Photos: Honolulu Photo Booths
The Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation brings together Hawaii’s diverse and vital LGBTQ community. Our sponsors are our partners, sharing in the pride and aloha we help build and foster.
Our projects and events deeply engage the full spectrum of LGBTQ people, their families and allies, across all age groups, gender identities, and cultural backgrounds. We’re helping create a thriving, sustainable, destination LGBTQ community for Hawaii’s present and future generations. We hope you’ll join us!
You can view our 2017 Sponsorship Package below (it might take a minute to load), and/or download it for printing by clicking here: 2017 Hawaii LGBT Legacy Corporate Partnership Package
Since opening The LGBT Center ‐ Waikiki in the spring of 2013, it has become home for 14 additional non‐profit organizations. It serves as a meeting center, educational center, training center and home base for these non‐profit organizations. Additionally, in the past 12 months the Hawaii Legacy Foundation has provided over 3,500 direct services for members of our community.
The 2016 Honolulu Pride™ parade was viewed by more than 20,000 locals and visitors with 60 parade entrants and 115 floats with over 1,000 participants. The Festival, held at the iconic Waikiki Shell – Diamond Head Greens, was attended by over 3,000 visitors. It had over 22 non-‐profit organization booths, 17 corporate sponsor booths and 12 vendor booths. The highlight of the Honolulu Pride™ Festival was the over 8 hours of live entertainment presented by such great artist as: David Hernandez, Bria & Chrissy, Yvonne Elliman, Caravan of Glam, Men in Grey Suites, Gay men’s Chorus of Honolulu, Tita Titsling, Mr. Sister, Damian Levine and many more. Everyone that attended the festival felt a true sense of community and was proud to be a part of it.