The Bill Lowe Gallery in Buckhead provided a posh setting for the annual YouthPride Evolve fundraiser on Friday.
The event benefits YouthPride’s suicide prevention program for LGBT youth. Evolve expanded its offerings last year, adding individual, couples and group counseling at no cost for LGBT teens and youth.
The fourth annual fundraiser included hors d’oeuvres, open bar and a silent auction that spread across the building’s unfinished ninth floor. The backdrop provided excellent evening views of the city. Local celebrities, including Q100 radio personality Melissa Carter, were also on hand.
View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the event.
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