Angel City FC's Supporters Groups - AC Valkyries, Mosaic 1781, Pandemonium, and Rebellion 99 - have each chosen an LGBTQ+ organization to give back to this Pride Month. Learn more about the organizations and how to support this month.
Los Angeles LGBT Center
Los Angeles LGBT Center
Pledge for every 2 corner kicks awarded during NWSL games played in June 2021 with AC Valkyries
Join Angel City Valkyries in supporting the Los Angeles LGBT Center through Pride Raiser. This Los Angeles based non-profit organization is committed to health, social services, housing, leadership, and advocacy. Since 1969 the Los Angeles LGBT Center has cared for, championed, and celebrated LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles and beyond. Today the Center's nearly 800 employees provide services for more LGBT people than any other organization in the world, offering programs, services, and global advocacy.
Support Bienestar with Mosaic 1781! Stay tuned for details on Instagram & Twitter @mosaic1781
Bienestar is a community-based health care and social services organization in the Greater Los Angeles area. The organization was founded in 1989, primarily as a direct response to the lack of resources for the Latino LGBTQ community in Southern California at the height of the HIV/AIDS crisis. Their expertise is in identifying and addressing emerging health issues faced by the Latino and LGBTQ populations. Bienestar’s programs include full service medical care, HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention, sexual health, mental health services, substance use counseling and medication assisted treatment.
Pledge for each in-game substitution made during NWSL games played in June 2021 with Pandemonium
Join Pandemonium in raising funds through Pride Raiser for The Point Foundation, a publicly supported national non-profit organization that provides academic scholarships to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students. It is the largest scholarship-granting organization for the LGBTQ community. Point’s work is vital because nearly one-third of LGBTQ students drop out of high school to escape the violence, harassment, and isolation they face there. As a result, many LGBTQ students say they are not planning to pursue opportunities for higher education. Point seeks to build community and springboard a new generation of LGBTQ leaders toward success.
Pledge for every NWSL goal scored during June 2021 with Rebellion 99
Rebellion 99 is raising funds through Pride Raiser to benefit the Los Angeles LGBT Center's new Michaeljohn Horne & Thomas Eugene Jones Youth Housing apartments which will provide social services and housing to many vulnerable LGBT+ youth in Los Angeles who would not otherwise have access. On any given day, there are 4,000 youth (ages 24 and younger) living on the streets of Los Angeles, mostly in Hollywood. A staggering 40% of these youth are LGBTQ. The Center has a range of housing options for youth experiencing homelessness, including emergency beds and transitional living apartments, which together provide 100 beds to vulnerable youth.