changing reality: the voices of asian american tv stars

RAMS, Inc. is a private, non-profit mental health agency that is committed to advocating for and providing community based, culturally-competent, and consumer-guided comprehensive services, with an emphasis on serving Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.

And if you're in the Bay Area, RAMS invites you to a very special fundraising event, Changing Reality: The Voices of Asian American TV Stars, a gala reception and celebrity forum in honor of APA Heritage Month. It's happening this Wednesday, May 12 at Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco. Here are some details:
RAMS 35th Anniversary and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

A Gala Reception & Celebrity Forum

Changing Reality: The Voices of Asian American TV Stars

Featured Guests:
Winner of Bravo's Project Runway, Season 2: Fashion Designer, Chloe Dao
Winner of Bravo's Top Chef, Season 3: Executive Chef, Hung Huynh
Winner of CBS's Amazing Race, Season 14: Attorney, Victor Jih
Cast Member of MTV's The Real World, San Francisco: Physician, Pamela Ling

Leland Y. Yee, PhD, Psychologist and California State Senator

May 12, 2010
Hotel Kabuki, 1625 Post Street, San Francisco

5:30 p.m.
Cocktail Reception, includes food, no-host bar, live DJ, and silent auction

7:00 p.m.
Interactive Conversation, celebrity forum

Limited Seating: RSVP by May 1st
$ 125 one ticket
$ 200 two tickets

Multiple ticket rate & sponsorships available
Come out and support a good cause. You can hang out with Chloe from Project Runway, Hung from Top Chef and Tammy and Victor from Amazing Race. Or you can go way back in the time machine and meet Pamela from Real World San Francisco (from when the show was actually kind of good).

For more information about the event, including tickets and parking details, go here. To learn more about the work and services of RAMS, Inc. -- that's Richmond Area Multi-Services -- go to the organization's website here.

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