Want to join me in supporting a good cause? I'm raising money for RespectAbility for Disability Pride Month. This organization is working toward inclusion and diversity. They are helping to fight stigmas and advance opportunities so people with disabilities can participate in all aspects of the community, including the LGBTQIA+ community. Your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support. Here's some more info about RespectAbility below.
As the world starts to resume life and we get back to the things that we love. It's time to make those who we elected accountable to those campaign promises that they made. That includes jobs and care for the working class that put them in office. On Apr. 3 at 6:30 p.m. you are invited to watch and be entertained by the Thrive Ball for Jobs & Care.
On May 22, I was looking for a way to celebrate Black Music Month by supporting an organization that supports the arts, music and more in the black community. I found one that caught my eye after searching for a little bit and landed on the Foundation for Black Heritage and Culture. The foundation helps support the community through music, arts, and more and is based out of Houston, TX, and was founded by Richard Andrews in 2012. They are also the The Houston Black Heritage Music & Arts Festival.
Come and join GLSEN Phoenix for the reboot of their annual Q-Trivia Night at Kobalt in Phoenix, hosted by Freddy Prinze Charming & Felicia Minor.
#MovemberMonday! We passed our $200 goal and now we are aiming for $500! I appreciate any kind of contribution to this #Movember fundraiser. Awesome peeps who have been supportive: Joan, Brandon, Lee-ann,Juling, and Nestlé -- thank you! ❤ DONATE TODAY!
Hey there LOVES! Here are a couple of shows that have been added to my calendar and I hope to see you there!
Dear Friends, Family and Fans: As you know entertaining is one of my many passions. I recently competed in the Southwest Entertainer of the Year National pageant. I was awarded 2nd Alternate to Miss Southwest EOY, Zonnique Glam Demornay. I am fortunate to have promoters that have allowed me to compete in the national competition … Continue reading Help Fund Felicia Minor’s Journey to the Entertainer of the Year National pageant
The so many lights went out today in Newtown, CT.
To be proud of yourself, who you are and what you stand for is a major accomplishment. Being comfortable in your own skin without a care in the world.
Sometime being yourself and being accepted can be a battle between yourself, your family and the world around you.
Join HERO as we TOAST inspirational leaders in our community! You will also have the opportunity to tell HERO how you feel as you ROAST the organization and Steering Committee! Want to tell Meg Sneed what you think of her sweater vest collection, or reveal your crush on Jason Hoppe – this is your chance! … Continue reading HERO Roast and Toast – Hosted By F. Minor
Together as a community we can come together to show Peace, Love, Unity & Respect. Many members of the community have already started planning fundraisers for our two dear friends of the community Wes & Savannah who suffered a physical attack and disrupted their everyday life, there attacker may have attacked them physically, but he … Continue reading Just a Little Love
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The benefit show turned out to be a blast and a great time for me and the girls of Open Wide Productions. We presented the folks from Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS a picture that they are going to hang in their new facility! We are going to be fundraising for them all year long. On … Continue reading RECAP: Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS Fundraising show
Hey there dolls! Today was a good day! I started off by charging off to Charlies in Phoenix. They hosted Barbra Seville's Wonderful 100 team meet up and breakfast. It was great. I was on orange juice detail. Hehe. After a big team rally, we headed off to the Light Rail. I had never taken … Continue reading #AIDSWalkPhoenix & Rainbows