Is Brave Soul Collective limited to only the DC community?
No. Although the founders of BSC currently reside in Washington, DC
Our aim is to make BSC accessible to individuals nationally, via our website, and BraveSoulSaturday gatherings which will be held in different cities.

Is Brave Soul Collective intended only for gay/bisexual/transgendered people?
No. One of the founding principles of BSC is inclusion. Though one of our main objectives is to provide safe space and community for same gender loving individuals, we welcome participation and involvement from any individuals whose hearts and minds are open, and who seek to connect through the demonstration of individuality and truth.

Is BSC only for individuals who are living with HIV or AIDS?
No. While one of BSC's primary issues is HIV/AIDS awareness, we aim to reach out to all individuals regardless of their HIV status. We believe that facilitating healthy, honest, discussion about HIV/AIDS will assist in stopping the spread of the disease.

Is BSC intended only for individuals who are performing artists?
No. BSC encourages all individuals who have an appreciation and/or love for the arts to communicate, participate and involve themselves with our activities.

Does it cost anything to be a part of the Brave Soul Collective community?
No. Brave Soul Collective gratefully accepts all financial contributions made to support our arts & community work.

Brave Soul Collective is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of Brave Soul Collective may be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

To make a donation online, please visit: Donate To BSC at Fractured Atlas OR

Make a check payable to "Fractured Atlas" and mail to:
Brave Soul Collective
PO Box 4034
Washington, DC 20044

For answers to any other questions or concerns, please feel to contact us by email