Puertas Abiertas

Puertas AbiertasPuertas Abiertas is a social and outreach project for LGBTQ Latinos and allies. The group holds regular meetings, hosts events, forums, and educational and social events, bringing Latinos together to celebrate their heritage and LGBTQ pride. Puertas Abiertas is open to all and supports all LGBTQ people, their allies, and family.

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News and Events

  • SAAF a Qualifying AZ Tax Credit Charity, November 5, 2016

    Did you know that SAAF is a qualifying charity for Arizona’s Charitable Tax Credit? Your donation to SAAF can qualify for a dollar-for-dollar income tax credit from the state of Arizona. Married couples may receive a credit up to $800, single filers up to $400. Your donation must be postmarked by midnight April 15, 2017 to receive the credit on […]

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  • Belvedere Vodka Sales at Playground to benefit SAAF in November, November 4, 2016

    During the month of November, visit Playground, locate at 278 East Congress in downtown Tucson, purchase a Belvedere Vodka drink, and $1 of your purchase will benefit SAAF. It’s that simple. Thanks to our friends at Playground and Breakthru Beverage Group for putting together this special promotion.  

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  • Allstate Caring Quotes to Benefit SAAF, September 19, 2016

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  • Just Announced: Festival for Life Stay & Play Package, September 14, 2016

    This year, you can get a room for the evening and enjoy Festival for Life all in one place! Purchase the Stay & Play package, save over 25%, and enjoy Festival for Life without the worry about the drive home. Packages are $189 (Value: $259) and include: 2 admission tickets to Festival for Life 1 […]

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  • Desert Migration screening is Sunday September 18, August 11, 2016

    Sunday September 18 is National HIV/AIDS Aging Awareness day and SAAF will commemorate this occasion with a screening of the documentary Desert Migration at the Loft Cinema. When the first effective HIV treatments were introduced in the mid-1990s, a generation of HIV+ gay men were thrown a lifeline. What happened to these men who thought […]

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