Philly AIDS Thrift hosts a movie screening night during “Pride Month”
Philly AIDS Thrift is expanding its facilities 710 S. Fifth St. by adding Covering nearly 4,000 square feet, this will provide you with a new space Donation collection center.
In order to raise funds to pay for expansion, In cooperation with the Philadelphia Film Association, the Philadelphia AIDS Frugal Foundation organized a film screening during “Pride Month.”
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The 1974 dark comedy “Female Trouble” (NC-17) will be screened in the theater of the Navy Yard on Wednesday, June 2.Gates will open at 8pm and the movie will start at 9pm
The drag queen will greet fans and have a chance to win prizes. Guests can bring their own dinner to watch the classic worship, or buy things from the on-site food truck.
The fundraising activities for this expansion will continue until Pride Month, and the renovation project is expected to end in mid-summer and make its debut.
“We are so excited about the new opportunities that additional space will be provided for us in terms of increasing donation processing and increasing sales space.” Said Michael Byrne, chairman of the Philadelphia AIDS Frugal Committee. “This will enable us to better fulfill our mission of providing life-changing services to people affected by HIV/AIDS throughout the Delaware Valley.”
“Female trouble” screening
Wednesday, June 2
Show time 9pm | $35 per car
Philadelphia Navy Yard