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2014 Bronx LGBTQ Pride & Health Fair

The LGBTQ Community Services Center of The Bronx, Inc.

Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EDT)

2014 Bronx LGBTQ Pride & Health Fair

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Donation   more info Ended
Attendance Registration - FREE   more info Ended Free $0.00
Registration w/ T-shirt Purchase (S, M, L sizes)   more info Ended $15.00 $1.74
Registration w/ T-shirt Purchase (XL-5X sizes)   more info Ended $18.00 $1.89
Non-Profit Exhibitor Registration   more info Ended $50.00 $3.49
Exhibitor Registration   more info Ended $100.00 $5.99
Non-Food Vendor Registration   more info Ended $150.00 $8.49
Food Vendor Registration   more info Ended $300.00 $15.99
Presenting Sponsor   more info Ended $1,000.00 $37.95
Major Sponsor   more info Ended $2,500.00 $82.95
Premier Sponsor   more info Ended $5,000.00 $157.95
Eighth-page Ad in Program   more info Ended $40.00 $2.99
Quarter-page Ad in Program   more info Ended $75.00 $4.74
Half-page Ad in Program   more info Ended $125.00 $7.24
Full-page Ad in Program   more info Ended $200.00 $10.99
Personal Booster Ad in Program   more info Ended $10.00 $1.49
Business Booster Ad in Program   more info Ended $25.00 $2.24

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Event Details

Our 2014 Bronx LGBTQ Pride & Health Fair returns this year on on Saturday, July 19th from 12-6 PM at the amphitheatre in Crotona Park, which is located just south of Indian Lake in the park.

We will present five community-based awards recognizing important members of our community this year. We hope that attendance at this year's pride event will exceed last year's estimated crowd count of 2,000.

Hosting this year's pride event will be Diva Jackie Dupree and the glamorous Lady Clover Honey. Information about additional entertainemnt will be released over the next few weeks as we draw closer to our pride event.

Lesbian Superstar Lori Michaels
(feat. Sasha X)
Headline Performer


Amadis Salsa


José Roldan Jr, actor, playwright, producer
Joey Ruckus, Hip Hop & EDM vocalist
Pissi Myles, drag entertainer
Frankie Allday, vocalist
LeeLee Heavenly, drag entertainment artist
Nicole Goodwin, spoken word artist
Christopher Murray, jazz/gospel vocalist
Isismariiee, youth drag entertainer
Alexa Dumont, Bronx-born & raised drag entertainer
Johnny Silvestry, NYC-based pop & ballad singer
Eve Black, Bronx-born & raised drag youth entertainer
Aaron Pfeiffer, NYC R&B vocalist
Spicky Hilton, vocalist and gender illiusionist
Rod Young, NYC-based vocalist
Simply Rob, Bronx-based spoken word artist
Tym Moss, NYC-based vocalist
L'Tifah Tigerss, Bronx-based dance artist

Additional entertainment will be announce over the next few weeks!

In addition to the performers who will entertain us, and we will have a number of guest speakers who will address the crowd for just a few minutes on topics as diverse as HIV, Suicide Prevention, LGBTQ History, Pride, and more. 

Marilyn Abalos, National Board of Governors of the Human Rights Campaign, Co-Chair of the Volunteer Committee of HRC Greater New York, and Board of Governors Advisor for the Political and Diversity Committee of HRC Greater New York.

Daniel Bauer, successor to Houdini, internationally-acclaimed escape artist, motivational speaker, and HIV activist.

CPT Tanya L. Domi (ret.), award-winning journalist, adjunct Professor at Columbia University, board president of GetEQUAL, vice-chair of the Global Action to Prevent War, director of media relations and spokesperson for The Graduate Center, CUNY, and deputy editor of The New Civil Rights Movement.

Kim Ford, an LGBTQ-right activist, founder of the Kitchen Table Giving Circle: A Black/African Descent Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Women Philanthropic Initiative, co-founder of the Black Lesbian Conference 2015: Beyond Bold & Brave – The Evolution of Our Community, and currently serves on the board of the Audre Lorde Project. 

Mathew Shurka, LGBTQ-rights activist and survivor of reparative therapy who will talk about its harmful effects.

Leslie L. Smith, producer, writer, director
Additional speakers will be announced soon!

Elected Officials:
Local elected officials will return this year in a strong show of support. Who knows ... maybe we will have another impromptu a capella performance from Assemblymember Carmen Arroyo!

The following elected officials have confirmed their attendance at our pride event:

Several health care organizations and medical providers will be on-site offering free health screenings and limited medical services. These include
  • Bureau of HIV/AIDS | NYC DOHMH
  • Callen-Lorde
  • Fire Department of New York
  • Human Rights Campaign
  • Media for the Public Good
  • NYC Administration for Children's Services
  • NYPD LGBT Liaisons Office
  • Raising Women's Voices NY
  • Sunrise Drop-In Center
  • The Trevor Project
  • Union Community Health Center

 We Need Your Help!
As a member-based nonprofit organization, we rely on the support of the community and our partners. Please consider assisting us: this is still time to register to exhibit.
Should you have any questions about any of the opportunities that are available to participate in this year's pride event, please contact the chair of the pride committee, Peter C. Frank, at secretary@bronxlgbtqcenter.org or call 914-417-9579.
We look forward to celebrating pride with you on July 19th in the Bronx!


AIDS Healthcare Foundation

Amida Care logo
Bronx 100
Gay City News
Get Out! weekly magazine
GO! Magazine logo
Union Community Health Center


Bronx Pride after-party
Have questions about 2014 Bronx LGBTQ Pride & Health Fair? Contact The LGBTQ Community Services Center of The Bronx, Inc.

When & Where

Crotona Park
Claremont Pkwy & Crotona Ave
Bronx, NY 10457

Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EDT)

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The LGBTQ Community Services Center of The Bronx, Inc.

The Bronx LGBTQ Center is a New York State membership-based not-for-profit corporation with 501(c)3 exempt status from the IRS building a new community services center for LGBTQ and supportive individuals in the Bronx, lower Westchester, and upper Manhattan. It offers supportive services (such as a free legal clinic, youth groups, and other support groups), social, recreational, business, artistic, and cultural events and programs. The Center partners with other community-based organizations to provide clinical and health-related services to the community. For more information, email info@bronxlgbtqcenter.org, call 347-LGBT-BX1, or visit us online at http://bronxlgbtqcenter.org, on Facebook at http://facebook.com/bronxlgbtqcenter, on Google+ at http://google.com/+BronxlgbtqcenterOrg, on Twitter at @BxLGBTQcenter, and on Instagram at @BxLGBTQcenter.

We are diligently working toward raising the funds necessary to secure an operating space and begin serving the needs of our communities within The Bronx and surrounding areas. The monies raised by our events will be used in furtherance of our mission, which is stated in the first paragraph.

We are actively seeking people interested in helping us serve the community and need as much help as possible. Please contact our volunteer coordinator at volcoord@bronxlgbtqcenter.org if you'd like to help out, or call (347) 954-9056.


Bronx LGBTQ Center
PO Box 356
Bronx, NY 10463
(347) LGBT-BX1

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


A.  The money goes to the new Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Community Services Center of the Bronx, Incorporated (d/b/a Bronx LGBTQ Center), the corporate entity that was formed in order to set up and operate the new community services center in The Bronx. All funds will be used in furtherance of the Bronx LGBTQ Center's mission. We will comply with all local, state, and federal laws ensuring accountability. We operate in an open and transparent manner (our board meetings are broadcast live on the Internet and archived on YouTube for anyone to see at any given time


A. Yes, we are a incorporated as a membership-based New York State Not-For-Profit corporation with 501(c)3 tax-exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service. We also are registered with the NYS Charities Bureau, governed by all the applicable laws of such non-profit organizations operating in New York State.


A. The purpose of the Bronx LGBTQ Center is to provide a safe space for all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) and LGBTQ, supportive individuals in The Bronx and surrounding areas (upper Manhattan, lower Westchester County); to meet, gather, socialize and receive support and services; to provide a safe space for other, licensed organizations to provide support and services to LGBTQ and LGBTQ-supportive individuals, to do everything normally associated with a community services organization, and for any other lawful, charitable purpose(s) in accordance with the provisions of these Articles of Incorporation and the By-Laws of the Corporation in which the Members and/or Board of Directors of the Corporation so elect.


A. We are a new organization currently in the midst of raising the funds required to open in a new space, which as describe above requires between $100-$250k.


A. Contact us here on this page (send us a message), e-mail info@bronxlgbtqcenter.org or call (347) LGBT-BX-1.


A. The new Bronx LGBTQ Center is a membership-based organization. Individuals and Families can purchase an annual membership in the Center, which gives them the right to vote during annual membership meetings and raise member items, very similar to how a shareholder votes for the board of directors and can create a shareholder derivative action in publicly-traded companies.

Additionally, New York State law allows for organizations, businesses, and corporations to purchase an annual membership. More information about Memberships, pricing, types, levels, and amounts will be forthcoming in the next few weeks.


A. These expensive events are fundraisers, not just a party for everyone to attend. In order to raise the monies required to build and operate a new community services center that will serve the needs of the LGBTQ community, we need money to cover all of our expenses and also to ensure our operational survival.

It will take approximately $100,000 - $250,000 to open and fund a new center for one year. That is the amount of money we need to raise before opening in a new space. This does not include any payments to employees; it is just for rent, utilities, equipment, and other expenses in beginning to provide services to the community, all of which are additional expenses that must be paid as well.

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