San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 22, 2015
DIFFA San Francisco is honored to unveil DIFFA Designs, an evening of Red Haute Design presented by Roche Bobois from 6:00PM to 9:00PM on Thursday, September 24, at The NWBLK Gallery located at 1999 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA 94110.
For this event, Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS: DIFFA has invited San Francisco Bay Area designers and artists to use red, the universal color for HIV/AIDS awareness and support, as their muse to create original design objects–fine art, fashion, furniture–to be offered in a spectacular silent auction.
Co-chaired by Architect Jonathan Feldman and Designer Steven Miller, DIFFA Designs will feature a reception, silent auction, interactive entertainment, food bites from top local restaurants, fine wines from the Crusher Wine District in Napa Valley, and spirits. Tickets cost $125 each and the proceeds will go towards individuals affected by HIV/AIDS.
With chapters all across the country, DIFFA has granted more than $41 million to organizations nationwide that provide direct care for people living with HIV/AIDS and preventive education for those at risk. DIFFA Designs supports the work of the UCSF Positive Health Program at San Francisco General Hospital, which cares for more than 3,000 men, women and children with HIV/AIDS.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit http://www.diffasf.org
DIFFA: Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS is one of the country’s largest supporters of direct care for people living with HIV/AIDS and preventive education for those at risk. Merging care and commerce, supporters of DIFFA come from all fields of fine design and the visual arts, including: architecture, fashion design, interior design, photography and consumer product design. DIFFA SF was the first chapter of DIFFA with more than 30 years of supporting HIV/AIDS fundraising in the San Francisco Bay Area. To date, DIFFA has raised and granted more than $40 million to organizations nationwide providing direct care for people living with HIV/AIDS and preventive education for those at risk.