Thriving Children Event Raises Funds for Homeless LGBTQ Youth

(Atlanta, Georgia) – More than 300 guests attended the seventh annual Thriving Children Fashion Show and Gala on April 29th benefiting Lost-n-Found Youth. The event raised more than $103,000, with just at $66,000 directly benefiting Lost-n-Found Youth.

Hosted and produced by Steve Hightower of the Steve Hightower Hair Salon & Day Spa, with special emcee Karen Greer, Thriving Children was held in the Egyptian Ballroom at the Fox Theatre and featured special performances by the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus Panache Ensemble, Sentimental Journey Orchestra, and international Cher impersonator, Chad Michaels.

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Lost-n-Found Youth Adds Members and New Perspectives to its Board of Directors

ATLANTA, Oct. 29, 2014 – Lost-n-Found Youth announced additional members of its Board of Directors to add new perspectives and further drive its mission as Atlanta’s only non-profit organization focused on getting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer homelessness youth off the streets. In the past 60 days, Lost-n-Found named new members to its Board…

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Lost-n-Found Partners with Slalom Consulting to Launch LNFY.org

ATLANTA, Oct. 10, 2014 – Lost-n-Found Youth launched its new website with a simpler, updated domain and improved its website content as it launched LNFY.org through a partnership with Slalom Consulting’s GLASS community (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Allied Employees Succeeding at Slalom). Through employee volunteer efforts, Slalom has contributed more than 200 hours of…

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Lost-n-Found Named Humanitarian of the Year

March 7th, 2014 ATLANTA, GA — Lost-n-Found Youth (LnF), Atlanta’s only LGBT youth homelessness program has been named Humanitarian of the year by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Atlanta. “We are excited to recognize Lost-n-Found for their outstanding efforts in saving youth from the streets of our community,” says Brigid Scarbrough, HRC Atlanta spokesperson. “The…

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