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Announcements – April 13, 2017

“Give OUT Day” 2017 is April 20: Over $90,000 in Prizes Go To Organizations With Highest Number of Unique Donors

Give OUT Day, a national day of giving for the LGBTQ community, will once again coordinate a 24-hour online fundraising event that unites the LGBTQ community from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and D.C. Give OUT Day 2017 will take place on April 20, 2017 from 12 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. Eastern. Last year, Give Out Day raised over $550,000.

Throughout the daylong event, thousands of people make gifts to support a diverse array of LGBTQ nonprofits across the country, ranging from the arts to social services agencies, advocacy groups to sports leagues, community centers to health care nonprofits.

Give OUT Day has provided vital unrestricted operating funds to organizations since its inception in 2013. Over 23,000 individual donors have contributed more than $3 million and supported more than 500 different organizations in every part of the country.

Give OUT Day is a project of Horizons Foundation. Founded as a community foundation of, by, and for LGBTQ people, Horizons has been supporting LGBTQ nonprofit organizations, leaders, and donors for more than 35 years.

For more information on Give OUT Day,visit

First Parish Brewster Presents Social Justice Forum: The Immigration Puzzle

On Sunday April 30, First Parish Brewster will present The Immigration Puzzle, an educational forum examining various aspects of the issue of immigration, at the Brewster Meeting House, 1969 Main Street in Brewster, MA. Speakers will include State Representative Sarah Peake, Immigration Resource Center Coordinator Collin Mickle, immigration attorneys Sarah Leidel, Esq. and Emily Leung, Esq. and Brewster Chief of Police Richard J. Koch, Jr. The event is part of First Parish Brewster’s Paul Hush Memorial Forum series, named after social activist and Brewster resident Paul Hush. The Immigration Puzzle will begin at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 30 and is open to the general public, free of charge.

“We felt it was important to present a forum on this theme now,” said Susan Bowser, who is one of the symposium organizers, “Our goal is for all the speakers to educate the audience about the difficult and cruel situation faced by our undocumented neighbors, and to show how we can all play a positive role in improving their lives.” Representative Sarah Peake will speak about S. 1305, the Massachusetts Safe Communities Act, which she has co-sponsored. Collin Mickle, coordinator of the Community Action of Cape Cod and the Islands’ Immigration Resource Center, will present information about the immigrant communities on Cape Cod, both documented and undocumented. From the Justice Center of Southeast Massachusetts, attorneys Sarah Leidel and Emily Leung will share some of the situations and challenges that their clients now face. Brewster Chief of Police, Richard Koch, will address the current law enforcement circumstances in Brewster. There will be an opportunity to ask questions to the panelists, and light refreshments will be served.

For more information about The Immigration Puzzle, visit First Parish Brewster on the web: or on Facebook: Admission is free, and advance reservation is not necessary for the forum.

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