Jaime Sloane collaborates with Floyd Miami for charitable reasons

Jaime Sloane is collaborating with Floyd Miami to host an event where 100% of ticket proceeds will go to non-profit organizations.

On Friday, August 12, Floyd Miami, on the occasion of Jaime Sloane's birthday, will organize a fundraiser for reproductive rights to benefit the National Abortion Funding Network and the Florida Access Network. 100% of ticket proceeds and 20% of bar sales will go to non-profit organizations. The National Network of Funds for Abortion works to remove financial and logistical barriers to abortion access and organizes at the intersections of racial, economic, and reproductive justice, while the Florida Access Network builds pathways to abortion access by advocating for reproductive justice, funding abortion care, and providing logistical support.

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The evening's house, disco and funk-heavy soundtrack will be provided by various underground artists from Miami. Femme vinyl crew Waxy's Hiltronix, House of Pris and Phaxas, as well as the founder of Prisma Artists and experienced selector Inbal.

"I couldn't celebrate my 30th rotation around the sun frivolously while 33,6 million reproductive-age women live in states at risk of losing access to abortion without Roe. I'm using this occasion to channel dance music's inclusive roots and do some real good by fundraising for these essential non-profits. It's a privilege to combat one of the most pressing issues of our time with my friends, family, and colleagues by my side. I'm beyond grateful to the Floyd team for supporting my vision, and booking an incredible roster of homegrown talent."

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Tickets are now available for sale here. In case you don't attend, you can contribute with a small donation through the entrance. They will surely appreciate it!

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