Grab your best glad rags and join us for an evening filled with delicious cuisine, a live auction led by the Golden State Warrior's hype man, Franco Finn, that will include AMAZING items that money can't buy and inspirational program emceed by Diane Dwyer, who anchored the news at KTVU and NBC Bay Area, which will highlight all of the amazing services that Samaritan House provides as we lead the fight in keeping everyone in our community fed, clothed and housed.
Make sure to keep your ears open throughout the evening for the secret word that will get you into the Speakeasy After Party that is guaranteed to get you up and dancing to live Jazz music by Citizen's Jazz ( But shhh.... Don't tell anyone.).
"A Roaring 20s Gala" will be a night you don't want to miss.
Get your tickets before they sell out!
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Grab the best seats in the house!
GoBo Projecting logo at event, Keynote opportunity at event, Name on presenting line, Featured article in the 2020 Spring Newsletter, Inclusion in Daily Journal ad, Full page ad in event catalog, 2 Premium tables, Live or video welcome at the event, 20 collectible Main Event pins
|Great Gatsby Sponsorship|
Premium tables, Full page ad in Event Catalog, 20 collectible Main Event pins
One premium table ( 10 registrants), Half page ad in E#vent Catalog, 10 Collectible Main Event Pins
|Cat's Meow Sponsorship|
One premium table ( 10 registrants), Quarter page ad in Event Catalog, 10 Collectible Main Event pins
|Dapper Flapper Sponsorship|
Six registrations, Eighth Page Ad in Event Catalog
|Bee's Knees Sponsorship|
Four registrations, Name Listing in Event Catalog
|Hotsy Totsy Sponsorship|
Two registrations, Name Listing in Event Catalog
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.