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South Florida LGBTQ Philanthropy Awards

Our Fund / South Florida LGBTQ Philanthropy Awards

2023 South Florida LGBTQ Philanthropy Awards

Presenting Sponsor

The annual awards reception will celebrate outstanding philanthropists who give of their time, talent and treasure to the South Florida LGBTQ community. Honorees and guests will enjoy a cocktail reception in the lower courtyard prior to the ceremony in the Mary Porter Riverview Ballroom.

“It is a privilege to recognize these inspiring philanthropists who bring our mission to life,” said David Jobin, president and CEO, Our Fund Foundation. “We are humbled and grateful for Bank of America Private Bank’s continued generous support which enables us to pay fitting tribute to these remarkable leaders who help make South Florida the most liveable and energetic community in the country for LGBTQ people.”

Saturday, February 18, 2023

5:30- 6:30 PM

Award Presentation
6:30 – 7:00 PM

7:00 – 8:00 PM


Broward Center for the Performing Arts
Mary N. Porter Ballroom
201 SW 5th Ave
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

Our Awardees

Didier Moritz & Erwin Mayer
Philanthropists of the Year

Erwin and Didier have long championed a number of philanthropic causes, particularly focused in the LGBTQ community and animal rights, and are proud supporters of The Our Fund Foundation initiatives.

Nik Harris
Commitment to a Cause

Nik Harris is a queer gender non-conforming attorney, activist, and speaker, and co-founded the signature open mic event “Thou Art Woman” that celebrates LBTQ women.

Jeff Oliverio
Next Generation of Philanthropy Award

Jeff serves as Chair for the National LGBTQ Task Force Gala Miami and is a founding member and Treasurer of the Hollywood LGBTQ+ Council. He also serves as Chair for the Truist PRIDE Business Resource Group for South Florida.

Chuck Nicholls
Dick Schwarz Award for Lifetime Achievement

Chuck has dedicated time and resources to impact countless LGBTQ organizations in South Florida over the past decades. Among his volunteer and philanthropic roles, he served as President for Tuesday’s Angels, an organization that provided critical life-saving support for people living with HIV/AIDS in South Florida.