OUR RENTAL RATES AND POLICIES ARE CURRENTLY BEING RESTRUCTURED.
Due to the amount of growth that we have experienced, the Rush Center will no longer be booking reservations for individuals or private businesses. After our last expansion, we now have a total of 13 organizations that call the Rush Center home. Since our founding, we have been committed to serving non-profit organizations and community-based, grassroots groups that work to make Georgia more inclusive and equitable. In order for us to continue this progress, the Rush Center will now exclusively rent to non-profit organizations and grassroots community groups that are in alignment with our mission and values.
Thank you for your unwavering support and we look forward to better serving Georgia’s LGBTQIA+ community.
The Rush Center requires an online rental form for all reservations to be valid. Please submit the dates you’re interested in reserving space into our inquiry form below. Once the date(s) and time(s) have been approved you’ll be sent all final reservation materials. Reservations can only be confirmed once full payment has been received and processed.
PLEASE NOTE: If you would like a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday evening reservation in the Event Room we strongly recommend inquiring at least three months in advance. If you would like to rent the entire Annex building (The Event Room, The Conference Room, and The Training Room) for Saturday or Sunday, we recommend that you inquire around five months in advance.
Meet The Rush Center Coordinator
Sebastian Beckham “Becks” Nix
Becks is a Georgia native who grew up in rural West Georgia and currently resides in Decatur. He is a graduate of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University with a concentration in Public Policy and Nonprofit Leadership. His interest in local policy and community organizing has led him to work with multiple groups that promote social and racial justice initiatives. Before working as the Rush Center Coordinator, you might have seen him working with Georgia Equality, where he interned while in school.