In 2012, we had 17 community groups, in 2013 – 22 groups, in 2014 – 19 groups, in 2015 – 22 groups.
This year, we have 25 community groups at our community tent that everyone can visit!
Get to know and meet the people behind gayhealth.sg, Gender Collective, Humanist Society (Singapore), IndigNation SG, Kaleidoscope, KAMU, MARUAH, MOVE Community, Oogachaga Counselling and Support, Out To Care, SMU, Pelangi Pride Centre x SAFE – Supporting, AFfirming and Empowering our LGBTQ friends and family, Pink Avenues, Project X – Singapore, Queer Book & Movie Club, SGRainbow, Singapore Men’s Chorus, Singaypore SG, tFreedom, The G Spot, The Purple Alliance, The T Project, Thebearproject, Tomboy Pride, Women’s Nite, and Young OUT Here.
Singaporeans and PRs: Remember to bring your IC and flash it at us to collect a Pink Placard!
Non-Singaporeans and PRs: There are other activities you may participate at our Community tents, having a picnic, enjoying our Pink Concert and observing the raising or placards by Singaporeans.
Do note that everyone is welcomed at Pink Dot 2016! However, only Singaporeans and PRs are allowed to raise the placards during the demonstration segment due to park regulations. Click here for more information.
Established as one of the global leaders in Internet products and services, Google is acknowledged as the first corporate sponsor for Pink Dot SG, having come on board since 2011.
“Our goal is to make Google the greatest place for everyone to work. This means creating an environment where all Googlers can feel comfortable being themselves at work, so they and their teams can be more innovative, creative, and inspired. Supporting and enabling communities has always been core to our company culture.
Our global employee resource network called Gayglers is one of our grassroots networks of employees with shared values of supporting diversity and inclusion within our company and our communities. They’ve been instrumental in leading all of us to come together every year since Pink Dot was established in 2009. Google continues to stand proud as a supporter of Pink … Read More »