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    WayOut LA is Hosting Labor Day Weekend Scavenger Hunt in West Hollywood

    WAYOUT LA Chapter is hosting its 3rd Annual Scavenger Hunt on Saturday September 2 in West Hollywood to help raise money the 501c3 Organization. All profits/donations go 100% to chosen charity, which this year is CAPITAL TEA (see more details below). 
    Link to tickets here

    The West Hollywood Scavenger Hunt will be a day of community, competition, and prizes. Ticket holders are invite to the official after-party, hosted by Stache WeHo, including a free drink, courtesy of Casamigos! Participants can sign up as a team (2-4 players) for maximum value and the opportunity to take home a special prize for best team name.

    WayOut LA is partnering with some supportive local businesses and national brands to host this event, with 100% of the proceeds going to Capital Tea. The only organization of its kind in Florida from Jacksonville to Panama City, Capital Tea serves the Trans community, mainly youth, by providing crisis intervention, bridge housing, and advocacy in Tallahassee and beyond.

    Starting Location: Outside of the old Bank of America building at Santa Monica and Crescent Heights.

    Ending Location: Stache West Hollywood at 8941 Santa Monica Blvd.

    Parking is not included, so participants are encourage to use ride share services or take LA Metro to the Santa Monica/Crescent Heights bus stop.

    This is a 21+ event 🍹

    About WayOUT:

    WayOUT is a 501c3 national aggregate 100% volunteer organization aiming to help LGBTQ+ youth in states and areas where dangers f being part of this community is significantly higher than cities like Los Angeles, NYC etc.

    About Capital Tea:

    Capital Tea is a Trans-led 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to support and unify TLGBQ+ people through education, advocacy, and empowerment; and to build an equitable future for our community.

    Their latest initiative—the Capital Tea Safe House for Transgender Individuals is designed to provide a haven for up to six at-risk transgender individuals. This project is a beacon of hope, support, and empowerment. As a trans-led organization, they know firsthand the unique challenges faced by the transgender community and are dedicated to creating a safe and inclusive environment where individuals can thrive.

    Learn more at: https://capitaltea.org/

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    Scott Young
    Scott Young
    25 days ago

    This sounds like a lot of fun. I wish I still lived there so I could take part. 🙁

    angry gay pope
    angry gay pope
    29 days ago

    Scavenger Hunt? This is WEHO. We need a scavenger HUNK! But, I supposed that would be a homeless man on steroids!

    Reply to  angry gay pope
    28 days ago

    Comments like this make me appreciate the fact that slowly yet surely, West Hollywood is becoming a family oriented city and pushing the antiquated hedonistic rhetoric the hell out.

    Weho artist
    Weho artist
    Reply to  Annonominom
    27 days ago

    Vaseline Alley will always exist

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