You're invited to make every day count!
Enjoy drinks, food, art, auctions, raffles, fashion shows and networking at 3 fantastic events! It's all part of Shelley's Every Day Counts fundraising campaign for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Man & Woman of the Year competition. Have fun and meet new people while supporting an important cause.
The first Every Day Counts event is at 12 Gallagher Lane Gallery.
Art, cocktails, networking and a celebrity guest! What more could you want? And it's all for a great cause. Come meet Chelsea Autumn, star of “Millionaire Matchmaker” on Bravo, while enjoying cocktails, networking and the beautiful art at the 12 Gallagher Lane Gallery.
Recently renovated, 12 Gallagher Lane Gallery is located in the emerging Art District or Gallery Row, commonly known as the Moscone West and Yerba Buena Gardens district in downtown San Francisco. The inspiration for 12 Gallagher Lane was the iconic American artist Hunt Slonem. The gallery is home to period pieces such as a Roman marble bathtub, a Baccarat chandelier, ancient sculptures and a 1929 gilded piano. Artists currently on display include Rick Begneaud, Joey DeRuy, Tracy Lee Griffith, Hunt Slonem and Jonah Ward.
Networking gets you great opportunities that you wouldn't have any other way. Come meet new connections while you discuss art and raise money for LLS!
Chelsea Autumn, star of “Millionaire Matchmaker” on Bravo, will be giving professional match-maker insight tips and answering your anonymous questions on dating!
Chelsea's new company, Queen of Hearts, will be raffling off some of their services in support of our fundraising efforts:
Other great items will also be raffled off throughout the evening and 12 Gallagher Lane will donate a portion of any art sold that evening!
The first 30 arrivals at the party will receive luxury gift bags!
Join us at 12 Gallagher Lane for a great night of art, drinks, networking and dating tips!
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Every Day Counts, LLS Fundraising
Each year, in communities across the country, candidates engage in a spirited competition to earn The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's "Man & Woman of the Year" titles, by raising funds for blood cancer research. The candidates compete in honor of children who are local blood cancer survivors—the Boy & Girl of the Year.
Shelley Costantini, a San Francisco business woman who wants to make a difference in her community, was nominated for the 2011 LLS Man & Woman of the Year contest. She’s honored to be running the Every Day Counts campaign to raise money and awareness for LLS. Please consider supporting her efforts to raise $25,000 for LLS.