11th Anniversary Celebration for First Residential Group Home for GLBTQ Youth

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Club Café | Boston | April 12

11th Anniversary Celebration Recognizes New England’s First Residential Group Home for GLBTQ Youth: Waltham House supporters return to Boston’s Club Café. More than 125 supporters of The Home for Little Wanderers’ Waltham House — New England’s first residential group home for GLBTQ youth — were full of energy and smiles as they helped raised close to $10,000 for the non-profit at its 11th Anniversary Celebration at Club Café. The fundraiser featured music by Jim Clerkin (aka DJ Gay Jim) from Kiss 108 FM, lots of dancing, and a drag show by Drag Queens Miss Gay South Shore Bianca Knight, Ania, and Kloe. Eleven years ago, The Home for Little Wanderers saw a dire need to provide a safe and caring environment for this underserved population of youth, a need that still exists today. Over the past decade Waltham House has succeeded in helping hundred of at-risk GLBTQ youth — many of whom are in state systems of care — stay safe and lead healthy, productive lives.