(Los Angeles, CA) On Wednesday, October 12th, the Adult Performers Advocacy Committee (APAC) is throwing an event, and it’s all about the performers and raising money for some stellar charities.
In one week, APAC is throwing an event to give back to performers, build the community, and support some other charities. The event, APAC Gives Back: A Night for Performers, is a night for 18+ performers only, and this includes creators, cam stars and/or adult models. Taking place in the San Fernando Valley, the event will go from 8pm to midnight and is free to attend for performers. Once your ticket is booked, the event’s location will be disclosed.
It will be one of the must-attend events for the fall and will feature a lounge atmosphere, a red carpet for photos, and complimentary hors d’oeuvres and valet parking. Beverages will also be available at a cash bar. To participate in the games of spin the wheel, trivia, and truth or dare hosted by Cherie DeVille, Sofia Rose, Ana Foxxx, and Natassia Dreams, a small donation will be required. Participants can win door prizes and an APAC-matched donation to a sex-worker supporting charity. All the money earned will be donated to Pineapple Support, Cupcake Girls, Center for Positive Sexuality, and SWOP LA.
To attend APAC Gives Back: A Night for Performers, book your free ticket at flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTU5NjQ5. The location will be sent to confirmed performer attendees only.
“I’m excited to come back to the industry to help throw this event. It will be fun and for a good cause, and no fans will be there. It’s been a few years since APAC did a big event, and I’m excited to be able to do something for the performers. This is the same week as the YNOT events, so hopefully, we will get a lot of performers in town attending our event,” says former APAC Vice President Riley Reyes.
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The Adult Performer Advocacy Committee (APAC) advocates for maintaining and improving safety and working conditions in the adult film industry by giving adult performers organized representation in matters that affect our health, safety, and community. To find out more, get resources and/or donate, go to apacommittee.org. Follow them on Twitter at @apacsocial and subscribe to their YouTube Channel at youtube.com/c/APACusa.