Our Mission -->
Our mission is to create safe(r) and more equitable space(s) for LGBTQIA+ people and their allies to be heard, seen and supported.
Our Vision -->
The Rainbow Cloud Project works to assist the LGBTQ+ community, and their allies, online and in person. We create safe spaces through CELEBRATING and UNITING diverse communities through our organization and lifestyle brand. Providing connection and supporting LGBTQ+ people, their allies, businesses, and organizations.
Our unwavering mission is to bring people together, through social justice work and community organizing, to create safer and equitable spaces, for all those who strive for inclusivity in their community.
We celebrate everyone here at TRCP. You are loved.
We strive to do the work to #SpeakUpForEquality in hopes to provide LGBTQ+ people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and expressions and cultures the opportunity to seek support and unconditional acceptance.
A place where individuals can learn, grow, socialize, and feel safe.
About us -->
The Rainbow Cloud Project (TRCP) prides itself on spreading awareness of the lives and stories of LGBTQ+ individuals and their allies. Founded in early 2020 by activist and creative, Cameron Stefanski, TRCP exists to make everybody feel like somebody.
To advocate and to speak up for equality, to provide educational and mental health resources from professionals, artists, educators, and collaborators - as well as mindful and motivational mantras for its community (Rainbow Cloud Chasers) in their everyday lives.
The Rainbow Cloud Project works to assist the LGBTQ+ community, and their allies, online and in person. We create safe spaces through CELEBRATING and UNITING diverse communities through our organization and lifestyle brand.
We create these safe spaces through collaboration with creative partners, small businesses, and organizations who also share this same mission. We do so through education, activism, and community organizing.
We are currently in the process of actively seeking our nonprofit status as an organization. We look forward to doing more for our community and beyond once we formally are recognized as a not-for-profit public charity. In the meantime, there are several ways you can support our mission. Learn more about ways you can support TRCP by clicking here.
In addition, our Rainbow Cloud houses resources that can be of use to anyone who may be struggling with overcoming any adversity. We hope to see you in the Rainbow Cloud.
We are committed, through action, to making sure everyone feels safe, seen, and supported. We are here for the LGBTQ+ community and their allies online, and in-person (at a safe distance of course), through building a better world for all people.
We make it our mission to support all people through connection, amplifying the stories of LGBTQ+ people, businesses, and organizations, and most of all spreading a little love and hope wherever we go.
At TRCP, we have always sought to create a community that embraces everyone. Our platform is a haven for many to come to speak their truth and share their stories, whether that be online or in person. That is why we are committed, through action, to ensure that everyone feels seen, heard and supported.
We hope you will join us in the Rainbow Cloud.
Cameron Stefanski aspires to inspire others through helping those who feel that they struggle with being accepted and loved.
His dream, with this organization, and for the world, is to create an environment that promotes acceptance, community, and compassion, whether that is online or in person.
He encourages everyone to help others to rise to their full potential, no matter their race, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status. He implores you to make sure that everyone is seen, heard, and supported.
Stefanski is 28 years old and is a graduate of Gaylord High School Class of 2011. He is an alumnus of The Young Americans International Music Outreach Company where he toured performing and teaching across the world in Japan, Europe, the United Kingdom, Canada, and North American for 5 years. He is the former Director of Development and Programming at the nation's largest summer performing arts training program, French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts, in New York.
Stefanski is a graduate of Midland University in Omaha, Nebraska with a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Arts Management and Business.
In 2020, he founded The Rainbow Cloud Project from a senior thesis project in college that he was working on in a course called Social Movements + Digital Advocacy.
Stefanski continues to be an exuberant creative professional with an unwavering passion for igniting and nurturing thought processes through individual experiences through the arts, business, and social justice initiatives.
You can find Cameron enjoying a cup of coffee, listening to his favorite show tunes, or baking his homemade cookies that have come to have the name 'Cam's Cookies.'
He implores you to join him in creating and manifesting a more just, equitable, and equal world for all.
He hopes you will consider this mantra each day:
"Always be a rainbow in someone else's cloud."
- Maya Angelou
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