In hosting events, we are able to provide the opportunity for our community to support youth organizations, thus allowing us to share the pleasurable experience of helping others seeking support.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 30, 2009
New Year’s Eve Event to benefit local educational organization.
Bay Area children’s educational programs have received more than $7,000 in funds raised by Aloha Charity in 2009 alone.
Aloha Charity is pleased to announce that on December 31, they will be rounding out the year by being active hosts and partners of "Streets of San Francisco" at the Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion. The Official Website is located at http://www.streetsofsf2010.com
The Bay Area charity is teaming up with Matt Seliga of CrawlSF, Nate Mezmer and Mike Fitzgerald for this New Year’s Eve extravaganza where a portion of the proceeds will benefit Aloha Charity, sponsoring A Home Away from Homelessness, a local non-profit that nurtures and supports the needs of homeless children and families in San Francisco and Marin.
“Given the impact of the current economic crisis on government funding for schools and educational programs, the money raised by Aloha Charity is always warmly welcomed,” said Kellan McNamara. “In hosting events, we are able to provide the opportunity for our community to support youth organizations, thus allowing us to share the pleasurable experience of helping others seeking support.” Aloha Charity will be auctioning 3 VIP tables, loaded with Bay Area amenities (including an Autographed SF Giants Memorabilia Package) and tickets to event. 100% of the auction proceeds will go directly to A Home Away From Homelessness. Auction items can be found at http://shop.ebay.com/alohacharity/m.html.
The New Year’s Eve bash will offer partygoers a front-row seat for the New Year's Eve Fireworks show and a 180 degree view of the Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Bridge and Alcatraz. The celebration boasts a premium open bar and performances by San Francisco’s best live bands including Music For Animals and Butterfly Bones as well as up and coming DJs such as Designer Deejays (Just & Dan-Lo), DJ ZAQ and DJ Remeddy.
Organizations benefited by Aloha Charity events in 2009 include:
1 Up On Top
3 Project Night Night
For more information about Aloha Charity and how to get involved, please visit http://www.alohacharity.org.
ABOUT ALOHA CHARITY
Aloha Charity consists of six Bay Area residents -- Eric Bingham, Ross Nelson, Patrick Mowrer, Kellan McNamara, Ken Smith, and Chrissie Moreno -- linked by their educational backgrounds, who spearhead events including happy hours, wine tastings, and music benefits, raising funds and awareness for various organizations that specialize in youth education in the Bay Area. Aloha Charity donates 100% of the proceeds to the sponsored educational organization, and the members ensure that donations make a powerful and positive impact on the lives of Bay Area youth.