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Homies Organizing the Mission to Empower Youth (HOMEY) Reception and Open House

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Date:
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Time:
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Fundraiser
Organizer/Author:
Dyana Delfin-Polk
Phone:
510-982-6290
Address:
1337 Mission Street 2nd Fl, San Francisco, CA
Location Details:
Oddjob
1337 Mission St
San Francisco, CA

Supervisor Jane Kim, Supervisor David Campos, Supervisor John Avalos and the HOMEY Board of Directors invite you to celebrate the 15 Year Anniversary of Homies Organizing the Mission to Empower Youth!

Celebration Reception and Open House

Featuring: Banda Sin Nombre

When: Thursday, June 11th, 2015, 6pm
Where: Oddjob + HOMEY Peace Center
1337 Mission Street, San Francisco


TICKET PRICING

Student - $10

Young Professional - $25

HOMEY! - $40/person, $75/pair
(price includes one Oddjob beverage worth $10 per ticket)

Rebelde (Rebel) - $80/person, $150/pair
(price includes two Oddjob beverages worth $10 per ticket)

HOMEY Visionary - $150/person, $275/pair
(price includes two Oddjob beverages worth $10 per ticket + online and event acknowledgement)


All ticket proceeds will benefit HOMEY's youth programs. To purchase tickets, visit http://www.homey.eventbrite.com

Homies Organizing the Mission to Empower Youth (HOMEY) is a citywide non-profit organization that has been serving at-risk transitional aged youth by equipping them with the 21st century skills necessary to achieve success in higher education institutions and the workforce. Throughout its 15 year history in San Francisco, HOMEY has been regarded not only as a safe haven for opportunity youth, but it is a place where youth gain valuable life skills and development. Recently, HOMEY was honored as a UCSF 2014 Community-Academic Partnership recipient, and 2014 Latino Community Foundation “Leading Change” awardee. Visit http://www.homey-sf.org for more information on our youth empowerment programs in San Francisco.
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