Casino Night Easter Fundraiser in San Francisco

 Casino Night Easter Fundraiser in San Francisco

This upscale fundraising gala is the perfect place to network or socialize with your family and friends. Benefitting the Invisible Class Film Project.

Saturday, April 7, 2012
6PM – 11:30PM
San Francisco CA

Join us for the evening of pure indulgence with chocolate fountain, light snacks, casino tables (gamble for prizes!) and live music. Each guest will be offered a complimentary glass of champagne. Cash bar at your disposal throughout the whole duration of event.

 Casino Night Easter Fundraiser in San Francisco


Full set of Casino tables
Chocolate fountain
Light snacks
Cash bar
Photo booth
Complimentary champagne
Lounge area
Program of the evening:

6:00 – 7:00
Fund raiser project presentation, networking. Each guest is offered a complimentary glass of champagne.

7:00 – 10:30
Work your way through poker, blackjack, craps, roulette and other gaming tables.

Gamble for a chance to win prizes from our corporate sponsors!

10:00 – 11:30
Live music performance

Black Tie Dress Code:
Bring your best elegant look and we’ll make sure to capture it with the help of our professional photographer!

Last but not least – a photo booth to provide you with fun memories of a great night!

The Venue
Located on Pine St in front of San Francisco Stock Exchange building (current “Equinox” fitness club), One Leidesdorff is a masterpiece venue situated at the core of the city’s Financial Center.
Two parking lots available nearby: 555 California St (Bank of America Building) and 433 Kearny St (Mary’s Square Garage).

Fundraising Gala Pass $100

“The Invisible Class” film
The Invisible Class tells the story of the entire homeless population, which is something that has never been done before in film. Documentary films inspire social change and are often the biggest influence on public perception of issues in the media.


The Invisible Class aims to make the most touching and honest film about America‘s homeless population, and help the millions of people affected by it every day.

Where did homelessness come from? Why do we spend billions a year, but seem to have very little progress? What’s be…ing done that actually works? Is there a way to solve this problem? Josh Hayes, producer, has been interviewing scientists and activists around United States who share their view of the problem, as well as ways to solve it.

One Leidesdorff
344 Pine St
(between Century Pl & Leidesdorff St)
San Francisco, CA 94104

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