Comfort & Joy is place where people can be Queer, Authentic, Connected & Creative!
How fabulous of you to top up your annual giving with a tax deductible "Glitter Done" donation. Please if you have it, don't forget to access your work's matching program! A tax deduction receipt can be generated and sent to your email address - request it after you navigate to our PayPal charity portal and select the donation you're able to make!
Other donation methods:
- You can donate via Paypal's charity portal.
- Paper checks can be made out to "Comfort & Joy" and mailed to 2261 Market Street #214A, San Francisco, CA 94114.
- For donations "in kind," please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange the tax deduction letter and logistics.
Amber's Community Pantry
To help combat the COVID-19 pandemic and give much-needed food and sundries relief to our communities, we started Amber's Pantry. We have filled many requests for orders of necessities and continue to donate to Black Lives Matter during marches with food, water, and other items to help in the fight for equity and justice. Learn more about Amber's Community Pantry.
Support Us - Buy Merchandise!
Every time you order branded merch from the Comfort & Joy Merchandise Shop, Cafepress gives a small portion of your payment back to us!
Over the last few years, we put ourselves to work more than ever with many amazing and fabulous accomplishments in San Francisco, Black Rock City and beyond. Glow in the Streets is our street party celebrating Halloween and the safe, queer, artistic occupancy of a central, Castro public space for community members of all ages. "Freak Chic" is an annual showcase for local, queer + allied artists and performers intended to celebrate the diversity of our community by engaging models of highly-varied races, ethnicities, ages, body types, sexualities and gender expressions; as well as uplift the artistry of drag (and other) performers by providing them with a portfolio of professional photography of each and every look they design. In Black Rock City, we support the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe (the indigenous people on whose land Burning Man occurs) through annual direct fundraising and canned food drives. Other activities your support can help with include: queer leadership development, supporting artists, and underwriting the art, performance and infrastructure required to hold space for queer self-expression in San Francisco and Black Rock City.