Stoli Key West Cocktail Classic 2020 Partners
Key West Business Guild
The mission of the Key West Business Guild is to promote LGBT travel to Key West through marketing and the promotion of specialty events; to support gay-owned, gay-managed, and gay-friendly businesses; to strengthen the Gay community's position within the local community by supporting relevant LGBT issues.
Island House Key West
The epicenter of Gay Key West- complete with restaurant, bar, two Jacuzzis, heated pool, streamroom and sauna! Consistently named the best gay resort in the world!
801 Bourbon Bar
We at the 801 Bourbon Bar are always here to provide you with different entertainment in the Heart of Duval. We have Nightly Drag shows in the Cabaret, Karaoke 3 nights a week and live music on Saturday afternoons in the Main Bar. Bingo every Sunday in the Cabaret and other events! We are here to make sure that you have an amazing visit when you are down here in Key West.
Bourbon St. Pub
Gay Key West's Original and Only Video Bar featuring the "Men Of Bourbon" Nightly, Live VJ's, Live Shows, 5 Bars, Garden Bar with Pool & Jacuzzi.
Aqua Key West
Whenever you're in town, Aqua is here to welcome you. Come and support one of our events, dance, drink and party!
The Key West Marriott Beachside Hotel is one of the highest rated Key West hotels in the Florida Keys now with a 16 slip Marina with water-sports rentals, overnight dockage with dock and dine. This Marriott resort hotel is set on seven lush acres with a tanning beach NOT A SWIMMING BEACH and waterfront pool for hotel guests.
At the Saint Hotel Key West, guests are treated to a heavenly hotel experience in heart of “Old Town” Key West. No matter which of their luxurious accommodation options are chosen, visitors are sure to experience exquisite comfort with attention to tranquil, casual opulence.
Over the years La Te Da has evolved into one of the most sophisticated venues in the Keys while meticulously maintaining a true old-world Key West style. La Te Da offers beautifully appointed guestrooms, great entertainment, gourmet dining and exciting bars, all cared for by a warm and courteous staff.
We are an LGBTQ guesthouse where we ALSO welcome ALL Friends of The LGBTQ Community. Alexander’s Guesthouse is a lovingly restored Key West Conch house built in 1902, boasting beautiful, original pine floors and stately windows. Decorated with a tropical elegance, a homey atmosphere is thoughtfully created.
Fury Water Adventures Key West is your #1 watersports company in and on the crystal blue waters of Key West, Florida! #FuryKeyWest
The Key West Botanical Garden Society is governed by an all volunteer board of directors and has been the “keeper of the trees” since 1989. The society preserves, develops, expands and maintains the historic Key West Botanical Garden as an arboretum, botanical garden, wildlife refuge and education center. The land is owned by the City of Key West.
Since 1999, Samuel’s House has provided housing and supportive services to homeless individuals in their time of greatest need while assisting them in becoming self-sufficient. Samuel’s House is a non-judgmental place for women, women and men with children and intact families who, for various reasons, such as loss of employment, substance abuse, domestic violence, incarceration, mental or physical illness or other traumatic life events, have found themselves homeless.
The San Carlos is one of Florida's most beautiful and historic landmarks. It was founded in 1871 by Cuban exiles of Key West as an educational, civic, and patriotic center. The San Carlos is a multi-purpose facility that serves as a museum, library, art gallery, theater, and school. Located in the heart of Key West's historic district, the San Carlos is considered to be the cradle of Cuba's independence movement. It was at the San Carlos that José Martí united the exile community in 1892 to launch the final phase of his campaign for Cuba's independence.
The mission of the Key West Art & Historical Society is to preserve the culture of the Florida Keys through exhibiting and displaying regional art, architecture and history for the purpose of educating the community and visiting public. The Key West Art & Historical Society educates the local community and visiting public by preserving, interpreting and exhibiting the art, architecture and history of the Florida Keys. The Society is dedicated to community engagement through its diverse educational programs, exhibitions and offerings.
The Key West Police Department Love Fund supports Law Enforcement Officers and civilian support personnel facing almost any catastrophe imaginable whether illness, damage to their homes or other abnormalities that threaten their ability to serve the community. The Love Fund fills a special need and comes to the aid of those department members and their families when no other resources are available in times of extreme hardship.
Jose Wejebe Memorial Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization under the tax-exempt code. Founded in April 2012 after his death, the charitable work seen on his television series, "Spanish Fly" documented only a small portion of his generosity. The mission of the Jose Wejebe Memorial Foundation is to honor Jose’s legacy by matching his passion for the marine environment, conservation & education and his dedication to support those who face life-impacting challenges. We continue today working with organizations and charities including Wesley House, The Outdoor Dream Foundation, Make-A-Wish, VA Hospital in Miami and others.
Wesley House Family Services’ mission is promoting and enhancing the safety, well-being and development of children by educating, supporting and meeting the needs of families.
A non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and maintenance of Fire House No. 3 as an historic site and museum dedicated to the collection, preservation, interpretation and exhibition of artifacts about firefighting in the Southernmost city of Key West.
The Florida Keys SPCA is dedicated to promoting the humane treatment of all animals through compassionate care, adoption, education, population control and humane law enforcement.
The Florida Keys Community Land Trust is a non-profit 501(c)3 established in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma to build storm-resilient homes for working families of the Florida Keys. Through the community land trust model to ensure long-term housing affordability, Florida Keys CLT constructs single-family rental homes built above storm surge and sea level rise for households in Monroe County earning less than 80% Average Median Income (AMI).
The object, general purpose and nature of this Corporation shall be to establish and maintain in Monroe County, Florida, a Corporation that will provide case managed health care, food programs, counseling, housing, clinical, and other supportive and volunteer services; Increase affordable housing by acquiring, developing, and maintaining low-income housing for persons in need; and conduct health education and linkage to care.
The Key West AIDS Memorial is maintained by the Friends of the AIDS Memorial Inc, a local nonprofit organization that maintains the database of names and corresponding website, and underwrites the Memorial’s expenses, including the engraving of names, upkeep of the Memorial, seating, and landscaping.
Their mission is to encourage and support sailing and sailing education, and to provide suitable Sailing Center facilities for educational, recreational and social use for the public.