Hearts After Dark 2012 San Francisco

Hearts After Dark is a two time San Francisco “Best Non-Pofit Gala” winner!

Thursday, February 9, 2012
7PM-10PM
San Francisco CA

Join San Francisco General Hospital Foundation for an evening of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and live entertainment under the stars in the heart of San Francisco.

The tented event takes place on the field at AT&T Park. In addition to raising funds for the Foundation, the evening introduces a new generation of San Franciscans to the programs and services offered by San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center.

The beneficiary of Hearts After Dark is San Francisco General Hospital Foundation. So come out and support one of the city’s mist giving Foundation’s while rocking out in one of the city’s most famous locations.

CO-CHAIRS:

Lisa Guggenhime Hauswirth and Elizabeth Orsi Revetria

HEARTS AFTER DARK HONORARY HOST COMMITTEE:

Emily & Zach Anderson
Meeta & Tim Arcuri

Pam & Larry Baer

Leith & Stewart Barry

Christina Spaudling & George Berridge
Donna Hoghooghi & Ted Bertlett

Lesley Bunim
Matt Carbone
Aimee & Billy Carlson

Jennifer & Matthew Cook

Kelly Grimes and George M. Drysdale

Lisa & Chris Hauswirth

Sophie & Boe Hayward

Hooman Khalili

Lisa Edwards & Sam Leichman

Monica McLemore

Mary & Jeff Miller

Rebecca Moyle

Elizabeth & Stephen Revetria
Melissa & Mark Richardson

Kelly Jane & Alex Rosenblatt

Patrick Smith
Phillip Spiegel

Charlotte & Scott Tracy
Annie & Montgomery Woods
Vaughan Woodson

TICKETS
$75 General Admission
$175 VIP

About San Francisco General Hospital Foundation.
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation is dedicated to providing private support to improve the care and comfort of patients at San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center (SFGH). Every year, 1 in 8 San Franciscans, nearly 100,000 people, are treated at SFGH. A comprehensive medical center, SFGH provides quality health care with compassion and respect to patients that include the city’s most vulnerable. SFGH is the sole provider of trauma and psychiatric emergency services for San Francisco and northern San Mateo County and provides 20 percent of the city’s inpatient care. SFGH is also one of the nation’s top tertiary academic medical centers conducting clinical training and research.

AT&T Park
24 Willie Mays Plaza
San Francisco CA 94107

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