San Francisco foodies! This one's for you. Project by Project SF presents its fifth annual fundraising food and wine gala Plate by Plate. The event will feature tastes from over thirty Bay Area restaurants and beverage purveyors, along with live entertainment, a silent auction, and distinguished special guests. It's happening Saturday, September 6 at City View at METREON in San Francisco.
Each year, Project by Project selects a non-profit partner based on a theme or issue that addresses current needs in the Asian American community. This year, they've partnered with Asian Community Mental Health Services, which provides mental health services to the growing low income Asian and Pacific Islander immigrant community in Alameda County.
Here are some more details about the evening:
5th Annual Plate by Plate
Saturday, September 6th, 2014
Cityview (4th floor of Metreon)
135 4th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
6:00PM–7:00PM · VIP Reception
7:00PM–10:00PM · Main Event
10:00PM · After Party @ The Grand
Note: This is a 21+ Event
Project by Project San Francisco is proud to present its 5th annual fundraising food and wine gala, Plate by Plate. The event will feature tastes from over 30 acclaimed restaurants including notables such as LUCE, Farallon, and Akikos, as well as a large selection of beverage purveyors that include Peju Province Winery, Martell, Asahi Breweries, Fever Tree, and many more. Guests will enjoy live jazz music, bid on an extensive list of silent auction items, and mingle with distinguished figures in the community. Notables include Binary Capital co-founder Jonathan Teo, NBC Bay Area news reporter Stephanie Chuang, Greylock partner Jerry Chen, Rotten Tomatoes co-founder Patrick Lee, and others. Not to mention Wong Fu Productions’ very own Wesley Chan, who is making a special trip up from Los Angeles to join our festivities.
Each year, Project by Project selects a non-profit partner based on a theme or issue that addresses current needs in the Asian American community. This year, Project by Project SF has partnered with Asian Community Mental Health Services (ACMHS). Founded over 40 years ago, ACMHS is the first organization to provide mental health services to the growing low income Asian and Pacific Islander (API) immigrant community in Alameda County. ACMHS aims to provide outreach through education on wellness practices and improve access to culturally competent services. Through prevention and early intervention programs, ACMHS reaches a wide range of age groups to provide counseling, youth programs, and peer assistance networks to over 3000 persons a year in our API community.
We hope to see you there!
It's going to be a pretty darn delicious affair, so get your tickets, call your friends and make some plans. For further information, visit the Facebook event and order your tickets here.