San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
For over 60 years, The Arc San Francisco has worked to make sure people with intellectual and developmental disabilities have every resource they need to lead better lives.Together with the support of our business and community partners, The Arc has given people with disabilities like autism, Down syndrome and cerebral palsy a chance to realize their highest potential.
Join Honorary Chairs Bevan Dufty, the Mayor’s Director of HOPE, and Donna Sachet, legendary singer and fundraiser, at the 2013 Cirque de l’Arc on Thursday, May 16, 2013. Circus acts throughout the Arc facility, combined with fun foods and beverages, will set the stage for the highlight of the evening – a drag review featuring some of San Francisco’s most entertaining performers, including Kitty Glamour, Alexis Miranda, Cockatiella, Galilea, DJ Page Hodel plus stage performances by The Arc Superstars and the Gay Men’s Chorus. Guests will also enjoy a Silent and Live Auction of unique art, wines and vacations.
The first Cirque de l’Arc took place in May 2010, and was a rousing success, with strong participation from the LBGT community of artists, performers and public figures. We count on relationships in the wider community to sustain our work and provide more opportunities for our clients.
This event celebrates the vital work of The Arc San Francisco and the community that makes inclusion and independence possible for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Proceeds from Cirque de l'Arc support The Arc's Healthy Relationships anti-bullying, anti-clique curriculum, The Arc's Rainbow Group and Arc Ally mentors.
For more information about making a donation of goods or services for the Auction, please contact Marti Sullivan at 415-255-7200 x 119.
Please plan to join us for the fun and festivities! This will be one evening you won't want to miss!
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The Arc San Francisco
The mission of The Arc San Francisco is to serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by promoting self-determination, dignity and quality of life.
At this special event, clients of The Arc, their families, employers and friends celebrate the achievements and independence that are the hallmarks of people with disabilities in the workforce.