Portland, OR. GlamHer, Bradley Angle’s signature event, reached for the stars and celebrated galactic ideas at this year’s science fiction-inspired ball. Sold out two weeks in advance, the fundraiser hosted 460 guests at the Nines Hotel in downtown Portland. (Photo credit, Andie Petkus)
“This was our most successful GlamHer to date. We are simply overwhelmed by the generosity of this community. The funds raised will go directly to programs that support survivors of domestic violence, including LGBTQ specific services and support groups and culturally responsive services for survivors in Black/African American/African communities through the Healing Roots Program,” said Jackie Yerby, Executive Director.
From Bradley Angle:
Bradley Angle is grateful to have generous community sponsors support GlamHer and share its vision to create communities free from domestic violence and oppression where loving, compassionate and equitable relationships exist for all people.
Presenting Sponsor: Bishops Barbershop
Vernier Software & Technology
Our deepest appreciation goes out to our volunteers: the Bradley Angle Board of Directors, the creative GlamHer planning committee, and a team of 38 individuals who assisted before and during the event.
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For 2018 sponsorship information contact: [email protected] About Bradley Angle
Founded in1975, Bradley Angle is one of the first emergency shelters in the country and the first domestic violence shelter on the West Coast. The Portland-based organization provides culturally responsive community based support services to all survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Our vision is to build communities that are free from violence and oppression—where loving, compassionate and equitable relationships exist for all people. Bradley Angle programs include: emergency shelter and services, housing assistance, youth & family services, LGBTQ specific services and support groups, culturally responsive services for survivors in Black/African American/African communities through the Healing Roots Program, and an Economic Empowerment Program. The organization serves more than 800 adults and children a year. Visit www.bradleyangle.org for more information.