Do-Gooder Mid-Century Benefit Against Child Sex Slave Trade
Sunday, June 30, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Another year and another seemingly incredibly short season of Mad Men is passing us by. If you follow the show, you will have had about six seasons and twleve epidsodes to know how to dress for Do-Gooder's benefit to comabat the child sex slave trade on June 30th at WISH Bar and Lounge.
The benefit is for FAIR Girls, a non-profit that focuses on taking young girls out of the child sex slave trade and teaching educators, law enfrocement, and school children on how to spot the signs of trafficking and prevent them from becoming victims.
Attendees are encouraged to look daper and/or casual like you're walking onto the Mad Men set. Don't know how to look daper like Don Draper or sultry like Joan Holloway? No sweat, just hit the Goodwill or any vintage store and keep it casual with some sweet suede fringe vests or a thick turtleneck under a wool blazer. OK, that might be sweaty.
We will be having a silent auction for cool swag including art and gift certificates and other items that we swear you'll actually want to buy.
Do-Gooder will also be selling our newest line of apparel and accessories where we'll be doubling our donation (40% of the items' price) to FAIR Girls.
We kept it to a respectable 3 hours so you can get back to your home, slip into your a-shirt and boxers, crack open a pull-tab beer, and watch the latest episode (and probably season finale) of Mad Men.
Check out our ticket pricing tiers and see which one fits you and your budget best. We only have 110 tickets available, so don't meander lolligag too long.
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