Check back for details on the 2019 Vision Awards!
Our signature Pride gala, the 2018 Vision Awards took place on Thursday, June 14, at Tribeca Rooftop in New York City. The event, which featured a rooftop reception with stunning views, fine dining, a moving musical performance, and the marquee awards, beautifully celebrated the diversity, spirit, and power of our community. And, we raised over $200,000 to advance Stonewall's work of mobilizing resources for LGBTQ rights, freedom, and justice! Vision's success will fuel a continued legacy that includes thousands of supporters, over 2,500 grants and scholarships, and $19 million awarded to hundreds of vital nonprofits. Thanks to our sponsors, guests, and all who supported our efforts to make this the best year yet.
Anthony Del Gigante
Steve Houck & Fred Ohm
Christian Nwachukwu, Jr.
Daniel Padnos & Dexter Phillip
Michael Hamill Remaley
Vision is our most important event, raising funds that directly support our grantmaking, programs, and operations. Sponsors and contributors help ensure the success of our mission and become part of our nearly 30-year legacy of change-making. Read more.
The Vision Awards attracts a diverse crowd, from business and political leaders, activists, service providers, and philanthropists, to social media influencers, celebs, and icons in arts and entertainment.
The Vision Awards have been covered by NBC News, Latina Magazine, Huffington Post, OUT Magazine, The Advocate, and TIME, reaching upwards of 681K people on Facebook, 12.8M people on Twitter, and 252K people on Instagram.
Past Years at Vision
In recent years, many well-known figures have graced the Vision stage, including: Obama portraitrist, Kehinde Wiley; playwright Tony Kushner; Pulitzer-winning journalist Ronan Farrow; TV and film producer Lee Daniels; and NY Times best-selling author Janet Mock.