Glee creator Ryan Murphy and the The Kids Are Alright are among the honorees at Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays' (PFLAG) first annual L.A. Event fundraiser.

Murphy, who is openly gay, will receive the group's National Outstanding Award for creating, writing and directing FX's plastic surgery drama Nip/Tuck and Fox's musical-comedy Glee, now in its second season.

The romantic comedy hit The Kids Are Alright, which stars Julianne Moore and Annette Bening as a lesbian couple raising two children in suburban America, will receive the group's National Outstanding Motion Picture Award.

The Friday, October 1 rooftop party at the London Hotel in Los Angeles will be hosted by Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet, who play a gay couple in ABC's comedy hit Modern Family.

Also attending the event will be Glee star Jane Lynch, a co-chair of the benefit, and actress Pauley Perette, a strong supporter of marriage equality.

PFLAG is the nationwide, non-profit support group for parents and friends of gay men and lesbians.