The “Open to All” campaign actively promotes an inclusive environment for all people in the City of Huntington. It is a product of the Huntington Mayor’s Diversity Advisory Committee. The Committee’s mission is to build community-wide relationships; to be a voice on issues of diversity and inclusion through education, communication and advocacy; and to facilitate positive change.
When we speak of diversity, we are speaking of our understanding that each individual is unique and our respect for our differences which include, but are not limited to, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities or attributes, mental or emotional health status, religious beliefs, or political beliefs.
The Mayor’s Diversity Advisory Committee encourages and welcomes all businesses, houses of worship, civic groups, nonprofit organizations and others to take the “Open to All” pledge.
We pledge to:
If you would like to go above and beyond taking the “Open to All” pledge and publicly displaying the decal, you can become a member of the One Hundred Club. The One Hundred Club is a voluntary next step that invites you to live out diversity and inclusion in all areas of your business or organization. Membership in the One Hundred Club means taking the “Open to All” pledge and displaying the decal; attending a free education workshop; and providing a narrative of a “best practice you’ve incorporated. Membership benefits include:
For more information about the “Open to All” campaign, email firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook at facebook.com/HuntingtonOpenToAll.