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The LGBT Asylum Project is the only San Francisco nonprofit organization exclusively dedicated to providing accessible legal representation for LGBT asylum seekers who are fleeing persecution due to their sexual orientation, gender identity and/or HIV status.

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Sponsorship Levels:

Marathoner ($1000 or more)

  • Public acknowledgement to all in attendance at the start of the run (500-plus runners, in addition to hundreds of friends, supporters and spectators)
  • Larger logo and premium placement on Pride Run giveaway items to registered participants
  • One free entry to the Pride Run
  • Includes all items listed in the half-marathon sponsorship level

(Note: Other recognition negotiable depending on sponsor needs)

Half Marathoners ($500 - $999)

  • Your business logo on Pride Run giveaway items to registered runners
  • Your coupons or promotional items in our ‘goodie bags’
  • Acknowledgment with logo on San Francisco FrontRunners and SFPrideRun websites for at least one year; thanks in club publications
  • Attendance at a sponsor thank-you party in San Francisco

Marathoners ($1000 or more)

Kaiser Permanente

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For info call:1-800-464-4000

Pota Perimenis - Compass

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891 Beach St

San Francisco, CA 94109

Phone: 415-407-2595

Hanke & Co. Wealth Management, LLC

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100 Bush St., Ste. 1675

San Francisco, CA 94104

Phone: 415-781-6300



Mama Lamees

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2948 Folsom St.
San Francisco, Ca 94110.

Half Marathoners ($500 - $999)

Sponsored by Lavation


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Personal Training and Pilates

784 Stanyan St

San Francisco, CA  94117


Michael Tomas

Adoption Facilitation Service

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1250-I Newell Ave. #245
Walnut Creek, CA,94596

In-Kind Donations

Sponsored by A Runner's Mind

A Runner's Mind

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Sponsored by Whole Foods Market

Whole Foods Market

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Sponsored by Sports Basement

Sports Basement

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Sponsored by Boudin Bakery

Boudin Bakery

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Sponsored by Crunch Fitness

Crunch Fitness

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Sponsored by Studiopatro


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Sponsored by Oollee


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Water provider

Sponsored by Fitness SF

Fitness SF

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General contact:

Phone: 415-FITNESS (348-6377)

Sponsored by Cole Hardware

Cole Hardware

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Sponsored by Fort Point Beer Company

Fort Point Beer Company

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Sponsored by Fogo de Chao

Fogo de Chao

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Sponsored by Frameline


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Sponsored by Inside Trail Racing

Inside Trail Racing

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Sponsored by Original Joe's

Original Joe's

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Sponsored by Equator Coffees

Equator Coffees

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Past Beneficiaries

An estimated $150,000 has been given to charities.

  • 2019 - Gender Spectrum ($14,000)
  • 2018 - Project Homeless Connect ($10,000)
  • 2017 - Alliance Health Project
  • 2016 - Open House ($15,113)
  • 2015 - Pacific Center for Human Growth
  • 2014 - Castro Community on Patrol
  • 2013 - Larkin Street Youth Services
  • 2012 - Out in the Bay ($9,400)
  • 2011 - Family Builders and Bay Positives
  • 2010 - GSA Network and Being Positive
  • 2009 - GSA Network
  • 2008 - Lyon Martin Health Services ($6,500) and Black Coalition on AIDS ($6,500)
  • 2007 - AIDS Emergency Fund ($19,000)
  • 2006 - San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department's Eureka Valley Teen Program & The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society
  • 2005 - UCSF AIDS Health Project & Family Builders by Adoption
  • 2004 - Larkin Street Youth Services & The LGBT Center
  • 2003 - LYRIC & IGLHRC
  • 2002 - Metropolitan Community Center & Positive Resource Center
  • 2001 - New Conservatory Theatre & The LGBT Center
  • 2000 - LYRIC & The LGBT Center
  • 1999 - LYRIC & PFLAG
  • 1998 - The Family Link & Friends of Recreation & Parks (fountain)
  • 1983 (Gay Run) - AIDS, presented to Dr. Kent Sack, president of Bay Area Physicians for Human Rights ($4,300)

Giving back to the community

Each year, the members of the San Francisco FrontRunners nominate and select Bay Area charities serving the LGBTQ and greater community to be the recipient of the net proceeds from the annual Pride Run and Sponsorship dollars. The beneficiary is chosen by popular vote by the members of SFFR and the members are invited to submit nominations.