This annual celebration honors outstanding LGBT Latino and Latina community leaders, raises funds to preserve LGBT Latino history and educate the public about our contributions to society. This year's reception will gather over 100 community leaders from 6-8:30pm on September 18, 2015 at the Human Rights Campaign Equality Forum, 1640 Rhode Island Ave. NW, DC. Join us for appetizers wine, entertainment and great company! Sponsorship levels are $250+, $500+, $1,000+ and $2,500+. Sponsors will receive recognition in the printed program, website, promotional materials and in a video display. Additional information is available by emailing Sponsor@LatinoGLBTHistory.org. To volunteer or request complimentary tickets contact sponsor@LatinoGLBTHistory.org.
Sponsorship Donation via PayPal
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You may also make a contribution by writing a check to the Latino GLBT History Project and mail addressed to: Latino GLBT History Project, c/o CFO Services Group, 1308 19th St. NW, Suite 100, Washington, DC 20036 or use the PayPal links below.
Student & Low Income Scholarships: Sign up using the Eventbrite form.
Partners: ¡Empodérate! of La Clínica del Pueblo, GLOV DC, Grupo Dignity Latino Washington, Latin Ameican Youth Center, Mayor's Office of GLBT Affairs, Metropolitan Community Church Washington DC, Trans-Latina Coalition, Rumba Latina, Armando Valentino Graphic Design, Danny Fowler, Tagg Magazine, CapitalWirePR. El Zol 107.9fm.
Event Co-Chairs: Joanna Cifredo, FireBreathingTGirl.com & David M. Pérez, President, LHP
Padrino & Madrina Hosts
Jeremy Ayers, Leti Gomez, Adam Luna, Lisbeth Melendez-Rivera & Lisa Emina Weiner-Mahfuz, Ben Francisco Maulbeck, Russell Roybal, Luis Torres & Thomas Nasvytis
Host Committee Members
Charles Allen, Nancy Cañas & Ana Gomez, Jose Gutierrez, Wil Gutierrez, Sergio Lopez, Paul Marengo, Michael Martinez, Jose Plaza, May Sifuentes, Jennifer Sanchez
We will celebrate LHP’s Quinceañera with our inaugural commemorative poster featuring a selection of photos celebrating the 15 years since LHP’s founding and moments of celebration among LGBTQ Latino organizations, leaders, and community members from metropolitan Washington. The poster will be distributed throughout the District in partnership with Latino and LGBT non-profits, government agencies, public libraries, and youth programs. During LGBT History Month in October, LHP will launch its bilingual oral history collection program in partnership with the Smithsonian Latino Center.
Save the Date for Nov. 14th: LHP Panel at Historical Society of Washington Conference - 3:15PM to 4:45PM