism. Help us reach our financial goal by the end of 2019 so we can continue to work toward a community where all members are safe and thriving.
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Lexington is hosting its first Pride Festival. This festival to celebrate our LGBTQIA+ community will take place on Hopkins Green (22 W. Nelson Street) in Lexington and will begin at 4:00 PM, lasting until 8:00 PM. Festivities will include music, food, activities for children, a photo station, and informational booths about LGBTQIA+ resources in Rockbridge County.
This event is free and open to the public.
Multiple organizations serving Rockbridge County have come together to celebrate LGBTQIA+ folks and show that they have a community that supports and appreciates them. Organizers and sponsors include 50 Ways Rockbridge, Rockbridge Alliance, CARE Rockbridge, NAACP, and Project Horizon.
Fourth Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Community Parade
Monday, January 20, 2020, 10AM
Randolph Street United Methodist Church
118 South Randolph Street
Lexington, VA 24450
More details coming soon!!