Pride Coffin Pin- A Rotating Fundraiser for LGBTQ+ Organizations

$10.00
  • Pride Coffin Pin- A Rotating Fundraiser for LGBTQ+ Organizations
  • Pride Coffin Pin- A Rotating Fundraiser for LGBTQ+ Organizations
  • Pride Coffin Pin- A Rotating Fundraiser for LGBTQ+ Organizations

Pride Coffin Pin- A Rotating Fundraiser for LGBTQ+ Organizations

$10.00

This very special enamel lapel pin is a revolving donation. $5 from each pin sold will be donated to an LGBTQIA+ charity. We select a new organization each quarter to donate to. For Pride Month, the donations will benefit Fenway Health.

ABOUT FENWAY HEALTH: Fenway Health advocates for and delivers innovative, equitable, accessible health care, supportive services, and transformative research and education. The organization centers LGBTQIA+ people, BIPOC individuals, and other underserved communities to enable our local, national, and global neighbors to flourish.

Motivated by the belief that healthcare is a right, not a privilege, politically active area residents and politicians open a one-day-a-week drop-in center in the basement of a building owned by the Christian Science Church. The center is staffed by volunteer medical students dedicated to serving the diverse Fenway neighborhood—a neighborhood that includes many seniors, gays, low-income residents, and students. Reflecting on this mission, the founders named the center Fenway Community Health Center.

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This very special enamel lapel pin is a revolving donation. $5 from each pin sold will be donated to an LGBTQIA+ charity. We select a new organization each quarter to donate to. For Pride Month, the donations will benefit Fenway Health.

ABOUT FENWAY HEALTH: Fenway Health advocates for and delivers innovative, equitable, accessible health care, supportive services, and transformative research and education. The organization centers LGBTQIA+ people, BIPOC individuals, and other underserved communities to enable our local, national, and global neighbors to flourish.

Motivated by the belief that healthcare is a right, not a privilege, politically active area residents and politicians open a one-day-a-week drop-in center in the basement of a building owned by the Christian Science Church. The center is staffed by volunteer medical students dedicated to serving the diverse Fenway neighborhood—a neighborhood that includes many seniors, gays, low-income residents, and students. Reflecting on this mission, the founders named the center Fenway Community Health Center.