It's prom season! Flagler County's 2nd Annual Gay Prom will be here before you know it! Make sure that you dress to impress for our next LGBTQ+ Night @ Coquina! Especially since attendees will be voting on Prom King & Queen after a night of music and dancing! Who will you be asking to be your date? Have you ever wanted a re-do from your last prom? This is your chance!
> All proceeds benefit lesbian owned, Magik Audio, which will go towards sound equipment upgrades. This will in turn benefit future live events hosted by the National CARE Foundation and Flagler Pride since Magik Audio provides the majority of our sound support. When we have been in a pinch, Amanda "Magik" Waldman has never hesitated to volunteer her time and/or her equipment and we really want to thank her by making her a beneficiary of the door prize proceeds. Come show your gratitude on prom night!
Welcome to our 2nd Annual Denim Day Fundraising Campaign in honor of April being Sexual Assault Awareness Month, here in Flagler County, FL!
Dress code: Denim and/or Teal
Tickets are $25 per person which includes speakers on Center Stage and a Denim Day Walk around European Village followed by "grab-n-go" meals at Red Koi. We will conclude at Cork & Pint for some socializing and closing remarks. Please use the ticket link to register.
What else can you do to help raise money to support the cause?
• Small businesses can bring a donated good or service for our silent auction.
• Goods or services exceeding $1K in value will be up for grabs in a cash raffle.
• Donate directly to the National CARE Foundation (link coming soon!)
All donors will have social media spotlights, will join the speakers on center stage and will have their logos placed in the program.
The National CARE Foundation advocates for survivors of sexual assault and other traumatic circumstances through community awareness and by connecting them with services and resources that can enhance their quality of life. Sexual Assault Prevention & Recovery Educator, Erica Rivera supports Denim Day. She believes survivors and commits to being an upstander. She wants to ensure that the most vulnerable are protected by directly supporting rape prevention education and healing services for survivors of sexual harassment, assault, abuse and rape.
Denim Day is a campaign that began after a ruling by the Italian Supreme Court where a rape conviction was overturned because the justices felt that since the victim was wearing tight jeans she must have helped the person who raped her remove her jeans, thereby implying consent. The following day, the women in the Italian Parliament came to work wearing jeans in solidarity with the victim.