Inside Look: San Francisco’s Biggest Halloween Charity Costume Ball
Hollywood stars – the living, undead, and those made from wax – will dazzle the City by the Bay this HalloweenOrange is the New Black/Hollyween
Passport, America’s #1 gay travel magazine, has moved New York’s wildly popular Halloween charity ball across the country to San Francisco for the biggest Hollyween yet. Over 350 guests will join Passport and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence for a night of cocktails, auctions, and dancing to benefit the Richmond/Ermet AIDS Foundation.
The Richmond/Ermet AIDS Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization originally established to raise funds for and awareness about AIDS service provider agencies through the production of quality entertainment events. Born from the grass-roots efforts of two mothers, Barbara Richmond and the late Peggy Ermet, who lost their only sons to AIDS as a way to honor their sons’ memories and to help alleviate the suffering of many of the other sons and daughters living with HIV and AIDS, the Foundation now also supports hunger programs to feed the needy and programs that inspire, support and serve homeless and underserved youth.
Over the past four years, Passport’s Hollyween charity ball has raised over 0,000 for LGBT non-profits in NYC.