The Diabolique Foundation

diaboliquelogoMission Statement
The mission of the Diabolique Foundation is to support charities that provide vital services to Philadelphia’s diverse communities through the production an annual charity fundraising event.

History of the Diabolique Ball
The Diabolique Ball was created in 1997 by Kali Morgan of PASSIONAL (www.PassionalBoutique.com and now also   Sexploratorium www.passionaltoys.com) (formerly Fetishes Boutique, see http://www.fetishesboutique.com) along with Psydde Delicious of Delicious Corsets (www.deliciouscorsets.com) now found within Delicious Boutique (www.DeliciousBoutique.com) along with a team of dedicated friends.
Local performers have donated their services, and we have flown visiting celebrities to Philadelphia to perform. The Diabolique Foundation was created to make official the efforts of the people who organize the Ball each year. The Ball has contributed its monies to several local HIV/AIDS women’s and gay organizations. Past recipients have included: Action AIDS, MANNA, Washington West Project, AIDS Law Project, Youth Health Empowerment Project, PCHA, Wisdom, Safeguards, BABASHI, Calcutta House, ASIAC. The AIDS Library, William Way Community Center.

The Diabolique Foundation is a Pennsylvania non-profit charitable organization that has just been approved for non-profit status. Donations are now tax-deductible. The official registration and financial information of The Diabolique Foundation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

We encourage key donations with free event tickets and advertising exposure for our supporters. Please click on their banners and support their businesses. You can support Diabolique year-round by telling businesses that you took your patronage to them because they sponsored our events.

PLEASE heed the rules that are posted for the event. If they are broken, we run the risk of losing venues!
The rules are not to keep you from having fun, but to allow us to have the most fun we can in an establishment with a liquor license to protect. Our venues have providhed us with discount rentals and access to their professional networks. We have no wish to compromise any relationship with our venues.h a liquor license to protect.

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2 Responses to “The Diabolique Foundation”

  1. Morgan Woods Says:

    I was wondering if and how I could sign up to volunteer for the Diabolique Ball.

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