What You'll Win
- A tea date with Ingrid at her favorite spot in the city
- Roundtrip airfare to NYC
- Accommodations for two nights for you and a friend
A note from Ingrid Nilsen
Let’s have tea together! All it takes is a $10 donation to PRIDE LIVE NATION and we’ll get you entered to win the trip to come meet up with me. :)
PRIDE LIVE NATION is raising money right now for the Stonewall National Monument and that’s what your money will be funding—our first national monument dedicated to LGBTQ rights.
If you can donate more than $10, PRIDE LIVE NATION will be able to accomplish even more with your work…and we’ll get you more entries to win the tea date! We even have rewards for you at the different donation levels. You can get my new t-shirt, a signed photo, or even a personal thank you video!
Thank you so much for teaming up with us on this. See one of you soon for tea!
About PRIDE LIVE NATION
PRIDE LIVE NATION accelerates awareness and support for the LGBTQ community via social advocacy and community engagement to advance the fight for full equality.
Stonewall National Monument is the first national monument that honors the history of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) community in the United States. The designation permanently protects the site that played a pivotal role in the nation’s LGBTQ civil rights movement. .
The monument is located at Christopher Park, a historic community park at the intersection of Christopher Street, West 4th Street and Grove Street directly across from the Stonewall Inn in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. The monument’s boundary encompasses approximately 7.7 acres of land, including Christopher Park, the Stonewall Inn, and the surrounding streets and sidewalks that were the site of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising, an event that inspired the modern LGBTQ civil rights movement.
The Stonewall Inn, located across from the newly designated national park site, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in June 1999 and subsequently, with Christopher Park and the surrounding streets and sidewalks, designated as a National Historic Landmark in 2000, recognizing the significance of the events that took place in the late 1960s. The Stonewall Inn was the first LGBTQ site to ever be designated a National Historic Landmark.