HuffPost Gay Voices had the honor of receiving an award from Our Family Coalition, an organization that advocates for the equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) families through education, support and advocacy.
The award presentation happened on April 10 in San Francisco, Calif., at Our Family Coalition's "Night Out," an annual event that celebrates the diversity of families. HuffPost Gay Voices Executive Editor Noah Michelson attended the event to accept the "Groundbreaker Award" on behalf of the website. Gay Voices was honored for its commitment to featuring stories about and by queer families.
Other individuals honored at the event included Principal Leroy Gaines of the Acorn-Woodland Elementary School in Oakland, Calif., who received the "Ally Award" and the first openly gay "American Idol" contestant, MK Noblilette, who received the "Luminary Award."
Check out some photos from the event below and watch the video above to learn more about Our Family Coalition. To find out how you can support the organization and get involved with the amazing work it does, head here.
HuffPost Gay Voices Executive Editor Noah Michelson accepts the Groundbreaker Award on behalf of the site.
The first openly gay "American Idol" contestant, MK Noblilette, poses with Our Family Coalition Executive Director Judy Appel.
Our Family Coalition staff members
UPDATE: A previous version of this story misspelled Leroy Gaines' name. This has been corrected.