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A July 8, 2014 message from the Board of Directors of Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation and Wingspan

A message from the Board of Directors of Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation and Wingspan The Board of Directors for SAAF and Wingspan met again on Monday, July 7 2014 to further discuss the opportunities of a merger between both of organizations. We are carefully evaluating the details surrounding programs, staffing, physical location needs and financial […]

A message from the Boards of Directors of Wingspan and the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF)

The boards of directors for SAAF and Wingspan have begun conversations exploring the possible merger of Wingspan’s programs and activities with SAAF’s. Both boards are excited about the possibilities of this new relationship and are looking forward to finding ways to continue and grow the vital services Wingspan has provided for the LGBTQ community for […]

Wingspan’s Annual Dinner is Sept. 13th 2014

Meet Chad Mosher, Wingspan’s Program Director

  Chad Mosher taught counseling and psychology courses in higher education for over 10 years, with particular emphasis in multicultural and LGBTQ competence. For the past 6 years, he worked in academic administration at the University of Phoenix in Tucson, Arizona, taught and conducted research, and became a founding member of the Arizona Association for […]

Tucson Premiere of Just Gender Film a Benefit for Wingspan

General admission is $10. Sponsorships and tickets are tax-deductible. All proceeds will benefit continued programming at Wingspan. After the viewing, a panel of experts will be available to discuss reactions to the film and respond to questions.   For more information, contact Chad Mosher, Wingspan Programs Director, at cmosher@wingspan.org or call 520-624-1779. Tickets can be purchased at www.our-fund.org/wingspan.

Wingspan Announces the Formation of an Advisory Committee for The Anti-Violence Project

The Mission Statement for this professional, active, and committed group: The Wingspan Anti-Violence Project (AVP) Advisory Committee assembles to support, problem solve, and advise AVP staff on best practices for community education, collaborations, direct services, policies and procedures, special events and procurement of funding. Community partners in support of LGBTQ victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual […]