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    DELIVER THE DREAM’S 6th ANNUAL RED HOT PARTY

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    Katherine Schober of Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and Kody Dizeyes of Hunters Night Club are just two of the dazzling philanthropic

    DELIVER THE DREAM’S 6th ANNUAL RED HOT PARTY AT HUNTERS AMPLIFIED BY SEMINOLE HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO SET TO SIZZLE ON MAY 10 

    First Bachelors and Bachelorettes Announced for Free Special Event to Benefit Organization’s First-ever LGBTQ Youth Retreat 

    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (March 13, 2018) – Deliver the Dream, a South Florida-based nonprofit organization that organizes retreats for families experiencing a serious illness or crisis, has set Thursday, May 10, as the date for its 6th Annual Red Hot Party at Hunters. Generously amplified by Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and hosted by Daisy Dead Petals & Electra, this year’s free anticipated event begins at 7 p.m. with a scorching charity date auction showcasing some of South Florida’s most eligible LGBTQ bachelors and bachelorettes of all ages.

    Deliver the Dream is pleased to announce the event’s first wave of LGBTQ bachelors and bachelorettes up for auction: Katherine Schober of Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Arshley Giraldoof Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Kody Dizeyes of Hunters Night Club, Dylan Denmark of OutClique and Robert Wagenseil of GPR | Goodman Public Relations.

    Proceeds from the event will benefit Deliver the Dream’s first-ever LGBTQ Youth Retreat that will host as many 15 families (at no cost to the participants) to help them enhance coping skills, reduce stress and cultivate relationships with other families who have a child struggling with “coming out.”  The retreat will also incorporate an HIV educational component and offer therapeutic discussions for both teens and parents. This retreat, along with nine other planned yearly retreats spanning various crises and medical conditions including autism, cancer, Down syndrome and epilepsy, combines traditional recreational activities with therapeutic activities, peer-to-peer discussion groups and expressive arts and music activities.

    “Disclosing one’s sexual identity to parents and friends can be one of the most stressful experiences a gay individual is confronted with,” said Paul Withrow, executive director of Deliver the Dream. “With input from The Pride Center at Equality Park, our first-ever LGBTQ Youth Retreat will embrace teens and their families and foster inspiration and unity. Deliver the Dream wants to be part of the change to equip parents and caregivers with the tools necessary to gain strength, mend spirits and open dialogue.”

    Guests will have the opportunity to mix and mingle with the select group of LGBTQ bachelors and bachelorettes who come with their own unique accompanying entertainment packages which may include concert tickets, outdoor adventures, performing arts shows, sporting event seats plus dinner and much more, plus bid on silent auction items, enjoy drink specials and have fun while benefiting a great cause.

    Admission to the 6th Annual Red Hot Party at Hunters amplified by Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is complimentary. Guests are asked to party responsibly and arrive in style with an Uber or a designated driver.

    For more information and sponsorship opportunities, please contact Robyn Harper at Deliver the Dream at (954) 564-3512 or at robyn.harper@deliverthedream.org.

    About Deliver the Dream

    Deliver the Dream, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded by Pat Moran, past chairman of JM Family Enterprises, Inc. and one of South Florida’s top businesswomen, has provided healing retreats to almost 9,000 family members experiencing a serious illness or crisis such as cancer, epilepsy, autism, MS and the death of a loved one since 2002. Ten times a year, Deliver the Dream invites up to 15 families, all experiencing the same illness or crisis, to attend a weekend retreat free of charge. The retreats allow these families to regain strength, mend spirits and just be families and kids again. They also allow them to create life-long bonds with the other families on the retreat, providing them with a support system as they learn to cope with their illness or crisis. For more information about Deliver the Dream, please call (954) 564-3512 or 1-888-OUR DREAM (687-3732). Visit us online at deliverthedream.org and follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/deliverthedream and on Twitter @DelivertheDream. Click here to donate.

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