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Nike #MadeToPlay Resources for Staying Active at Home

Nike #MadeToPlay Resources for Staying Active at Home

Nike has gathered a list of resources to help kids and parents stay active while staying at home. In addition to the resources below, the Nike Training Club is offering its subscription-based service – NTC Premium – for free in the U.S.    Local Memphis partners...

We Are Here: What’s Next

We Are Here: What’s Next

An open letter from our Executive Director, Molly Rose Quinn   Dear friends and family,   A few days ago we sent out a community survey (we need your input!), which asks What does it mean to be LGBTQ+ during the COVID-19 pandemic? The final answer to that question...

WE ARE HERE: OUTMemphis & COVID-19

WE ARE HERE: OUTMemphis & COVID-19

Dear community, Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 illness, my staff of skilled providers and community educators have been hustling towards a single goal: Protecting our space and our staff so that we can continue to serve LGBTQ+ people. LGBTQ+ individuals are at a...

Covid-19: Community Resources

Covid-19: Community Resources

Partner Resources Our staff has compiled a list of local and national resources relevant to the LGBTQ+ community. This list will be updated regularly so please check back to ensure the most up to date information.  Please note: The resources listed below are not...

Covid-19: Community Resources

Covid-19: In-Kind Donations

Help Us Supply Food & Hygiene Kits for Our Community Members Tips & Tricks:  While we have provided a detailed list, bulk items work great (such as donating a case of one single item on the list). Donated items can be dropped off at our community center from...

Introducing Kiya Black!

Introducing Kiya Black!

We have one last introduction to make!  Meet Kiya Black, the newest member of the OUTMemphis team. Kiya has recently started as the new Metamorphosis Project Case Manager. In her new role, Kiya will work with the Director of the Metamorphosis Project and the...

Black History Month Spotlight: Stephanie Bell

Black History Month Spotlight: Stephanie Bell

“We have contributed so much, from science down to social work, and a lot of people don’t get that notoriety that they deserve.” In just over two years Stephanie Bell has worked her way up from Specialist to Manager to her current role as Director of the Metamorphosis...

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