Consolidated Association of Pride, Inc. (CAPI) is a California
501(c)(3) public benefit corporation made up of GLBT Pride
coordinators in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Utah
and the country of Mexico. Encompassing a full range of membership,
member committees range from some of the largest in the world
(San Francisco and Christopher Street West), to some of the
smallest, with midsize events well represented in the rank-and-file.
CAPI is a very active association with a governing Board of
five officers, providing a number of services to its members.
A few of these services include conferences, promotion program,
and video library.
was formed in 1987 in San Jose by five founding members, Christopher
Street West, Long Beach, San Diego, San Francisco and San
Jose, as the California Association of Pride, Inc. In 1996,
the association was renamed as the Consolidated Association
of Pride, Inc. to better reflect its membership, which had
grown from its original California based committees to include
members in several nearby states and Mexico - totaling 32
is a not-for-profit organization (incorporated in the USA)
whose membership consists of organizations in cities, towns
and countries all over the globe that produce community-based
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride events. InterPride's
main goals are to: promote Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender
Pride around the world; increase networking and communication
among Pride groups; encourage diverse communities to hold
Pride Events; and act as a source of information and education.
InterPride has over 120 member organizations, representing
24 countries from 6 continents, but its goals remain those
defined above. InterPride accomplishes these goals through
four main tools.