The Main Event: A Roaring 20s Gala
Thank you to everyone who supported this year's event.
Main Event 2020 was a huge success
If you missed it and would like to watch the video, please click here
Gilead Science * Carole Middleton * Sutter Health/ Mills-Peninsula Medical Center* Bohannon Foundation
Sheila and Marc Wolfson
Bank of America Merrill Lynch * Kaiser Permanente
Hanson Bridget, LLP * Bill and Sue Kenney * Peninsula Health Care District * Ting & Associates, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
Dave and Adrienne Weil
Avidbank * Barulich Dugoni & Sutmann Law Group, Inc. * Bay Area Border Relief
Boston Private * Damelio Group * Dignity Health- Sequoia Hospital * Provident Credit Union * The Raiser Family
San Mateo County Community College District * Woodmont Real Estate Services
The Bohannon Foundation * Fitzgerald Landscapes * Vocker Kristofferon & Co.
Mike and Cathy Aydelott * Ken Constantino- Realtor * D' Elia Construction Inc. * Henry Schein Dental *Lisa Karson-McGuire Real Estate * Lana Morin Pierce
Peninsula Building Materials Co. * The Patty Dwyer Group * Peninsula Siding Co, Inc. * RG Developments, Inc.* SEA Construction, Inc.
If you have questions about the event, or making a gift, please contact Beth Hefner-Tibbs, Annual Fund and Events Manager, at 650-523-0809. Thank you for your investment in our mission and your understanding as we take the recommended steps to keep our clients, staff and community of supporters safe at this time.
As one of San Mateo’s leading nonprofits, we are the largest food distribution agency in the county and are recognized as a role model in the community. Our free service offerings include shelter and housing assistance; medical and dental clinics; clothes for children; personalized case management and much more. Each year, we provide services and resources to more than 14,000 low-income and homeless San Mateo County residents in need, including families with children, seniors and individuals living with a disability, veterans and homeless adults.
Our friendly and helpful staff is welcoming, empathetic, insightful and encouraging to every Samaritan House visitor. The staff’s professional and socially engaging approach quickly builds trust and breaks down the stigma associated with being in need. It offers our visitors an opportunity to feel comfortable and supported. Visitors also discover that Samaritan House takes a holistic approach to poverty that goes beyond food, shelter and clothing.
At Samaritan House, we believe that serving a client is not a single transaction but the start of an on-going relationship to move individuals and families towards self-reliance.