FADStabulous Fundraisers

2011 Miss'd America Pageant


The Miss'd America Pageant was created as a spoof of the world famous Miss America Pageant 14 years ago to raise money for a local charity.  It took place annually on the night after the famous beauty pageant when it was held in Atlantic City.  The Miss'd America Pageant was absent for nearly five years before making its triumphant return on January 31, 2010 in the legendary Boardwalk Hall.

Proceeds from the 2011 Miss'd America Pageant will be equally divided between the Greater Atlantic City GLBT Alliance and the Schultz-Hill Scholarship Foundation and then split among various local charities.

Contestants competing for the Miss'd America title will be judged in the categories of Swimsuit, Talent, and Evening Gown while walking one of the world's most famous runways.  Along with the crown, the winner of the 2011 Miss'd America Pageant will receive $1,000, a 3 day / 4 night getaway and be available for multiple appearances throughout her reigning year.  Miss'd America 2010, Michelle Dupree, will crown the winner and perform a farewell number.



 The 25th Annual Night of a Thousand Gowns


An over-the-top drag ball of epic proportions presented by The Imperial Court of New York. Upwards of 1,000 sequined and tuxedo’d men, women, men-who-are women and women-who-are-men and...you get the idea...attend this charity ball which culminates in the crowning of a new Emperor and Empress to lead the ersatz Court in its 25th year of fundraising for gay- and AIDS-related causes. Beneficiaries will be The Trevor Project and The Ali Forney Center, both of which serve LGBTQ youths.