Our goal is to donate every dollar raised from ticket sales and donations to the following:

Sunday, October 8 - jackson, ms
Thalia Mara hall

The AIDS Services Coalition, in cooperation with our community partners, is committed to providing the best possible solutions for men and women living with HIV.


The Human Rights Campaign is America's largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer equality.

The Transgender Education and Advocacy Program of Mississippi (TEAP-MS) focuses on strategies that reduce discrimination faced by trans and gender non-conforming people by collaborating directly with the trans community to educate the public at-large, media, and policymakers.


Tuesday, October 10 - birmingham, al
alys stephens Center

The mission of the Steel City Men's Chorus (SCMC) is to create community, educate, and give voice to LGBTQ issues through music and service.


The Human Rights Campaign is America's largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer equality.

PFLAG Birmingham advocates full equality and civil rights for all people. Our monthly peer-to-peer support group meetings help families in crisis to dispel myths and stereotypes about sexual orientation and gender identity. By encouraging dialogue in a confidential, non-judgmental environment, we strive to promote the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) persons, their families and their friends.


The mission of Birmingham AIDS Outreach (BAO) is to enhance the quality of life for people living with HIV / AIDS, at-risk, affected individuals, and the LGBTQ community through outreach, age-appropriate prevention education, and supportive services. BAO provides free services to over 800 HIV positive individuals and touches thousands of lives through community events, HIV testing, and prevention outreach.


Wednesday, October 11 - knoxville, tn
knoxville civic auditorium

in celebration of NATIONAL COMING OUT DAY


Knoxville Gay Men's Chorus believes in the power of Music and Performance Arts. Through live performances and educational programs we will provide quality entertainment by creating opportunities for the artistic minds in our region to exercise, nurture and grow their talents. By cultivating and promoting the musical performing arts, we will improve the quality of life in the East Tennessee area and state of Tennessee.


Campus Pride represents the leading national nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization for student leaders and campus groups working to create a safer college environment for LGBTQ students.



Positively Living serves vulnerable groups struggling to survive the challenges created by HIV/AIDS, homelessness, mental illness, addiction, and disabilities. Our mission is to improve the lives of the people we serve through advocacy, counseling, socialization, housing, case management and support.

PFLAG is the extended family of the LGBTQ community. We're made up of LGBTQ individuals, family members and allies.

First Baptist Church

United Ministries has thoughtful services that serve, transform, and empower those in need toward achieving self-sufficiency. This means that our services can be quite different from one another, but they all work toward a common goal.

PFLAG Greenville has been in the forefront of the battle for equality for GLBT individuals in South Carolina for 20 years. We are thankful for our heritage and for two ladies (Leslie Johnson and Carole Lender) who had the courage to start the chapter at a time when it was not popular to talk about GLBT issues. Much has been accomplished, but there is much more to do, particularly in Upstate South Carolina.


AID Upstate is a contractor with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SC DHEC) to provide supportive services to people living with HIV/AIDS and prevention services to the Upstate community—particularly focusing on “high-risk” populations/communities


In all facets of the life and ministry of our church, including but not limited to membership, baptism, ordination, marriage, teaching and committee/organizational leadership, First Baptist Greenville will not discriminate based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

Saturday, October 14 - charlotte, nc
ovens auditorium 

PFLAG Charlotte, founded in 1987, is an official chapter of PFLAG National – a national organization of parents, families, friends and allies united with LGBTQ people to advance equality and to promote a world that is safe and inclusive for our LGBTQ family members and friends.


RAIN ensures access to quality, personalized care in a nurturing environment for individuals and their families who are living with HIV and associated chronic conditions so they may live healthier fulfilled lives. Through education and advocacy, RAIN promotes disease prevention, understanding and dignity for those affected by HIV and for those who are at risk.

Transcend Charlotte is a smaller organization serving one of North Carolina's most vulnerable communities. Trans folks are not only directly targeted under HB2, but are especially affected by the region's high rates of poverty, making it hard to access healthcare services. To this end, Transcend Charlotte provides therapy and counseling, referral services, education, social support groups, and the "TransCloset," which provides free clothing to trans and GNC folks to support them in their transition or gender experimentation. 

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One Voice brings together the voices of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer folks to put on concerts that attract a diverse audience of LGBTQ and straight alike. Their commitment to artistic excellence and to commissioning and performing works by LGBT composers helps contribute to the growing LGBT cultural legacy and has carried their mission of social justice and change across the South.



GMC Charlotte is one of the South's newest gay and lesbian choruses, adding their voice to the mission of creating safe and respectful communities that are inclusive of all LGBTQ people. They also give their services to the Charlotte community through choral education and benefit performances for a variety of causes, including HIV/AIDS advocacy, LGBTQ youth, seniors, and youth music programs.


Time Out Youth Center is a place where you can experience a sense of belonging and community. Whether you are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, a straight ally – or just don’t want to be labeled, you will be welcomed here.