Harvey Milk Diversity Breakfast
Friday, May 18, 2018, 9:30-11:00 a.m. (Registration 8:45am-9:30am) Program starts at 9:30 sharp.
PALM SPRINGS CONVENTION CENTER, 277 N. Avenida Caballeros
Ticket price of $65 (+ service fee).
Other ordering option to avoid service fee: Click Here to Order by CheckDonate a ticket for a student ($56 charitable contribution). Donate one ticket for a student.(100% charitable contribution).Co-Sponsor Tables are available for $650. Includes table for ten and co-sponsor listing in printed program ($90 is a charitable contribution).Bronze Sponsor Tables of ten are $1,000. Includes table of ten, co-sponsor listing and name or logo in printed program and name on table sign ($440 is a charitable contribution).Silver Sponsor Tables of ten are $2,500. Includes one preferred table of ten, co-sponsor listing and proportional logo in printed program and name on table sign ($1,940 is a charitable contribution).Gold Sponsor Tables of ten are $5,000. Includes one premium table of ten, co-sponsor listing and proportional logo in printed program and logo on table sign ($4,440 is a charitable contribution).Platinum Sponsor Tables of ten are $10,000. Includes one front row preferred table of ten, co-sponsor listing and proportional logo in printed program and logo on table sign ($9,440 is a charitable contribution). The event seeks to bring together all who support equality and justice to celebrate the memory of this influential civil rights activist.
presented by: Lead organizers Greater Palm Springs Pride, Equality California Palm Springs, and The Desert AIDS Project and the Harvey Milk Diversity Breakfast Coalition
When he was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1977, Harvey Milk (1930- 1978) became one of the first openly gay men to be elected to political office in the United States. On election night, Harvey Milk reminded his supporters: “This is not my victory – it’s yours. If a gay man can win, it proves that there is hope for all minorities who are willing to fight.” He was assassinated (along with Mayor George Moscone) on November 27, 1978, only eleven months after taking office. Although he did not live to see his dreams fulfilled, the example of his life and leadership has made him an important national symbol for the struggle for human rights.
Proceeds benefit Coachella Valley youth through Gay Straight Alliance clubs and LGBT youth related programs.
277 N Avenida Caballeros
Palm Springs, California 92262