Tea Time Charity Auctions

QFX Events prides itself on being able to give back to the community.  We are so excited to announce our first Tea Time Charity Auction! We are proudly partnering with many of our amazing guests to offer some unique opportunities for their fans while also raising money for causes that are close to our hearts.


Coming in 2020, our Tea Time Charity Auction will feature private sit-downs with some of our guests. Each listing will be a unique experience reserved for two people - the winner and a guest of their choice. All experiences won will be held during QFX East from May 29-31 in Tampa, FL. The date will be scheduled based on the donor’s availability and then communicated to the winner no less than 10 days prior to the start of QFX East.


QFX will be using 32 Auctions as the online bidding platform and anyone who wishes to participate in the auction MUST register and be approved to bid prior to auction start date. Auction will open on February 1, 2020 at 10:00 AM EST and run until 9:00 PM EST on February 10, 2020.

Please note that these experiences cannot be resold, transferred or re-auctioned. This event is limited to ages 12+ and minors must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Winners may be subject to background checks and are expected to behave in an appropriate manner when attending. The guests reserve the right to have their handler, agent or representative present during the meeting. 


For more information about the guests charity of choice, please visit our website or our auction link here. We will be updating our pages and social media as more information becomes available.

*100% of ALL funds raised will be donated to charity.

Ana Paula Lima is supporting

Casinha is a nonprofit organization and serves as a home for socially vulnerable LGBTQ+ youth. They also have a free cultural center that promotes educational, artistic and recreational activities, open to all, to transform social perception about the LGBTQ+ community.


Anna Silk is supporting

Plan International’s new global campaign is Girls Get Equal. This youth-led social change campaign is about ensuring every girl and young woman has power over her life and the world around her. Instead of focusing on a single issue, such as girls’ education, Girls Get Equal aims to change the way in which girls are valued in society so they no longer have to face injustice and oppression. Girls Get Equal is about girls not holding back or conforming to what stereotypes dictate. It’s about power, leadership and youth-led action to advance girls’ rights and gender equality. And we’re raising our voices to amplify theirs.

Girls Get Equal

Arryn Zech is supporting

For nearly one hundred years, ACLU lawyers have been at the center of one history-making court case after another, participating in more Supreme Court cases than any other private organization. With attorneys nationwide, we handle thousands of cases each year on behalf of clients whose rights have been violated. The ACLU’s mission remains realizing the promise of the Bill of Rights for all and expanding the reach of its guarantees to new areas. Beyond one person, party, or side — the ACLU dares to create a more perfect union.


Dominique Provost-Chalkley is supporting

GRIS-Montréal, which stands for Research and Social Intervention Group, is a non-profit community organization that demystifies sexual orientation and gender identity by sharing testimonies of lived experiences. We are a family of more than 250 volunteers working tirelessly to build a more open and accepting society. Founded in 1994, GRIS-Montréal is a non-profit community organization. Its mission is to ensure a better awareness of the diversity of sexual orientations and gender identities, and to improve the integration of LGBT+ people into society. Since the values of our youths are being shaped in school, and that sometimes, unfortunately, ignorance can replace understanding, we have chosen to focus our demystification efforts in schools. We work primarily in high schools and CEGEPs in the greater Montréal area, but we have also adapted our interventions for 3rd cycle primary students. GRIS volunteers are increasingly working with diverse populations such as French-language classes, youth centers, professional workplaces and senior centers.


Emily Andras is supporting

Founded in 1992, the Lesbian Health Fund has awarded more than $860,000 to fund lesbian health research, and is the only U.S. research fund dedicated solely to the unique health needs of lesbians and sexual minority women. Today, LHF remains committed to improving the health of lesbians and sexual minority women over the lifespan, from early childhood, through adolescence, and adulthood, including aging. There is still great need to understand how social determinants, especially race and ethnicity, influence the health and wellbeing of lesbians, sexual minority women and their families.

GLMA Lesbian Health Fund

Erica Luttrell is supporting

Journey Out is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit leading the fight for the freedom and survival of all those whose lives have been destroyed by sex trafficking or commercial sexual exploitation. Their mission is to help victims of commercial sexual exploitation and sex trafficking leave a life of abuse and violence, overcome their fears, and empower them to reach their full potential and achieve their goals. Fully committed to and believing in the incredible resilience of survivors and marginalized populations, Journey Out maintains a diverse staff, half of whom are survivors themselves. This creates a powerful model and bond between our staff and clients, who are able to walk and grow alongside someone who can relate to their lived experience on a deeper level.

Journey Out

Isabella Gomez is supporting

The Conservation Fund, working with public, private and nonprofit partners, protects America’s legacy of land and water resources through land acquisition, sustainable community and economic development, and leadership training, emphasizing the integration of economic and environmental goals. By creating solutions that make environmental and economic sense, we are redefining conservation to demonstrate its essential role in our future prosperity. Top-ranked for efficiency and effectiveness, we have worked in all 50 states to protect over 8 million acres of land since 1985.

The Conservation Fund

Kat Barrell is supporting

Magic Wheelchair is a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kiddos in wheelchairs — at no cost to families. Their mission is to bring communities together to create unforgettable moments for children around the world by transforming their wheelchairs into magic.

Magic Wheelchair

Luciana Bollina is supporting

Casa 1 supports at-risk LGBTQ+ individuals who have been expelled from their homes due to their affective sexual orientations and gender identities. They provide cultural and educational activities, which focus on promoting cultural diversity, fostering the production of knowledge/free culture and provide free, inclusive and quality programming for individuals in need. Casa 1 also offers workshops, courses, exhibitions, lectures, debates and exhibitions to ensure a safe space for creation and knowledge for all.

Casa 1

Mandahla Rose is supporting

MaeDay Rescue is a non-profit dog rescue based in Los Angeles. Each year, they save hundreds of dogs from the shelters and streets through their foster-based program. They save dogs of all breeds and all ages - and sometimes cats too!

Mae Day Rescue

Rachel Skarsten is supporting

The Labelle Foundation is a Los Angeles foster based animal rescue devoted to rescuing, rehabilitating, advocating for dogs. Their goal is to help the animals they assist find perfect forever families. The organization also specializes in neonatal orphans and sick or special-need medical puppies. Over the last 7 years, the Labelle Foundation has worked with a multitude of rescue organizations and vets. The founders have also built up a wonderful network of fosters as they are a foster based rescue. One of the founders, Laura, works with her sister from time-to-time saving pregnant large breed dogs, puppies and strays. Laura’s mom also rescues handicapped and hospice Chihuahuas. Together the Labelle Foundation is very excited to embark on their ventures and continue to work with wonderful rescuers who they have come to know and love.

The Labelle Foundation

Zoie Palmer is supporting

Proudly founded and supported by local Rotarians since 1957, KidsAbility is the recognized leader in Waterloo Region and Guelph-Wellington for empowering children and youth with a wide range of complex special needs to realize their full potential. Through a talented team of therapists, teachers, support staff and volunteers, nearly 8,000 children and youth, from birth to school exit, benefited from therapy and support services at Kidsability sites in Cambridge, Fergus, Guelph, Kitchener and Waterloo last year.



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