Q Center’s single largest donor never liked attention. That’s why this Oregon native who assembled one of the finest contemporary art collections in the state never flaunted that fact or talked about it much. That’s why he didn’t seek credit when he generously supported his favorite charitable causes and institutions including Q Center. People may.. read more →

Do you have questions? We’ll try to have answers. We’ve heard you have questions about Q Center’s physical site, our building on N. Mississippi Ave. Q: Is the building for sale? A: Q Center is in a hard place financially and the interim board is considering all options to help sustain Q Center for the.. read more →

Between January and February 2015, more than 600 LGBTQ community members and allies participated in small-group community conversations, one-on-one discussions, all-community town hall meetings, and online and paper surveys. This community engagement process was intended to help Q Center’s leadership better understand our community’s experience with the center, needs, hopes and expectations for the future,.. read more →

Sexual & Gender Minority Youth Resource Center (SMYRC) officially integrates into New Avenues for Youth SMYRC, Portland’s Sexual & Gender Minority Youth Resource Center is officially integrating into New Avenues for Youth’s comprehensive programming for foster, at-risk, and homeless youth. The transition, initially beginning as a partnership between Q Center and New Avenues earlier this.. read more →