LGBT NONPROFIT LOST-N-FOUND YOUTH Atlanta homeless LGBT youth organization Lost-n-Found Youth ran away with this year's race for best LGBT nonprofit. The group has continued to capture the state (and the na...
You now officially have no excuse to be bored this spring. You have been warned. Atlanta is packed with sports for every gender identity, sexual orientation, body type and skill level out there in the LGBT c...
Break out the plaid shorts and striped tank tops, the flip flops and Ray Bans, get those mani and pedis and gather at the place most holy during this time of year for all of gay Atlanta (and everyone else)―Pied...
Best Charity Benefit
Long considered the close of Atlanta’s social season, Toy Party, put on by For the Kid in all of Us (www.forthekid.org), collects thousands of toys and dollars to provide children with holiday gifts. The Joining Hearts Pool Party (www.joininghearts.org), scheduled for July 21, nabbed second place as it raises funds to support housing for people with HIV. Atlanta’s HRC Gala Dinner (www.atlantahrcdinner.org), a black-tie event in May which raises money for the national Human Rights Campaign, finished third.
The Atlanta Bucks host the annual 'Purple Dress Run' today
Just prior to heading to Minneapolis to participate in an international tournament in mid June, members of the Atlanta Bucks Rugby Football Club are bringing out their roller skates for a benefit to raise money for the trip.
The Shiny Rugby Balls roller disco party June 12 will be the final fundraiser before the team heads to the Mark Kendall Bingham Memorial Tournament, a.k.a. the Bingham Cup.
Atlanta Bucks Rugby holds final fundraiser tonight before heading to Bingham Cup