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‘Aleksa Manila & FRIENDS’ to have benefit show for PSKS

Aleksa Manila, hostess of the event.

Aleksa Manila, hostess of the event.

By now, you’re neck deep into your holiday plans for Thanksgiving, but superstar drag queen Aleksa Manila is looking forward to this weekend for her annual benefit show “Aleksa Manila & FRIENDS: Winter Drive to Benefit PSKS” which will be held on Saturday, November 29th at Neighbours Nightclub. Door is 6pm, showtime is 7pm.

Here is the rest of the information from the event page:

$10 Donation
OR Winter Essentials (Coats, Socks, Dental Kits, Snacks, Toiletries, etc.)

Featuring fabulous performances by
Isaac Scott of Hollaback Thursdays
Jessica Paradisco of Pulse
La Femme Magnifique 2013 Diamond Sj James
La Femme Magnifique International 2013 Amora Dior Black
Miss Gay Seattle 2012 DonnaTella Howe
Miss Gay Seattle 2013 Olivia LaGarce
Miss Gay Seattle 2014 Drew Paradisco
Miss Gay Washington 2014 Brooke Lynn Bradshaw
Miss Neighbours 2012 Lady Sahara
Miss Neighbours 2013 Anastasia Beaverhausen
Miss UTOPIA 2012 Tanya Rachinee
Miss UTOPIA 2013 Atasha Manila
Pride Idol 2012 Chase Silva
Pride Idol 2014 Ruth Soto AKA Latin Rose
Youtube Sensation Sparkle Leigh

About Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets:
Its mission is to exist to support homeless and at-risk youth and young adults to become empowered to lead positive and self-sufficient lives. Its philosophy and practice of inclusion has allowed PSKS to develop low access barriers to engage young people who are at risk of falling through gaps in community services.

PAKS provides support and services to Seattle area homeless youth and young adults. Its committed efforts are targeted at providing stepping stones to transition youths from the streets to self-sufficiency and productive roles in community.Find out how you can support community by either volunteering, donating or by increasing awareness of these important issues.

Many of PSKS clients are squatters, have animal companions and/or children, suffering from addiction or have other circumstances that make it tough to find indoor shelter. Most of our youth don’t follow the linear flow of shelter to transitional housing to secure housing. Often they are living under bridges, in cars or tents in the woods until they can secure their own housing. Its approach to basic needs is one of harm reduction–making human safety, health and security a priority whether they are living in an abandoned building or still struggling with substance abuse.

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