$150 – $250

AN ENCHANTING EVENING BENEFITING PACIFIC STROKE ASSOCIATION

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Computer History Museum

1401 North Shoreline Boulevard

Mountain View, CA 94043

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Enjoy a wine reception, music, dinner by Catered Too, Fund a Cause and a keynote talk by Dr. Nicholas Schiff, a distinguished neurologist with Cornell Medical Center.

Emcee: Dani Grady, a nationally recognized patient advocate.

Venue: Attendees will enjoy the Computer History Museum's large and bright event space, conveniently located just off 101. Free parking onsite.

We invite you to attend by purchasing a ticket as an individual or couple, or by sponsoring the event as part of our Patrons, Supporters, or Friends Circles. To pay, click on the green "Tickets" button.


PATRONS CIRCLE AT $2500 offers

4 Reserved seats to see Diane Barnes on 9/22 OR 9/29

4 Tickets for the VIP Tour of Mozart Car Museum

8 VIP Reserved seats at the Gala Celebration

Plus recognition in the program.

($2,000 is charitable gift)


SUPPORTERS CIRCLE AT $2,000 offers

4 Reserved seats at the Play on 9/22 OR 9/29

4 Tickets for the VIP tour of Mozart car museum

6 VIP Reserved seats at the Gala Celebration

Plus recognition in the program.

($1,600 is charitable gift)


FRIENDS CIRCLE AT $1500 offers

2 Reserved seats at the Play on 9/22 OR 9/29

2 Tickets for the VIP Tour of Mozart Car Museum

4 Reserved seats at the Gala Celebration

Plus recognition in the program.

($1,200 is charitable gift)

PROCEEDS BENEFIT FREE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES FOR STROKE SURVIVORS AND THEIR FAMILIES.

Serving Santa Clara and San Mateo counties since 1998, Pacific Stroke Association has a two-fold MISSION: toreduce the incidence of stroke through education and to help alleviate stroke’s devastating aftermath through support programs for stroke survivors.


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