Capital City BEARS
About The Capital City Bears

Capital City Bears is a social organization created to bring together gay and bisexual people, who are either bears or bear admirers and who share common interests, for friendship and fellowship.

In 2005, nine friends met at a house on Green Street in Harrisburg and formed the Capital City Bears. They wanted to create an organization where bears and bear admirers could socialize in the Harrisburg area. Over the years, the club has grown to over 70 current members. The club has had three presidents and two logos since 2005. The nine bear paws in the current logo represent the nine original Capital City Bears.

The purpose of Capital City Bears is to sponsor and promote social and recreational activities for its members and to conduct occasional fund-raising activities for selected charities.

We are located on the banks of the beautiful Susquehanna River in Harrisburg, the capital of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

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Our Charities

Our selected charities include The United Way Foundation of the Capital Region, The Black and White Party, NorthWest Pennsylvania Pride Alliance, Equality North Carolina, South Carolina Equality, and Red Ribbon Friends, Leukemia/ Lymphoma, Ovarian Cancer, Alzheimers Research, Howard Hanna Children's Free Care Fund, Heavenly Paws, Highmark Childrens Fund, Central PA Pride, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and Special Olympics (York Polar Bear Plunge).

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