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PbP SF August Happy Hour

PbP August 2014 Happy Hour

HAPPY HOUR
Thursday, August 14th, 6PM
Golden Gate Tap Room
525 Sutter St. 2nd Floor

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We're only a month away from Plate by Plate! Come talk to us about the amazing restaurants and beverage purveyors we have lined up. Or just hang out, have a few drinks, and challenge your friends to a friendly game of skeeball. 

This will also be your LAST CHANCE to buy tickets at the Early Bird price before they go up. Come to the happy hour or reserve them online before 8/14!

http://www.platebyplate.org/sf/

 
PbP SF Presents - 2014 Plate by Plate Kick-Off Happy Hour

PbP 2014 Plate by Plate Kick-Off Happy Hour

Join us for happy hour as we kick off ticket sales to our premier food and wine tasting benefit, Plate by Plate! 

You will have access to our deeply discounted early bird ticket price of $85 (compared to $150 at the door), and the chance to learn about our 2014 partner, Asian Community Mental Health Services.

Don't miss this limited-time only opportunity to secure your early bird tickets! Come mingle with good drinks and good company, while making positive social change in your community. 

HAPPY HOUR
July 17th, 6pm
Southside Spirit House
575 Howard Street

PLATE BY PLATE
September 6th, 7pm
City View (top floor of Metreon)
135 5th Street

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Plate by Plate 2014

August 2, 2014
at Petersen Automotive Museum
6060 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036

6:30PM – 7:30PM · VIP Reception
7:30PM – 10:00PM · General Admission

Dress Code: Formal/Stylish Attire

Join us on Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 for the LA's' 12th Annual Plate by Plate Tasting Benefit, celebrating Project by Project's Partner, Pacific Asian Counseling Services!

Every year, Project by Project selects a non-profit partner based on a theme or issue that addresses current needs in the Asian American community. This year, Project by Project LA is partnering up with Pacific Asian Counseling Services (PACS), whose mission is to enrich the lives of children and families through counseling and caring. PACS provides culturally sensitive and language specific services with expertise in the immigrant Asian Pacific Islander populations.

Approximately 50 of Southern California's finest restaurants and beverage purveyors will be at the beautiful Petersen Automotive Museum to support the cause, including:

  • Alimento
  • Asahi Beer
  • Barbershop
  • Bird Pick Tea & Herb
  • Bistro LQ
  • b.o.s.
  • Chaya
  • Church Key
  • Del Rey Deli
  • Drago Centro
  • Faith & Flower
  • Fifty Seven
  • Hamasaku
  • Lexington Social House
  • Little Bear
  • Maison Akira
  • Mills + Co
  • Mo-Chica
  • Patina
  • Patina Pastry
  • Peking Tavern
  • Petty Cash
  • Republique
  • Sally Camacho / Jonathan Club
  • San Vicente Wine Cellars
  • Scratch | Bar
  • Short Cake
  • smoke.oil.salt
  • Sotto
  • Starry Kitchen
  • Stella Barra

Make sure to visit our Full Participants List here.

 

Tickets to Plate by Plate are available now and going fast!

Make sure to get yours
here!

 

 
PbP SF Announces 2014 Partner - Asian Community Mental Health Services


 

JUNE 10, 2013 – San Francisco, CA – Project by Project San Francisco (PbP SF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supports non-profit organizations creating a positive impact in the Asian American community. Each year, the three chapters of Project by Project (PbP) decide on a theme and select a local non-profit organization supporting the Asian American community as its partner. In the spirit of PbP’s 2014 theme of Mental Health, PbP SF announced today that it has named Asian Community Mental Health Services (ACMHS), as its non-profit partner. 

Asian Community Mental Health Services (ACMHS) is a East-Bay based non-profit organization that provides multilingual and multi-cultural services in behavioral health care, developmental disabilities services, youth counseling, and family support services. ACMHS was founded 40 years ago as the first organization to provide mental health services to the growing low income Asian and Pacific Islander (API) immigrant community in Alameda County. It has now grown to a staff of more than 100 that serves over 3000 persons per year. Mental health stigma is still one of the biggest challenges facing the API community.  ACMHS aims to provide outreach through education on wellness practices and improve access to culturally competent services. Through prevention and early intervention programs, ACMHS reaches a wide range of age groups and provides counseling, youth programs, and peer assistance networks.

PbP SF serves the San Francisco Bay Area and 2014 will mark the organization’s fifthyear in support of positive causes in the community. Past partners include APA Family Support Services (2010), Oakland Asian Educational Services (OASES) (2011), Project by Project (2012), and Kearny Street Workshop (2013). Through partnerships with these local non-profits, PbP SF has raised awareness for each of these organizations through fund-raising activities and by highlighting each as the partner non-profit beneficiary for the organization’s annual Plate by Plate benefit event. PbP SF is looking forward to activating even more young professionals this year to engage them in supporting ACMHS and issues related to this year’s theme of Mental Health.

 

About Project by Project 

Project by Project was founded in New York in 1998 and expanded to Southern California in 2001 and the San Francisco/Bay Area in 2009.  Since Project by Project was founded, it has partnered with more than 20 other non-profit organizations and built a volunteer base of more than 1,500 individuals nationwide. Each chapter of Project by Project partners with a different under-served non-profit organization every year to provide services such as fundraising, marketing/public relation consulting, event planning, strategic consulting, and recruiting.

For more information about volunteer opportunities and upcoming events with Project by Project, please visit 
www.projectbyproject.org

 

 
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Team Members

Alice H. Lee
Legal Counsel, New York
Dennis Mo
Director of Operations
Nami Han
Manager of Auction Donations
Ling Lin
Director of Fundraising
Christopher Chang
Manager of Team & Leadership Development

Testimonials

"Please know all of us at the California Science Center (especially Jenn and me) love PbP and hope you will return again next July!"
-Lori Matsunaga

"For the last 12 years, I've done about 15 food events a year. PbP's event is one of the best!"
-Kerry Heffernan

"PbP exceeded APWC's expectations in every way. I would've never thought such a small organization could do so many things for our program in such a short period of time!"
-Chun Yen Chen

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