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San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Celebrate the 25th year of REAL BAD and help us to reach our $2 Million grant-making goal while you are at it! Stuart Kent and Mark Pellegrino are opening up their gorgeous home and filling it with delicious food, plenty of drinks, and a whole lot of fun. We've promised to supply the HOT guests - can you help us?
You will be greeted and served by an expert staff all evening. We will delight you with prizes, surprises, and perhaps a little entertainment. You will also get a sneak preview of some of the surprises we have in store for our watershed 25th year.
The $75 ticket fee funds our $2 Million initiative for 2013. If we can raise an additional $100,000 through events like these while having all the fun we're famous for, GRGR/West and REAL BAD will achieve $2,000,000 in lifetime giving by this November. That is a goal too good to pass by and the money, as always, goes to the amazing local beneficiaries who do so much for our community. The GLBT Historical Society and Alliance Heath Project are among our beneficiaries for this year and more will be announced soon.
Please feel free to share this invitation with your Circle of Friends.
If you can't attend but would still like to contribute to our grant-making goal, please us the DONATE NOW button on the www.realbad.org home page. We are grateful for your support!
Please carpool or take public transit as there might be limited parking in the area.
Your completed ticket purchase will include a confirmation page and a PDF with the address of Stuart and Mark's home.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday!
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Grass Roots Gay Rights West (GRGR/West) is committed to raising and distributing funds to grassroots organizations that strengthen the diverse populations that make up San Francisco’s LGBT community. We support organizations that create local impact, sustainable results and/or measurable change, especially in the areas of civil rights, community development, social services, HIV/AIDS and other health-related issues.