Beryl Satter Receives Hetrick-Martin Institute's 2014 Bridge to Brick City Award

Beryl Satter is being honored by the Hetrick-Martin Institute, the nation’s oldest and largest LGBTQ youth service organization and home of the Harvey Milk High School, at their 3rd Annual Bridge to Brick City fundraiser on Tuesday, May 20. This wonderful reception will take place from 6:30-9pm at Suite 53 (53 Edison Place, Newark).

Professor Satter was selected as "an individual who exemplifies our mission of providing a safe and supportive environment for all young people regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. We recognize advocates who demonstrate outstanding leadership within the LGBTQ community and those who work to address some of the most critical issues affecting our youth."

A little background on HMI: Newark.
HMI: Newark is modeled on the services and programs for LGBTQ youth that the Hetrick-Martin Institute has provided for nearly 35 years in New York City. HMI: Newark is a pioneer after-school program for LGBTQ youth in the city of Newark focusing on the mental and emotional health of each young person as well as providing after-school programming such as Arts and Culture, Job Readiness, Academic Enrichment and Health and Wellness programming. HMI: Newark is currently serving more than 300 young people and their families, from Newark and 30 other New Jersey zip codes.

Tickets for the event can be purchased at https://www.hmi.org/bridgetobrickcity.