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M. Night Shyamalan to Host Free Discussion Next Week at the Penn Museum

Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan and his wife, Dr. Bhavna Shyamalan, will speak at the Penn Museum next week in what will be the first public program […]

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Here Are the 200 Restaurants and Food Trucks Participating in Dining Out for Life 2015

ActionAIDS‘s 25th annual Dining Out for Life (DOFL) takes place in Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley on April 30th, with nearly 200 restaurants and food trucks in the region taking […]

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DO THIS: 2nd Annual — and Very Gay — Charity Flip Cup Tournament

A gaggle of Philly gays (and some allies) will channel their inner frat boy for the Gay Bowl Committee and National Multiple Sclerosis Society‘s second annual […]

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10 Spring Charity Runs to Have on Your Radar

If you’re going to run, anyway, you might as well do it for charity, right? Right. Check out these races coming up in the next […]

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Taylor Swift Donates $50,000 to New York Public Schools

Wyomissing native Taylor Swift has made good on her promise to donate proceeds from her song “Welcome to New York” to the New York public […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Human Rights Campaign

Every Friday we spotlight a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week, The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), which “envisions a world where lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender […]

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Philanthropy Friday: AccessMatters Works to Promote Sexual Health in Underserved Communities of Philadephia

Every Friday we spotlight a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week, AccessMatters, a local organization working to promote sexual and reproductive health for individuals, families […]

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PHILANTHROPY FRIDAY: Kevin Burns Talks ActionAIDS and the Opening of the West Annex Clinic

Every Friday we spotlight a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week, Kevin Burns tells us about ActionAIDS‘ first HIV primary care clinic, which opened […]

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Salt-N-Pepa Performing at CHOP Fundraiser

Friends of CHOP is going ’80s hip-hop for its upcoming Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia benefit, Cheers for CHOP, with organizers tapping rap queens Salt-N-Pepa as headliner. This performance is a […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Bread & Roses Community Fund

Every Friday we spotlight a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week: Bread & Roses Community Fund, which provides grants and technical assistance to communities in the Philadelphia […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Therapy Center of Philadelphia

Every Friday we spotlight a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week, Alison Gerig talks about Therapy Center of Philadelphia, a local organization that provides affordable psychotherapy on a […]

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PHOTOS: 2014 FIGHT For Life Gala Starring Out NFLer Wade Davis

Friday—after a heated game of dodgeball with local LGBT youth on Thursday—former NFL pro Wade Davis hit up Philadelphia FIGHT‘s 2014 FIGHT For Life Gala […]

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PHOTOS: Gay Holiday Spirits Ran High at TOY

Charitable, in-the-holiday-spirit LGBTers braved the drizzle Saturday night to head to Old City for Delaware Valley Legacy Fund‘s annual holiday fundraiser, TOY. This was the […]

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NFL Pro Wade Davis Takes On Philly FIGHT Youth In a Game of Dodge Ball

Openly gay former NFL player Wade Davis is coming to Philly tomorrow to speak at Philadelphia FIGHT’s 2014 FIGHT For Life Gala, a fundraiser for the organization’s mission […]

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How to Go Local and Gay, Gay, Gay on #GivingTuesday

Today is #GivingTuesday, and it’s such a breath of fresh air after the insanity that is Black Friday and Cyber Monday. If you haven’t done […]