SAGA Community Center LGBTQIA+ Services

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Community programming for youth, adults and families
Gender Justice Fund (GJF) [via the Trans Resilience Fund]
Bucks-Mont PRIDE Festival

Mental Health Services Psychotherapy /Terapia

  • Sliding scale, affordable therapy, serving
  • LGBTQIA+ / Queer Folx
  • Trans and Nonbinary Individuals
  • BIPOC Communities
  • Recent Immigrants, Spanish speakers
  • Deaf Community, ASL speakers
  • Youth and Families

Interfaith Cooperation and Learning

Interfaith Immersion
Civil Conversations
Service-Learning Projects

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Training

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Immigrant Justice/Justicia para Recién Llegados

Nutrition Programs
Terapia en Español

Upcoming Events

Próximos Eventos

❄️🌧️🌀❄️In the case of inclement weather, please check our calendar for potential cancellations of in-person events.❄️🌀🌧️❄️

Check our calendar for all of our programs and events!


The Bucks-Mont Pride Festival

Sunday, June 30th, 2024

12-5 pm (rain or shine!)

Abington Art Center

515 Meetinghouse Rd. Jenkintown PA 19046

More Info

Manicure For Prom!

Thursday, May 23th 6-9pm

Location: The Welcome Project PA

350 S. York Rd. Hatboro, PA 19040

Come out and get your nails done by WPPA staff members for your Neon Nights Prom Glow Up!

Suggested donation $5.

All materials will be provided but feel free to bring your own colors!


SAGA’s Queer Prom

Friday, May 24th 6-9pm

Join us for a fun night of prizes, refreshments, and dancing with music by DJ Trish! Ages 14-21!

Deadline to RSVP: Monday, May 20th!

Too many LGBT+ folk don’t get to have an affirming prom experience for one reason or another, so we’re hosting the queerest prom in town!

Location: The Pennypack Mill – 18 Horsham Rd, Hatboro, PA 19040

With overflow paring at:
The Welcome Project PA
350 S York Rd Hatboro, PA 19040

This event is sponsored by Senator Maria Collett of the 12th Congressional District and friend Kristyn

We are offering tired ticket options to make our Queer Prom accessible to everyone regardless of ability to pay.
TICKETS (sliding scale available starting at $0):

Get Tickets!



Chess Wizards’

Summer Chess Camp

We are teaming up with Chess Wizards’ Chess Camp this summer for tons of challenging chess lessons, exciting games, and cool prizes. You’II improve your chess skills, meet new friends, and work out your most powerful muscle – your brain! Our camps include fun team chess games (like bughouse), recess time (of course), snacks, tournaments, and puzzles. Each camper receives а Chess Wizards T-Shirt, trophy, and puzzle folder. Unleash your brain power and spend some of your break time with Chess Wizards!

Ages: 6-12 years old


August 12-16, 2024

The Welcome Project PA/SAGA/Love In Action UCC

350 S. York Rd Hatboro, PA 19040

Full Day: $399/student
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Half Day: $279/student
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

12:00 PM – 03:00P

Register Here!

Ongoing Programs

Programas en Curso

Support Groups

For ages 18+

LGBTQIA+ Support Group
Trans and Nonbinary Support Group
QTBIPOC Support Group
Sexuality Support Group

Find out more!

Activity Nights

Family-friendly, all ages welcome!

Activity Night Hatboro
Activity Night Souderton

Find out more!

Trans & Nonbinary
Social Saturdays

350 S York Rd Hatboro, PA
1st Saturdays of each month
Starting February 3rd, 2024
5 – 7 PM

Find out more!

The Mission of
The Welcome Project PA

The Welcome Project PA strives to be a diverse, safe place for marginalized and vulnerable populations and seeks to bring about positive social change to improve the quality of life for these individuals and families in Greater Philadelphia.

We envision a world in which all people are welcomed just as they are.

We provide educational resources, support groups, social activities and events, advocacy, interfaith learning and cooperation, and LGBT+ friendly, trauma-informed therapy, healing, and counseling. We serve newcomers to the US, Spanish-speaking communities, refugees, vulnerable faith communities, LGBTQ+ communities, and people living in poverty who lack the basic necessities.

La Misión del Proyecto de bienvenida PA

WPPA se esfuerza por ser un lugar diverso y seguro para las poblaciones marginadas y vulnerables y busca generar un cambio social positivo para mejorar la calidad de vida de familias e individuos en el Área Metropolitana de Filadelfia.

En WPPA, brindamos recursos educativos, grupos de apoyo, eventos sociales, abogacía, aprendizaje y cooperación interreligiosos, terapia psicológica, y asesoramiento para la comunidad LGBT+. Atendemos a recién llegados a los EE. UU., comunidades de habla hispana, refugiados, comunidades religiosas vulnerables, comunidades LGBTQ+ y personas que viven en pobreza y carecen de las necesidades básicas.

Our Team!

Josh Blakesley, M.Div.

Niki Kulp, MSS, LCSW

Jaden Goldsmith, BFA

Amber Lynn Connell, MA, LPC

LaTanya E. Jones, MSM, NIC, MSW, MEd, C-PST

Daniela Figueroa, MFT, LPC

La-Keya Williams, MA

Jai Thompson

Kyrsten Kennedy, MS

Alex Lilly, MSW

Levi Bentley

Support Our Work

Be part of The Welcome! Thanks to your generosity, we are making our communities truly welcoming to those who have faced discrimination, marginalization, and hardship.


Apoye nuestro trabajo

¡Sé parte de WPPA! Gracias a su generosidad, estamos haciendo que nuestras comunidades sean verdaderamente acogedoras para aquellos que han enfrentado discriminación, marginación y dificultades.


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