Welcome to Rainbow Spaces
Creating better spaces through inclusivity and equity
We saw there was a need for inclusive Queer Youth events
Rainbow Spaces was created to build spaces that are inclusive and effortless in communities whose diverse needs are often not addressed.
Our founders are both Queer and Ally, residents and leaders in our communities.
We know that true change is not just striving for equality, but equity, which is done through acknowledging our roots, our abilities, and our limitations; and addressing them.
We know success begins with comfort in our current space, and being able to move through the world with pride in who we are.
Our goal is to help you realize that being authentically you is your SUPERPOWER!
Our Upcoming Events
Always Free, Always Accessible, Always Inclusive
Along with our monthly Dungeons and Dragons meetup, we host multiple activities that bring youth together in a safe environment where they can enjoy just being youth.
Our Collaborative Events
We collaborate to ensure we are reaching our communities - Please review our past events below
SBYC Dungeons and Dragons
We collaborated with the South Bay Youth Center to bring Dungeons and Dragons to the South Bay
The Rainbow Soiree
Our Second annual Soiree was in collaboration with the San Diego Central Library this year
We collaborated with the Rainbow of Truth Circle to host a weekend of healing for our LGBTQ+ youth
The Latino Film Festival
We collaborated with the Latino Film Festival to host a free showing of Soy Nino.
Day of Healing
We came together at Olivewood Gardens to provide a space for healing for our LGBTQ+ families
The San Diego Opera
We collaborated with the San Diego Opera to give free access to the opera for our youth
Want to support our outreach?
Donate and fund an inclusive event.
At Rainbow Spaces we reinvest our donations back into our community organizations that help us create inclusive spaces.
We work hard to make sure that we don't just create inclusive spaces, but equitable spaces that benefit our community and it's advocates that are working hard, such as the YMCA and Our Safe Space.
All young people, regardless of sexual orientation or identity, deserve a safe and supportive environment in which to achieve their full potential.”