INDIANAPOLIS — The Grande Masquerade: Carnevale in Arancione on Saturday will be the Damien Center's 32nd annual fundraiser to help end the spread of HIV in Indiana.
The Italian-themed ball is set for Saturday evening and will be hosted by Emmy Award-winning TV personality, Carson Kressley, in Downtown Indianapolis.
Kressley is best known for his breakout role in 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.' Kressley works with organizations such as The Trevor Project, The Human Rights Campaign, AIDS WALK, and the Al D. Rodriguez Liver Foundation.
"Grande Masquerade has become one of Indianapolis' premier philanthropic events drawing more than 600 attendees and raises vital funds allowing Damien Center to continue offering its one-stop-shop approach to HIV prevention and care free of charge," the Damien Center said.
Tickets are still available to the event.
Attendees can expect dinner, live entertainment, and a silent auction at the JW Marriott.
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