|Joy Tomchin, nationally recognized activist in the LGBT, women’s and children’s rights movements.|
This year GMHC will present Judith Peabody Humanitarian Awards to The Keith Haring Foundation and to Joy Tomchin, an activist and the Executive Producer of How to Survive a Plague. The award acknowledges Joy's and the Keith Haring Foundation's participation with GMHC - and by extension, the difference the two have made across the LGBT and HIV/AIDS communities.
|Stocking shelves at the Keith Harring Food Pantry Program.|
SAVOR will be hosted by Cynthia Nixon, and the lavish four-course dinner prepared by chefs Alex Guarnaschelli of The Darby Butler; Justin Warner of Do or Dine; Silvano Fiorindo of Cipriani; and Colleen Grapes of The Harrison and The Red Cat.
The dinner is an opportunity to introduce yourself or your brand to an expansive philanthropic community, while helping GMHC better serve its clients.
Tickets are available. Buy your tickets today.
Contact Craig de Thomas at
917-495-7863 or email@example.com.
|Introduce your brand to an expansive philanthropic community while helping GMHC better serve its clients.|