TransTastic Night to Remember, Aug. 13

DETROIT — Let’s all come out and have a great time celebrating our authenticity! This event will be hosted by the Motor City Sisters and funds will be split between Ruth Ellis Center and The Motor City Sisters.

Your $20 admission covers:
Catered dinner and dessert
Screening of the movie “The Danish Girl” w/popcorn
2 Surprise Raffles
A silent auction “of some amazing things”
Keynote speakers from Ruth Ellis Center and others

Come on out and have a great time!

Thanks for generous donations from Wrigleys Pharmacy.

The Ruth Ellis Center (REC), incorporated in 1999, is a youth social services agency with a mission “to provide short-term and long-term residential safe space and support services for runaway, homeless, and at-risk lesbian, gay, bi-attractional, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth.” As LGBTQ youth continue to be disproportionately affected by homelessness, the Ruth Ellis Center remains dedicated to ensuring that these vulnerable youth and young adults receive the services and inherent protections available to all citizens. While the Center emphasizes serving LGBTQ youth who are often ostracized, shamed, and denied services by other agencies, no youth, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation is turned away or denied services.

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Motor City Sisters