**A limited number of tickets will be available at the door**
The San Francisco Bachelor Auction, presented by The Guardsmen, will take place on June 21st at Ruby Skye. Now in its 9th year, The San Francisco Bachelor Auction will feature 25 of the Bay Area’s most eligible bachelors, along with some local and national celebrities, including Ryan Park who appeared on ABC’s The Bachelorette. The bachelors are accompanied by spectacular date packages which in past years have included once-in-a-lifetime experiences such as trips on private jets, helicopter tours of wine country, unique experiences at events like NYC Fashion Week, and cooking with celebrity chefs. A girls’ night out to remember, the Auction is decadently hosted and features a complimentary happy hour for all, as well as an extended spread and intimate opportunities to meet the bachelors for VIP guests.
Proceeds from the auction contribute to the Guardsmen’s efforts to send 2,500 at-risk youth to outdoor education programs and provides scholarship support to more than 250 students at Bay Area private schools each year. Know that you’re doing good while you’re having an even better time.
The Guardsmen is a group of Bay Area men mobilizing their significant talents and resources to enhance and improve the lives of at-risk youth. This all-volunteer organization, founded in 1947, provides access to high-quality educational and outdoor activities for inner-city youth. The opportunities created through The Guardsmen's scholarship and campership programs mean that every year kids who otherwise would not have a chance at success are given the opportunity to excel as productive members of society. Each year The Guardsmen sends 2,500 youth to outdoor education programs and provides scholarship support to more than 250 students at Bay Area private schools.
The Guardsmen is committed to making sure that fundraising dollars are spent wisely, with the greatest need and highest returns always in mind. In fact, approximately 97 cents of every dollar raised goes directly to support programs for kids.