Supporting Bay Area Causes for Ten Years

The San Francisco Social is an annual fundraiser that brings together an engaging young adult audience to support and become involved with important Bay Area causes. The event began six years ago, benefitting the Sonoma Jazz+ Festival, and today has hundreds of loyal followers and a track record of raising tens of thousands of dollars. Key to its mission, the event changes its beneficiary every two years to distribute financial support and awareness to a variety of deserving art, education, and service charities.

Previous beneficiaries include the Sonoma Jazz+ Festival, the San Francisco Museums of Fine Arts, KIPP Bay Area Schools, Larkin Street Youth Services and now San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center. Through the San Francisco Social, young leaders and their friends get together to impact their
community and enjoy a memorable evening.

The San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center

The San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center was created in 1998 when two long-standing organizations, the San Francisco Child Abuse Council and the TALK Line Family Support Center, formally consolidated their programs in a renovated firehouse in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco.  The two founding organizations have a rich history of serving San Francisco’s children and families in need. 

For more information, please visit: http://www.sfcapc.org.