Visionary Party: Enchanted


Once upon a time, deep in a magical forest, an enchanting evening was about to take place. Royal and noble guests and revellers came from across the realm to celebrate their community.

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Interested in booking a room at the Stamford Sheraton for the night of the event? You can access a reduced rate here:

TCC’s 10th Annual Visionary Party: Enchanted is Triangle Community Center’s fundraising gala. With your support, TCC will raise the funds it needs to support Fairfield County’s LGBTQ community. When you get your tickets to TCC’s 10th Annual Visionary Party: Enchanted, when you bid at one of our auctions, when you take a chance and play one of our door prize games, you support the mission of Triangle Community Center. Your donations support our work to improve the lives of LGBTQ people in Fairfield County. These donations fund our LGBTQ case management program for people in need of affirmation and support, our emergency financial assistance program to help LGBTQ people in need in desperate times, our housing program, and the ongoing programs and services at TCC.

Take a look below at what TCC’s 10th Annual Visionary Party has to offer:

VIP Tickets get you access to:

The VIP dinner
The live auction
TCC's annual awards ceremony
All the benefits of general admission, including an open bar, silent auction, dancing, and exciting games.

General Admission Tickets get you access to:

The silent auction
Open bar
Silent auction
Exciting games
Dancing and activities

Triangle Community Center also recognizes the dedication of several individuals and groups for their contributions to the LGBTQ community, including:

Community Champion Award: Mark Henson, Chief of Staff to Congressman Jim Himes

Mr. Henson is being recognized for his leadership and advocacy on LGBTQ issues on the local and national stage, and also is being recognized for his service to Fairfield County and delivering results to people in need.

Marge Foster Commitment to Service Award: Amy Rose, former TCC Board Member and current TCC program leader

Ms. Rose is being recognized with the Marge Foster Commitment to Service Award for her work as a board member at TCC and also for making TCC a space that is inclusive of Trans and Gender-non-conforming people.

TCC's Legacy Award: George Anderson, former TCC Board Member

Mr. Anderson is being recognized for his role in shaping TCC's history. Anderson played a pivotal role during his time as a member of the board of directors, making TCC an effective agent of support in peoples' lives and making TCC a transparent and accountable organization.

Community Partner of the Year Award: Diageo

Diageo and its employees have been longtime supporters of TCC and of the LGBTQ community. Diageo supports its LGBTQ employees, who have consistently played active roles in supporting TCC events for many years.

TCC's Volunteer of the Year: Kim Gillece

Ms. Gillece is being recognized for her outstanding service as a volunteer. Whether she's behind the scene making sure programs and events are run at a top-notch professional level, or if she's organizing the first LGBTQ presence in Stamford St. Patrick's Parade, or she's building out TCC's programming in Greater Danbury, Kim has proven to be an able and dedicated volunteer.
  • Sheraton Stamford Hotel
    700 E Main St, Stamford
  • Saturday Sep 24, 2016
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