Seeing Beyond Borders - A rockin' party benefiting inner-city youth
Friday, October 18, 2013 at 9:00 PM - Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 2:00 AM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
Global Glimpse Presents:
Seeing Beyond Borders: A Rockin' Party Benefiting Inner-City Youth
Friday, October 18th @ 111 Minna Gallery, SF • 9pm-2am
Rockin' DJ • 9-PIECE Funk Band • Live Painting • Local Artwork • Travel Photography Auction • 2 Full Bars • FREE Photo Booth • Raffle Prizes • 500+ Party People & More...
LIVE 9-PIECE FUNK/SOUL BAND - MIDTOWN SOCIAL (10pm-11:30pm)
DJ WONWAY - Funk, Soul, Hip-Hop, 80s, Dancehall Reggae & Top 40s
Art/Photography By Local Artists (Live Painting by Oliver Black)
Proceeds go to travel scholarships for low-income Bay Area high school students in GLOBAL GLIMPSE, an innovative non-profit that inspires our next generation to become responsible global citizens through youth leadership, global education and service learning in developing countries.
If you cannot attend but would still like to donate to the travel scholarships please click HERE. All donations are tax-deductible. Every dollar is greatly appreciated!
$20 advance @ eventbrite (sold out)
$25 @ eventbrite
$25 at the door
*Door sales are dependent upon capacity and cannot be guaranteed
21 & Up Only
When & Where
Global Glimpse was born out of a need for high quality global education in the United States. We believe that exposure to different countries, cultures, and people provides important perspective and drives young people to take action to better their world together.
Global Glimpse works to make experiential education abroad accessible to outstanding students from all socioeconomic backgrounds through need based scholarships. Since 2007 Global Glimpse has served over 1500 students and 150 educators from Bay Area public high schools and we will be expanding to NYC next year.
Your ticket purchase goes directly to building a new generation of diverse young leaders who are equipped and inspired to tackle the social, political, and economic challenges of their generation.