CANFAR's 'Dressed Up Disco' Fundraiser Benefits HIV/AIDS Research

 - May 31, 2016
References: pridetoronto & canfar
With Pride festivities set to begin in Toronto and around the world, CANFAR's 30 Under Thirty is set to host 'Dressed Up Disco,' a fundraiser focused on raising money towards HIV/AIDS research.

Taking place on Friday, June 3rd, 'Dressed Up Disco' is positioned as a kickoff to Pride month in Toronto and will offer guests an evening filled with specialty libations, savory snacks and ample prizes to be won. The fundraiser is organized by CANFAR's 30 Under Thirty group, which looks to help raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and incite activism by young professionals in Toronto and across the nation.

'Dressed Up Disco' will be hosting a number of local drag performers including Fay Slift, Scarlett BoBo, Tynomi Banks and Champagna & Igby. The fundraiser will feature the music stylings of DJ Phil V, and is sponsored by TD Bank, Delta Airlines and many other generous partners.

The funds raised at CANFAR's Thirty Under Thirty 'Dressed Up Disco' will go towards life-saving HIV/AIDS research.