Stomp Out Stigma Benefit in Cincy

Stomp-Poster2-1CINCINATTI – On Broadway Bar of Cincinatti will be hosting a fundraiser for Mr. Friendly of Cincinatti/Northern Kentucky on Saturday, March 16.

Bootblacks will be donating half their tips to Mr. Friendly along with pudding shots and giveaways. Donations can also be accepted at the Mr. Friendly table.

Mr Friendly is an international, grassroots movement to reduce stigma of HIV, encourage testing for HIV, and improve quality of life for those living with HIV. Started in Detroit, the organization now has chapters in Ohio, Missouri, the District of Columbia, and other areas across the U.S. Mr Friendly assists organizations and individuals worldwide to help them fight stigma of HIV, fulfill their missions to minimize the further transmission of HIV, to help them raise funds and to maximize the quality of life for those living with HIV.

Mr. Midwest Leather 2012 Matt Hengle will be at the event and is one of the organizers. “We have a great group here starting our journey to end the stigma of HIV/AIDS in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky,” Matt said.

Other special guests include David Watt, founder of Mr. Friendly; Mr. Cleveland Leather 2012 James Orosz; Pup Vidhra of Ruff Pups CNKY and Great Lakes Bootblack 2012 Bella.

The party starts at 9 p.m. at On Broadway Bar, 817 Broadway St, in Cincinnati, and ends at 11 p.m.

RSVP here at the Facebook Event Page.