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Light Up Their Night: An Evening to Benefit NYC's Homeless LGBTQ Youth
Thursday, February 16, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
New York, NY
Trinity Place Shelter invites you to a cocktail party featuring a silent auction, as well as a special appearance by artist Rolf Koppel and his spouse, collaborator and model Will Johnson. Join us as we celebrate the photography of Rolf Koppel on exhibit, and enjoy an evening of hope and commitment to benefit the lives of homeless LGBTQ youth and young adults in our community. All proceeds go toward Trinity Place Shelter’s Building with Pride capital campaign.
OPEN BAR | MUSIC BY DJ SCOT BOWMAN
$40 ADVANCED TICKETS | $50 AT THE DOOR
Host Committee: Geronimo Desumala (Chair), Sean Casey, Ben Harvey, Aaron Lustbader, DJ Martin, Nathan Miller, Daniel Pieper, and Patty Rosado
Capital Campaign Co-Chairs: Joy Chia and Nicholas Robertson Forge
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Trinity Place Shelter
Our mission is to help homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer (LGBTQ) youth and young adults in New York City to safely transition out of the shelter system and grow into independent, positive, and productive adults.
Trinity Place Shelter is a non-sectarian, 10-bed transitional shelter that is open all year to provide LGBTQ youth/young adults with a safe place to sleep, eat, store belongings, have access to transportation, individual/group counseling, and additional independent living supportive services.
Through strong local community partnerships, we are able to provide access to comprehensive health services, case management, education, career counseling, art classes and mental health services. All youth referred to Trinity Place have been identified as interested in, or are actively seeking, employment or schooling.
We provide a unique, home and family-like environment where the youth receive the respect, individualized care, and basic services so often denied them.