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Rainbow Prom Recap




Rainbow Prom, a celebration of individuality and inclusivity, recently added another successful chapter to our mission of empowering LGBTQIA+ youth. This event, held in partnership with the incredible Spill the Tea Café and hosted at the enchanting Capitol Modern: The Hawaiʻi State Art Museum, provided a vibrant and free-spirited space for Hawaii's high school students to express themselves authentically. The enchanting evening, themed "Sorcerers Sashay: An Enchanted Soiree," featured a range of experiences, from captivating drag entertainment and exciting raffle prizes to delectable food. Notably, students from Punahou, Iolani, Kamehameha, Leilehua, Kalani, Mid-Pacific, and many other schools joined this celebration.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Raising Canes and Pizza Hut for their generous food donations, making this magical night even more special. Special thanks to Spill the Tea Café and Capitol Modern at the Hawaiʻi State Art Museum for their invaluable partnership, which allowed us to create this remarkable event. Our appreciation also goes to Kaimana Beach Hotel for donating the lighting that bathed the prom in a warm and inviting glow. Wedcycle added to the magic with stunning decorations and engaging lawn games, and we want to thank them for their contribution. We'd also like to acknowledge the HHHRC Young Leaders Board for their invaluable help with planning and execution, as they played a vital role in ensuring the success of this event. Lastly, through their generous donations, the HHHRC Board of Directors further enhanced the raffle prizes, and we appreciate their continued support.

Rainbow Prom is a shining example of our ongoing commitment to creating safe spaces for LGBTQIA+ youth, promoting acceptance, and fostering a world where these individuals feel supported, celebrated, and respected. It's a testament to the power of community and love, reminding us of the importance of providing a haven where everyone can be their true selves. We look forward to continuing our journey and making significant strides towards a more inclusive and accepting world.

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