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Taste of Microfinance :: benefiting Opportunity Fund

By Opportunity Fund

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, April 16, 2015 · 5:30 - 8:30pm PDT


111 Minna Gallery 111 Minna St San Francisco, CA 94105

Refund Policy

Contact the organizer to request a refund.


Celebrating entrepreneurship
and microfinance in the local food scene!

Taste of Microfinance is a food festival and cocktail party featuring cuisine from up-and-coming culinary entrepreneurs, many of whom used an Opportunity Fund microloan to launch or grow their businesses!

Photos of Taste of Microfinance 2010

Tasting Menu
The tasting menu will represent global cuisine with flavors from around the world. You'll find "Opportunity Funded" gourmet food trucks parked out front and additional chef stations inside the gallery.

Cocktails + Music + Fun
live music, an open bar and the uniquely urban ambiance at 111 Minna Gallery in downtown San Francisco.

Support a Good Cause
Join hundreds of Bay Area philanthropists, food lovers, microfinance enthusiasts, impact investors and civic leaders for an evening of culinary delights, cocktails and live music, with proceeds benefiting Opportunity Fund's microfinance clients.

+ $75 in advance
+ $100 at the door
includes entry, tastings (enough to fill you up) and open bar.

Cocktail Attire
21+ (adults only)

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Presented by

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Special Thanks

For Sponsorship information, contact Gwyneth Galbraith

To join the Host Committee, contact Brynne Speizer

About the organizer

Organized by
Opportunity Fund

Opportunity Fund is the nation’s leading nonprofit small business lender, providing loans to low- and moderate-income immigrants, women, and other underserved small business owners working hard to help themselves. Small loans help people make permanent and lasting change in their lives, but many deserving entrepreneurs don’t have access to affordable, responsible credit. We’ve seen firsthand the ripple effect of such loans in the form of growing businesses, more jobs, and vibrant communities. Since 1994, we’ve deployed more than $900 million and helped thousands of entrepreneurs invest in their futures. The organization has committed to lending an additional $1.2 billion to small business owners across the country by 2023.