Harmony Project volunteers to lead the 2018 Pride Parade on June 16, 2018
Columbus, OH: Harmony Project announces that it has been selected as the Community Honoree of the 2018 Stonewall Columbus Pride Parade. “When thinking about a community honoree we wanted to find someone or a group of folks that truly represented unity,” said Sabrina Boykin, Pride Coordinator for Stonewall Columbus. “Harmony Project is just as diverse and vibrant as our own community and they show us every day that no matter what our differences are, we can come together to make something truly beautiful.”
Harmony Project volunteers will assemble together to lead the Pride Parade, demonstrating the organization’s dedication to diversity, inclusion, and social purpose.
“We are honored to be a part of the Stonewall Columbus Pride Parade this year,” said David Brown, Founder and Creative Director of Harmony Project. “We march to celebrate inclusion, diversity, and building the community in which we hope to live.”
The Columbus Pride Festival will be held June 15-17, 2018. The 2018 Pride Parade steps off from Goodale Park in the Short North at 10:30 a.m. For more information, visit columbuspride.org.
ABOUT STONEWALL COLUMBUS:
Stonewall Columbus exists to uplift the LGBTQ community so that all of us thrive. Founded in 1981, its goal is to be visible, inclusive, connected, and to stick up for everyone in its community regardless of sexual orientation; gender identity; race, color, or national origin; military status; familial status; or disability.
ABOUT HARMONY PROJECT:
Harmony Project connects people across social divides through the arts, education, and volunteer community services. Working together, we are building a stronger, more inclusive community with a focus on developing a social infrastructure that unites the community for the common good.