- This event has passed.
Angels at The Abbey: A Benefit for Pulse of Orlando
September 12, 2016 @ 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM| $50
The red carpet event will begin at 7PM at The Abbey with performances by Orlando Gay Chorus, Evin, and headliner Brandon Parsons (hit song “Forty-Nine Times”). Original artwork from around the world will be auctioned off along with silent auction.
The Abbey in Downtown Orlando will host the fundraising event “Angels at The Abbey: A Benefit for Pulse of Orlando” on September 12, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. All proceeds benefit the Pulse of Orlando Fund, a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and currently the only organization distributing funds to victims’ families and survivors.
The event will be held on September 12, 2016, the three-month mark of the tragedy, and will feature performances by Brandon Parsons, singer of the hit single “Forty-Nine Times.” Other performances include Evin, singer of “Angels (A Song to Orlando)” and the Orlando Gay Chorus. Pulse entertainment manager Neema Bahrami will emcee the event and Pulse owner Barbara Poma will also be there.
Original artwork from around the world will also be showcased and auctioned off, with one piece being presented to Barbara Poma for the new Pulse location.
This is a red carpet event with limited tickets sold. Tickets are $50.00 and can be purchased at www.Ticketfly.com.
100% proceeds go to Pulse of Orlando Fund, the only organization currently distributing funds to survivors and victims’ families.
ABOUT PULSE OF ORLANDO FUND:
Pulse of Orlando is a local, grassroots 501(c)(3) non-profit and currently the only organization distributing funds to survivors and victims’ families, with over $150,000 distributed to date.
Pulse of Orlando Mission Statement: to reach out with expeditious allocation of funds for the victims, survivors and families of the Pulse tragedy; to recover through local survivor navigation and advocacy; and to rebuild our united Orlando community.
To learn more about Pulse of Orlando Fund, please visit: www.PulseofOrlando.org.