The mission and purpose of the Pomona Pride Center is to support LGBTQ+ people to thrive as healthy, equal and complete individuals, while creating an inclusive community.
The Pomona Pride Center empowers the Pomona Valley community members who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+), and their families, to enjoy healthier and more fulfilling lives.
Holism: Interdependence is at the foundation of omega’s world view. We believe that the well-being of each of us is deeply connected to the well-being of all living things. We honor our inherent diversity, belonging, and contribution to the greater whole and value the fullness of every human being- mind, body, heart, and spirit.
Community: We believe human being thrive in the connection with one another. We celebrate human diversity and strive for the broadest representation of the perspectives in all that we do, recognizing that it enriches our lives and our learning community. We adopt a stance of mutuality and invite people to find belonging, to feel safe, to be nourished, and to create community.
Sustainability: We hold an optimistic view that each of us can contribute toward a regenerative future. We recognize that the natural environment cannot be protected without creating social cohesion, economic stability, universal human rights, and a culture of peace. We are committed to developing paths forward by demonstrating actionable solutions.
Service: We believe that people the world over want to make a meaningful contribution to make a meaningful contribution to the well-being of others. Service is the path toward greater understanding of ourselves, others, and the world we share. It requires presence, self-awareness, compassion, and empathy. Service is a cornerstone of self-actualization and of our organizational culture.
Integrity: We conduct ourselves with honesty, fairness, candor, and respect in our personal, organizational, and business relationships. We learn from our mistakes, speak truthfully, and stick to our principles even when it’s difficult. We treat others as we ourselves would want to be treated, and focus on the collective good.