Coll. 127: Gays for Patsy Collection


Coll. 127: Gays for Patsy Collection


1991 - 2005


Gays for Patsy (GFP) is a Boston-based, nonprofit, all-volunteer organization made up of Country/Western dance enthusiasts. They mission is to share the joy of country-western dancing while raising funds for groups serving those in need.
Founded in 1991 as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization under the name GFP, Inc., for the purpose of promoting Country/Western dance while providing assistance through their fundraisers to service oriented groups.
They organize and participate in numerous dance performances and demonstrations nationally and internationally, and since 1993 have sponsored Lambda Ranch, a smoke-free and alcohol-free dance event.
Gays for Patsy is a Member Club of the International Association of Gay/Lesbian Country Western Dance Clubs (IAGLCWDC) whose purpose is to promote country western dancing, activities and music to all persons without regard to age, sex, gender or gender identity, religion, national or cultural origin, sexual orientation, disability or HIV status.”


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