The annual summer garden party fundraiser at the Rottingdean Club is on Saturday, August 10 and this year will be raising funds for the Brighton Rainbow Fund.
With Brighton’s popular Bear Weekend just a few weeks away now, the team are busy putting the final preparations to what is looking likely to be the busiest gathering of bears and their admirers in Brighton so far!
Club Revenge and The Powder Room launch a new event to raise money for local LGBT+ causes….. The Powder Room: Queergasm! #1.
Tourism, Development and Culture Committee gives approval for Pride Village Party (PVP) to continue in the St James’s Street area of the city as part of the annual Pride event.
Fundraising events over World Aids Day (WAD) weekend at Club Revenge raised £1,555.35 for The Rainbow Fund. The money was raised from a pound per head donated from the annual Revenge World Aids Day Red Party on Saturday, December 1 and from their World AIDS Day Dragathon which featured some of Brighton’s finest queer performers including Lydia L’Scabies, Rococo Chanel, Baby, Tayris Mongardi, Prudence Rae, Rob From Finance and Alfie Ordinary.
Brighton Bear’s returned to B’e’ar Broadway for another Bear-a-oke Christmas Party on December 8, hosted by the talented Jon B and Candi Rell.
Krissie’s Christmas Crackers fundraising show at the Rottingdean Club last night (December 14), raised £355.15 for Rainbow Fund. Krystal Ball, Jamie Watson, Kara Van Park, Doctor Woof and Fonda Cox joined Krissie Ducann to deliver a first class night of entertainment.
The Regency Tavern are holding a fundraiser for the Rainbow Fund on Friday, December 14. THE party kicks off at 8pm with entertainment from Jason Thorpe, current holder of the Golden Handbag for Favourite Entertainer (Singer) and Billie Gold from 9pm. Money on the evening will be raised through a raffle featuring loads of fantastic prizes…
Rainbow Fund supports SWITCHBOARD in developing a new and essential initiative – Grief Encounters. GRIEF Encounters is a pilot project that aims to support LGBT+ people who have experienced a bereavement. In addition to the universal experiences of grief, pain and distress, LGBT+ people face other barriers and stressors in bereavement including homophobia (trans/bi/queerphobia), failure…
Switchboard would like to say thank you to the Rainbow Fund for awarding us with a grant of up to £18,500 this year at last nights Rainbow Awards (Oct 15) at the Hilton Brighton Metropole. THIS award will help us carry on our Rainbow Café – a service for LGBTQ people living with dementia and…