Mazzoni Center Announces Latest 2019 Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference Sponsors

Mazzoni Center is pleased to announce the latest organizations who are sponsors of its 2019 Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference (PTWC), taking place July 25-27, 2019 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in downtown Philadelphia.
Thank you to Regional Media sponsor, The Rainbow Times; Bronze sponsors Boston Children’s Hospital; Nickel sponsors, Fenway Health, Nemours Children’s Hospital, Einstein PRIDE Team (Einstein Healthcare Network), Mainline Health, FACIALTEAM, Penn Medicine; and Legacy sponsor, Planned Parenthood Southeastern PA.
Mazzoni Center gives special thanks to returning Silver Sponsor, The AIDS Activities Coordinating Office (AACO), (through a $25,000 conference grant). AACO is a part of the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, and has been a sponsor of the conference for more than ten years.
The organization previously announced other sponsors: POZ Magazine, the conference’s National Media Sponsor; Philadelphia Gay News (PGN) the conference’s Local Media Sponsor, and; Silver Sponsor Crane Center for Transgender Surgery; Bronze sponsors, Philly AIDS Thrift, and the Philadelphia Foundation (through a $10,000 conference grant); Nickel Sponsors Take Shape Plastic Surgery, P.A., Gender Confirmation Center of San Francisco, Little Hikes Co., and the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services. 
Mazzoni Center deeply appreciates the support of these organizations. Additional sponsorship opportunities remain available to businesses and organizations searching for creative and meaningful ways to support the transgender community. 
For information on PTWC 2019 sponsorship opportunities, contact Chelsea Switzer at [email protected] or 215-563-0652 ext. 270. Or visit: 
About the Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference
The Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference, a program of Mazzoni Center, was created to educate and empower trans, gender non-conforming, and non-binary individuals on issues of health and well-being, and educate and inform allies and health service providers, and to facilitate networking and community building