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Live Out Loud's 6th Annual Pride in the Hamptons Fundraiser

Live Out Loud's 6th Annual Pride in the Hamptons Fundraiser:
Saturday, July 5th, 2014

At the Waterfront Home of Bruce T. Sloane, East Hampton, New York

The 6th Annual Pride in the Hamptons fundraiser will be an entertaining and eclectic evening of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, dinner, dancing and a silent auction to benefit Live Out Loud’s educational programs for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. The event will take place on Saturday, July 5th at the waterfront home of Event Chair Bruce T. Sloane at 21 North Bay Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937.

Honorary Chairs for the evening include: Donny Deutsch, Ariel Foxman, Joey Gonzalez & Jonathan Rollo, Terrence McNally & Tom Kirdahy, Tony Roncalli & Eric Von Kuersteiner, Daryl Roth, Hal Rubenstein & David Nickle, and Kim & Lexi Stolz.

Sponsors of the 6th Annual Pride in the Hamptons event include: Fund in the Sun, Queerty, Kevin G. Kelly, Douglas Petri, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars of Greenwich, Bruce T. Sloane, and Selma and Leon Sloane.

Media Sponsors: are dot429, GO Magazine, MetroSource, and

The Silent Auction Chair is Lisa Freedman.

The Event will be staged in two parts:
6-8:30pm: Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served up by Brent Newsom Catering, in tents overlooking the bay, while guests have an opportunity to peruse and bid on Silent Auction items.

8:30-10:30pm: A 3-course dinner will be served on the deck by Michael’s at Maidstone from East Hampton, NY.

Tickets to attend the fundraiser start at $250 for cocktails on the grounds.
A $425 ticket includes the dinner party following cocktails.

To purchase tickets, click on this link: Tickets for the Event.

If you would like to make a donation to the Silent Auction, please contact:

About Live Out Loud
Live Out Loud inspires, nurtures and empowers LGBTQ youth to build a successful future by connecting them to positive role models and affirmative experiences in the LGBTQ community.

By providing youth with opportunities to interact with adults who understand the realities of living openly as a member of the LGBTQ community, Live Out Loud helps young people to achieve academic success, healthy relationships, rewarding careers, and a fulfilling life.

Live Out Loud forges these crucial connections through innovative, hands-on initiatives that include:  bringing positive LGBTQ role models into classrooms and schools; bringing LGBTQ youth into workplaces to meet LGBTQ professionals from all walks of life; and providing financial and mentoring support to young scholars and leaders.