Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – On Saturday, July 2 at 7:00 pm, Jason Dottely will host a benefit for the SETAC Community and Wellness Center at One Six One Bar in the Puerto Vallarta Romantic Zone. Come out and enjoy happy Hour prices, small bites, house music by DJ Trevor Merz and a silent art auction, in a special event sponsored by The Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative.
Jason Dottley is an American actor, singer, writer, director and producer. You probably know him from playing the role of “Ty Williamson” the closeted gay actor in Sordid Lives: The Series, from hearing one of his five Top 40 Billboard dance records, or perhaps from seeing one of his one-man shows here in Puerto Vallarta. This is your chance to get to know him!
Jason is hosting this event in support of the SETAC, a non-profit community and wellness center whose mission is to reduce HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in the greater Banderas Bay region through education, detection and prevention. SETAC also provides supports and empowers women through its programs, including “Give Milk,” which supplies HIV positive mothers with formula so they can feed their babies without the risk of infecting them.
SETAC’s main wellness center is in the Versalles neighborhood, about halfway between the city’s airport and the gay-popular Zona Romantica neighborhood, which is just south of downtown. It also has a center in Zona Romantica and a “Rapid Connect” referral booth in Zona Romantica’s Lazaro Cardenas Park. For more information on SETAC or to make a donation, visit setac.com.mx.
Located at Rodolfo Gomez 161, One Six One is the newest LGBTQ bar/lounge in the Romantic Zone. An upscale environment with a ‘living room lounge’ ambience, One Six One offers live music, craft cocktails, craft beers, an outside patio, and a two level rooftop.
The Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative is the official non profit of The Historic Stonewall Inn, spreading the Stonewall Legacy to the Places, Spaces and Faces that need it the most. The Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative is committed to eliminating the social intolerance that is profoundly impacting the lives of LGBTQ+ citizens throughout America and abroad. Through awareness campaigns, educational programming, fundraising and candid public dialogue, they support grassroots organizations scattered across the globe.
Located at Aldanaca 178 4A & 4B, in the Colonia Versalles of neighborhood of Puerto Vallarta, SETAC is a non-profit community and wellness center whose mission is to reduce HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in the greater Banderas Bay area. Free counseling, testing, treatments and referrals for HIV and other sexual transmitted illness are just some of the free services SETAC provides to the entire population, without prejudice or discrimination. For more information, follow SETAC on Facebook, visit the website, call (322) 224-1974 or email contacto(at)setac.com.mx.