I LOVE SAN FRANCISCO: Biodiversity Isn’t Just For Rainforests
a Fundraiser/ART CONTEST for the San Francisco League of Conservation Voters
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2011 at 50 Mason Social House
San Francisco is a wonderful combination of of urban and natural beauty which we love. Help us celebrate life in our favorite city by joining the San Francisco League of Conservation Voters on THURSDAY OCTOBER 20th at the 50 Mason Social Club for our latest “I Love San Francisco” Art Contest & Fundraiser.
Did you know that we in San Francisco live in the middle of a Biodiversity Hotspot? To highlight the fact that San Francisco ITSELF is in one of a handful of regions critical to protecting global biodiversity, the theme will be “Biodiversity Isn’t Just For Rainforests.”
In addition to the art contest (which you’ll help judge!), there will be light appetizers and drinks, and of course local environmental activists and politicians. Join us & support our work!
WHAT: I LOVE SF Art Contest/Fundraiser for the San Francisco League of Conservation Voters
WHEN: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20th, 2011 – 7 to 10PM
HOW MUCH: $10-$25 Sliding Scale OR BECOME A SPONSOR (free admission)
WHERE: 50 Mason Social House (50 Mason St at Market Street in SF)
WHO: You, the SFLCV Board, and many others!
BE A SPONSOR: Please consider sponsoring our fundraiser at the Street Steward ($100), Neighborhood Protector ($250), or City Champion levels ($500). Sponsors will be publicly thanked at the event & will be admitted free (+1).
ABOUT THE SFLCV:
The San Francisco League of Conservation Voters is where the environmental movement meets local politics.
Our mission is to promote environmental protection through active participation in the San Francisco political system and to enhance the integrity of that political system for all San Franciscans. As such, we promote conservation and protection of natural resources, environmental justice, and sustainability, as well as good government issues and political reforms.
Our primary means for achieving these goals are: Supporting legislation and candidates that promote our goals; Informing the voting public about such legislation and candidates. Lobbying public officials on behalf of such legislation; Creating such legislation itself.
Thanks to all came out for our 3rd Celebrating the Urban Environment at 111 Minna. We had a good time and hope you did as well.
We in particular want to thank the artists for their contributions to the evening. Andrew Turner was the winner of the people’s choice award:
We would also like to thank our sponsors:
California League of Conservation Voters
Adrian Cotter & Liz Pallatto