Oyster House matching donations to LGBTQ+ organization The Attic

Are you looking for a way to honor Pride Month while festivals and large gatherings are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic? One way is to donate to a good cause.

Center City’s popular seafood restaurant, Oyster House, is comparing dollar for dollar this week to The Attic, a Philadelphia LGBTQ + youth center that offers community, counseling, and mentoring.

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Donations can be made online here.

Oyster House also announced that the restaurant will be a stop this week for donated merchandise that is on The Attic’s immediate needs list. These include toiletries, feminine hygiene products, masks, and canned goods.

Donations can be made in the restaurant during opening times from Tuesday to Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Oyster House is located in 1516 Sansom St.

Pride Month takes place every June. The date coincides with the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in Greenwich Village, New York City.

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