Raising money for the Pride Center of Vermont

AFTER REPEATED ACTS OF VIOLENCE AGAIN THEST LGBTQ COMMUNITY, TWO FOOD INDUSTRY LEADERS ARE COMING TOGETHER TO GIVE BACK CHEFS AND BUSINESS OWNERS, SARAH HOWLEY AND ERIC HODET (“ho-debt”) ARE TRYING TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE PRIDE CENTER OF OUR TO ITS DOWNTO BURWNLINGTON LOCATION IN BACK IN APRIL, AND THE MURDER OF A VERMT ON ACROSS WOMAN, FERN FEATHER.

Raising money for the Pride Center of Vermont

2 local chefs came together to raise money for the Pride Center of Vermont following acts of violence against the LGBTQ+ community

After repeated acts of violence against the LGBTQ+ community, two chefs are coming together to give back. Chefs and business owners, Sarah Howley and Eric Hodet are trying to raise money for the Pride Center of Vermont following vandalism to the brick and mortar location in April, the murder of a Vermont trans woman, Fern Feather and other crimes against the LGBTQ+ community. “Fern’s death rocked our community. If you are a part of the LGBTQ community, you know that a lot of us spent that night crying. It’s scary, and it’s also a death in our family. So, that combined with Fern’s murder as well as of the other hate the pride center has received, we just really needed to show up for them,” says Sarah Howley, Owner of the Black Rose Briar, Only Cannoli. Burgers and drinks can be purchased at the Radio Bean in Burlington to accompany free live music from local artists of the community starting at 2 pm and not ending until they’re completely sold out of food. All proceeds will be donated to the pride center. The goal is to raise $4,000.

After repeated acts of violence against the LGBTQ+ community, two chefs are coming together to give back.
Chefs and business owners, Sarah Howley and Eric Hodet are trying to raise money for the Pride Center of Vermont following vandalism to the brick and mortar location in April, the murder of a Vermont trans woman, Fern Feather and other crimes against the LGBTQ+ community.

“Fern’s death rocked our community. If you are a part of the LGBTQ community, you know that a lot of us spent that night crying. It’s scary, and it’s also a death in our family. So, that combined with Fern’s murder as well as of the other hate the pride center has received, we just really needed to show up for them,” says Sarah Howley, Owner of the Black Rose Briar, Only Cannoli.

Burgers and drinks can be purchased at the Radio Bean in Burlington to accompany free live music from local artists of the community starting at 2 pm and not ending until they’re completely sold out of food. All proceeds will be donated to the pride center. The goal is to raise $4,000.

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