Introducing PFLAG in Prince William County

Join Us for the Kick-off Celebration May 4th

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Our chapter is thrilled to announce that a new PFLAG group is forming to provide support, education and advocacy services to families in Prince William County.  And we’re inviting YOU to join us for the kick-off celebration on Saturday, May 4th.

 PFLAG Prince William Kick-Off Celebration
Saturday, May 4th
3:00 – 5:00pm
Bull Run Unitarian Universalist Church
9350 Main Street, Manassas, VA

Parents, family members, friends, members of the LGBT community, straight allies, supportive local businessmen and women, students, teachers, counselors and local dignitaries will come together to launch our new group.  A short presentation as a few special remarks will be made, and refreshments will be served.

One of the unique aspects of Metro DC PFLAG is that we have organized groups throughout our territory.  Being able to provide parents, friends and families in our region with a range of choices and options for attending a group helps ensure we can reach as many who need our services as possible. 

Prior to the start of this new group, residents of Prince William County would have to travel to one of our PFLAG groups in either Loudoun, Arlington or Fairfax counties.  We’re thrilled that with the addition of the Prince William group, we’ll soon have a PFLAG meeting available in every county in our northern Virginia territory.

After the May 4th kick-off, PFLAG Prince William will meet regularly on the 3rd Tuesday of every month, from 7:30 to 9:00pm at the Bull Run Unitarian Church.  For more information about the new PFLAG group in Prince William, contact the group facilitators at pflag.pwc@gmail.com.  For general information about PFLAG, visit our chapter website at www.pflagdc.org.

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About MetroDC PFLAG

Our Mission:Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays promotes the equality and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered persons, their families and friends through: Support to cope with an adverse society Education to enlighten an ill-informed public Advocacy to end discrimination.
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