“Three Strange Women”, a popular LGBT centered radio show in Boston, hopes to show off an all new float at this year’s 44th annual Boston Pride Parade. This longstanding rain-or-shine event is the largest pride parade in New England, and is expected to feature over 250 groups (equaling 15,000+ marchers) and scores of floats as they wend their way to City Hall.
The “Three Strange Women” radio show, hosted by Jackie Soriano, is engaging their community to raise money for their float through MyFundingPlace.com. MyFundingPlace is a crowdfunding portal made exclusively for charity groups, nonprofits and organizations that promote social good.
MyFundingPlace rep Ananya Mandal says, “We are so excited to be helping Three Strange Women wow their supporters at this year’s parade. At My Funding Place, we are fortunate to work with great people like Jackie to promote positivity and social equality in our own community.”
And the goal isn’t just to impress the tens of thousands spectators expected to line the route this June; it is to have fun and share their positive message at the same time. Says Soriano, “We’re a family of hardworking, like-minded and enthusiastic individuals, here to have our voices heard and to take a stance as activists in our community.”
She continues, “We want to thank the Local Teamsters Union 25 for donating the use of their 40foot float bed, and the team over at MyFundingPlace for their support & assistance in reaching for our goal of $8,000.00 to fund this year’s pride campaign.”
That $8000.00 goal will be used not only to build up the Three Strange Womens float, but to make TSW tie-dye t-shirts, pay for a generator, flyers, decorations, and pay off any fees associated with furthering their fundraising goals. Last year, the TSW family raised over $2,500.00 for a float in the Boston Gay Pride Parade, and hope the community and MyFundingPlace can help crowdfund more to promote their messag
Get involved with the Three Strange Women Float Project at https://www.myfundingplace.com/73fkxv
More information about this years Boston Pride Parade can be found at http://www.bostonprideparade.com
By: Sallar Khorram