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‘A Gay Night to Remember’ in Bacolod raises funds for PLHIVs

To raise funds for Filipino people living with HIV (PLHIVs) through The Project Red Ribbon Care Management Foundation Inc, the Tangub Gay Organization (TangGO) – in cooperation with the Federation of Negros LGBT – held “A Gay Night to Remember” in Bacolod City.

To raise funds for Filipino people living with HIV (PLHIVs) through The Project Red Ribbon Care Management Foundation Inc, the Tangub Gay Organization (TangGO) – in cooperation with the Federation of Negros LGBT – held “A Gay Night to Remember” in Bacolod City.

In a variety show cum concert, gay and transwomen members of the organizations showcased performances.

“We had a chance to present the Bekitaktakan videos (of TLF Share) for LGBT awareness, and also to answer FAQs about LGBT. We were able to distribute flyers (of TRR) and condoms (CLMMRH-HACT) for HIV awareness,” said Carlos Montecarlo of the Federation of Negros LGBT.

Pozzie Pinoy of The Project Red Ribbon celebrated this show of support to their efforts, since part of the proceeds is going to TRR Love Fund.

Ronel Cruz, president of Tangub Gay Organization, organized this event with the help of the officers of the Federation of Negros LGBT, Carlos Montecarlo, Carmelo ‘Meloy’ Jalandoon, and Luigi Espeja.

 

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