Deliver the Dream Presents 7th Annual Red Hot & In Style to Benefit LGBTQ Youth 

Via: Deliver the Dream

(Press Release) Deliver the Dream (DTD), a South Florida-based non-profit that organizes retreats for families experiencing a serious illness or crisis, will host its 7thAnnual Red Hot & In Style charity date auction featuring some of South Florida’s most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes. 

The event will be hosted by Daisy Deadpetals and Electra, South Florida's legendary Divas, on Thursday, May 9 at 7 p.m.  Bachelors and bachelorettes will be from a variety of industries and will also include your favorite bartenders on The Drive.  The event will take place at Hunters Nightclub, 2232 Wilton Drive.

Whether you are looking for that special someone, or you just want to mix and mingle for a great cause, Red Hot & In Style promises to be a fun night out. Anyone can bid on the date packages, as the winner has the option to go on the date with the bachelor/bachelorette or take someone else on the date. The silent auction will also feature a wonderful variety of items.

There is no cover charge for the event so guests are encouraged to come out and be ready to bid on the ladies and gentlemen and their exciting date packages. If guests are looking to be a bit more glamorous they are offering VIP tickets at $50 which includes an open bar, light bites and access to the VIP balcony bar. 

All proceeds from the event directly fund Deliver the Dream’s specialized Family Retreat Program, serving LGBTQ youth.  Deliver the Dream doesn’t define the family unit and is proud to serve gay and lesbian families in the community. Retreats happen every month, each inviting up to 15 families, free of charge, to get away from the stress of their everyday lives and connect with other families living with similar circumstances.

“The LGBTQ community is part of the Deliver the Dream family and always has been since our very first retreat. Red Hot & In Style is an opportunity for everyone to come together to celebrate the opportunity to help our LGBTQ youth who are dealing with the often difficult pressures of coming out,” said Paul Withrow, executive director.  “We are proud of the impact we have been able to make in our LGBTQ community.” 

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