URGENT ACTION NEEDED

The Texas Legislature has introduced more anti-trans legislation than ever this session. You can read about the various bills at Equality Texas.

We know that taking political action and contacting your representatives can be intimidating. In order to help you let Rep. Doc Anderson know how you feel about the bill he co-sponsored, HB 1399, which would prohibit healthcare professionals from providing best-practice, life-saving care for transgender youth.

Click the button below to download a template that you can use as-is or make changes to fit your own voice. Use this link to FIND YOUR LEGISLATORS and send them the letter.

Volunteer

Have you ever dreamed of doing something for the good of humankind? Being part of something greater than yourself? Spending a Saturday in the rain with a lanyard? If so, might we suggest signing up to volunteer for the Waco Pride Network. Volunteering brings one a sense of wholeness, completeness, calmness, and complete exhaustion.*

Waco Pride Network is currently in the planning phase for OUT on the Brazos 2021.

If you are interested in serving on our Board, you can fill out the Board Application. There are currently no vacancies on the board, but we keep applications on file for the future as spaces open.

Click the button to fill out our volunteer form. This helps us get to know you better and figure out the best way for you to help with the work of Waco Pride Network. Thanks for your support!

To join the Youth Council please fill out the Youth Council Application.

Charlie Smith

Social Media/Communications Coordinator
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
 
Cassie L. Smith handles the social media for the Waco Pride Network and serves on the OUT on the Brazos pride planning committee. She’s engaged to her partner, Misty Shugart, and they have two fur babies, Blitz and Bentley. Though she’s only been in Waco six years, she considers this community home. She also serves on committees for Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas and Lake Shore Baptist Church and is writing her first book.

Cassie says she contributes to the WPN because she hopes to be the person she so desperately needed as a youth.