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Gay Pride Festivus Pole

By The Humanity Fund - 2015-11-26

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The Humanity Fund will install Festivus Poles, wrapped in the rainbow colors of gay pride, in state capitals nationwide.

"The Humanity Fund firmly believe in equal rights for all, regardless of color, creed, religion or sexual orientation."

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The Humanity Fund, an advocacy organization dedicated to protecting and promoting freedom of speech and religion, announces its 2015 Gay Pride Festivus Pole Generosity Fund.

Donations to the 2015 Gay Pride Festivus Pole Generosity Fund will support various LGBT youth organizations. Unique rewards will be provided at various donation levels.

Two years ago, The Humanity Fund erected a Festivus Pole, made from 16 Pabst Blue Ribbon cans, in the Florida Capitol. An international media frenzy ensued, with segments airing on The Colbert Report, Daily Show, Fox News, and hundreds of media outlets.

This year, to jubilantly celebrate the U.S. Supreme Court decision making same-sex marriage a constitutional right, The Humanity Fund will install Festivus Poles, wrapped in the rainbow colors of gay pride, in state capitals nationwide.

So, join with The Humanity Fund, proudly display your gay Festivus pole this holiday season, and donate today to give hope to LGBT youth struggling with bullying and harassment.

The Humanity Fund firmly believe in equal rights for all, regardless of color, creed, religion or sexual orientation.

Celebrating a recent Supreme Court decision allowing gay marriage, The Humanity Fund is focusing this season's efforts on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights.

To make a donation, please visit https://www.generosity.com/fundraisers/gay-poles-give-hope-this-holiday-season

Happy Gay Pride Festivus 2015!

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