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Wish List

Thanks for visiting our wish list. Pleae take a moment to review several of the items that we need to strengthen our Programs and the services that we provide. If you’re interested in making a donation, please contact Victor Diaz-Herman, Executive Director, at victor@pridelines.org or by phone at 305.571.9601.

More Space

Pridelines attendance is steadily increasing. In 2011 we served 600 youth, amounting to 3,500 visits per year. Approximately 78% of those visits occured at our drop-in center where we provide weekly programs, a David Bohnett cybercenter, HIV testing, and warm meals on a daily basis. Currently operating within a 1,000 square foot building, the drop-in center is reaching is maximum capacity. And seeing as we don’t turn anyone away, this is simply unacceptable.

We need at least 4,000 square feet of multi-purpose space where we can continue providing our after services while expanding them to include the unmet needs of the LGBTQ youth population. Please help us secure a larger space. For more information contact Victor Diaz-Herman, Executive Director, at victor@pridelines.org or (305) 571-9601.


15 Passenger Van

Transportation is always an issue when you’re providing programming across Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. A Pridelines van allows staff members and volunteers to transport youth without using their personal vehicles.


3 Administrative Laptops

Pridelines staff currently uses desktop units that were donated approximately 10 years ago, making it difficult to work effectively. With your help, our staff can work efficiently from any of our satellite locations.


34″ Flat Screen Television

As we develop our programming and bring in consultants, the demand for a television that can be used to feature digital presentations has increased tremendously. A new flat screen television would enhance our ability to provide interactive programs in a space efficient manner.


2 Projectors

Pridelines uses projectors at the center and when we’re out on the field to present on a series of topics such as the development of safe spaces, safer sex practices, and bullying, among many others. Our projectors are currently out dated and don’t always sync with our hardware. Please consider donating a new projector in an effort to help us make our presentations more effective and memorable.