ToFF gives a giant thank you to Christopher Street West, Steve Ganzell, Tom Pardoe, the City of West Hollywood, everyone that volunteered in the ToFF booth, Miguel Angel Reyes, the artists that showed with us: Michael Kirwan, Lalo Ugalde, E. Salvador Hernandez, Ethann Maxx, Hector Silva and EVERYONE that stopped by Tom of Finland Foundation.
LA PRIDE 2013
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Included: A visit to legendary Gay artist Tom of Finland’s Los Angeles sanctuary.
On behalf of the SF AIDS Foundation and LGBT I’d like to thank the Tom of Finland visitors for your kind and generous donations. With your generosity and support I have reached my goal of $5,000.00 and plus.
All the artwork that was done in the drawing workshop was sold with proceeds going to the AIDS/Lifecycle.
A huge THANK YOU to everybody who came to my fundraiser – I enjoyed seeing you. Thank you for your generosity, time and good wishes. Special thanks goes to Miguel Angel Reyes for putting together this AIDS/LifeCycle event and S. R. Sharp and Durk Dehner of Tom of Finland Foundation for hosting!!!
Also, a big thank you to Terry Grand, Roger Warnix, Thomas Rogillio, Jim Patrone for supporting me on this amazing journey. It’s a pleasure to have met you and I am looking forward to more fun times.
Payasos L.A. donated half of the proceeds from “Hell on Wheels, Part 1″ to ToFF. Their first, annual motorcycle ride reconnected generations and revitalized their Leather roots. It is always great to see new people at TOM House.
Payasos-L.A. is a nonprofit brotherhood of Gay/Bi Latino men who are committed to supporting and enhancing the quality of life for our communities and for future generations.