How to Celebrate Pride in the Office

Pride Month is a time to celebrate LGBTQ rights and raise awareness for the ongoing issues in the world. Companies should provide a safe space for LGBTQ employees to come together and share their stories. One way to show support is by holding an event prior to Pride month. Provide recognition for the history of LGBTQ communities as well as hold a discussion about why pride celebrations are important, so your employees can become more educated on the subject.

Catering to Everyone, and from Everyone

Diversity and inclusion have never been more important to workplace culture than it is now. If your office is holding events to celebrate your LGBTQ colleagues, you'll need to make sure catering is appropriately themed. That means ordering meals from queer-owned restaurants and finding treats that are Pride-rainbow themed. At CaterCow, we're proud to be an ally of a large number of LGBTQ restaurant owners, and we also have a large selection of rainbow-themed treats for your team to enjoy! We'd love to be a part of your Pride event!




Fun facts about Pride

  • Bisexual rights activist Brenda Howard is considered the “Mother of Pride” as she first coordinated Liberation March exactly a year after the Stonewall Riots.
  • Every color on the Pride flag has its own meaning.
  • The first San Francisco trans march took place in 2004.
  • Bill Clinton was the first U.S. president to recognize Pride month.
  • Gilbert Baker was tasked by Harvey Milk to replace the pink triangle with the Pride flag seen everywhere today.

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