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BSM Cocktail Classic 2019

May 9 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

You’re Invited: BSM’s Cocktail Classic

This May we’re turning 14 and we want you to come celebrate with us. Join us as we celebrate 14 years of radical hospitality by purchasing a ticket to our Cocktail Classic. Your hosts for the evening include, Casamigos TequilaGarces EventsSPACESTria CafeCook N Solo, and High Street on Market. You can also enjoy beer from Yards Brewing Co, ice cream from Little Baby’s Ice Cream, or fresh coffee from an onsite barista! Mixologists from some of Philadelphia’s favorite venues compete for your pallet’s affection. Come hungry and thirsty for spirits and the spirit of competition!

Our judges for the evening include Amber Hikes, Executive Director for the Office of LGBT Affairs for the City of Philadelphia, and BSM’s own Chef, Stephen Shillingford!

All proceeds support our mission to provide meals and services to our vulnerable neighbors.

Because this is a fundraiser, we’re inviting you to participate at a level that feels generous to you. Your ticket is your donation of a minimum of $50 (which provides 1 I.D. for a guest). While $50 is the minimum donation to attend this event, below are examples of the impact your gift will have:

$14-$49 I can’t attend but want to support BSM’s mission

$50 Provides 1 personal identification for a guest

$75 Provides a nourishing 3 course meal for up to 25 guests

$100 Provides fees for 3 guests to receive identification

$175 Provides 2 weeks’ worth of shampoo and conditioner for guests

$250 Provides 25 guests with a valid mailing address

$500 Opens the Personal Care Pantry during a meal

Please note: The above contribution levels are only example amounts of projected costs. Your contribution will help us support all services that we provide to our guests.


May 9
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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