2013 EBAYC GALA: Inspiring Generations of Leaders
Thursday, October 3, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)
EBAYC GALA: INSPIRING GENERATIONS OF LEADERS
6PM Cocktail & Silent Auction
7PM Dinner & Performances
Featured Performance: Karina Iglesias, a contestant of NBC hit show The Voice, join us in the festivities and perform live. A local jazz band will also grace the evening with their repertoire.
Key Note Speaker: Kenzo Sung, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Education from Wellesley College
We promise it will be an evening filled with complimentary drinks & great food prepared by Executive Chef Shotoro using only the finest, high-quality, seasonal ingredients to create a new generation of modern Japanese cuisine. You will also experience an exquisite silent auction and raffle experience with the best selection of prizes from the Bay Area's finest entertainment services & products.
Hurry and get your tickets today as seats are very limited this year! Come get inspired, have fun, and help us raise the $80,000 to support EBAYC's important youth and community organizing programs to serve our 2,000 low-income families.
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When & Where
East Bay Asian Youth Center (EBAYC)
Making an Impact
Our goal is to raise $80,000 through this event to secure funding for our after school, counseling, and community organizing programs for approximately 2,000 underserved youth and families in Oakland. Your support is a smart and sustainable investment in our community!
- Serves a multicultural community of students and families from some of the most under-resourced neighborhoods - Asians (50%), Latinos (35%), and African Americans (15%)
- Provides recruitment, training, and matching of up to 300+ college volunteers to provide mentorship to high need Oakland youth every year.
- Runs After School and Summer learning Programs at 14 different Oakland Unified School District K-12th grade schools
- EBAYC's Street Team program provides probation youth a second chance to be productive citizens through education, therapy, and counseling support
- EBAYC's Corridor Project promotes neighborhood safety, addresses human trafficking and violence issues, and revitalizes the San Antonio neighborhood of Oakland
Learn more about us: www.ebayc.org