San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Yerba Buena Alliance
22nd Anniversary Gala
Thursday, October 3, 2013
5:00-6:00 pm Sponsor Reception
6:00-8:00 pm Gala
101 Fourth Street, San Francisco
Metreon Cityview Terrace
Organizational Champion Award
Yerba Buena Gardens
Experience a Taste of Yerba Buena
with our generous restaurant donors
(includes an exclusive pre event champagne sponsors reception from 5-6 pm on outdoor terrace of the Metreon Cityview overlooking the Yerba Buena Gardens
This event is a community celebration honoring the vibrancy of the Yerba Buena, our honorees and you the community. All proceeds go to support the work of the Yerba Buena Alliance.
Thank you to our generous sponsors
for your support of the Yerba Buena Alliance!
*B Restaurant and Bar * Hathaway Dinwiddie *
- Millennium Partners * MJM Management * Salesforce
Craftcare Hardwood Floors, Fanpage Direct, lowercase productions, Target, Westfield, Yerba Buena Community Benefit District
140 New Montgomery, Coblentz, Patch, Duffy & Bass, Cox, Castle & Nicholson, LLP, Emerald Fund, Handel Architects, METREON, Moscone Center, Recology, Trinity Properties, W Hotel, Webcor
Art & Culture Advocates
AGI Capital, ATSSI Security, City Park, Gardener's Guild, Macy's,
One Hawthorne Owner's Association, Palace Hotel, Plant Construction, St. Patrick's Church, St. Regis Hotel, Union Square Business Improvment District (BID),
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival
More details TBA. See our website www.yerbabuena.org for more information.
When & Where
Yerba Buena Alliance
Stretching from 2nd to 5th and Market to Harrison Streets, the Yerba Buena Neighborhood today is one of San Francisco's most dynamic communities. You can't find our concentration of cultural institutions, cutting-edge retail, top-notch hotels, urban green space, world-class convention facilities, fine dining, and residents of all income levels anywhere else. Yerba Buena definitely has something for everyone!
The Yerba Buena Alliance believes stable and vibrant businesses, beautiful and accessible public spaces, mutually-beneficial and lasting relationships, and an engaged community are key to ensuring a high quality of life in San Francisco and the Yerba Buena Neighborhood.
We produce monthly neighborhood meetings as a way to engage and inform the Yerba Buena Community and produce two gallery walks a year, walking tours, convene the cultural institutions through the Culture Cabinet and have an enewsletter which you can join by emailing info(at)yerbabuena dot org.