San Francisco City Hall
October 17, 2019
6 pm till late
Drink * Dine * Give * Dance
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Place * Celebratory attire!
Founders of Compton’s
Transgender Cultural District
Aimee Allison is the Founder of She the People, the national network elevating the political voice and power of women of color. By bringing together the most promising women of color candidates, strategists, and movement leaders, Ms. Allison is one of the primary architects for the electoral successes in 2018 that made it the “year of women of color in politics.”
Community tickets are reserved for youth (14+), elders and community activists.
Partner tickets represent
a generous and sustainable share of our event fundraising goals.
Solidarity tickets ensure that
our events meet their fundraising goals and raise resources for our movements.
ACCESS Women’s Health Justice
ACLU of Northern California
Asian Women’s Shelter
Black Futures Lab
California Domestic Workers Coalition
California Healthy Nail Salon Collaborative
California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
Campaign for College Opportunity
Center for Reproductive Rights and Justice
Clayman Institute, Center for Research on Women (CROW)
Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap
Compton’s Transgender Cultural District
Culturally Responsive Domestic Violence Network
Ella Baker Center
Equal Rights Advocates
Essie Justice Group
Futures Without Violence
Insight Center for Economic Development
La Casa de Las Madres
Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
Mujeres Unidas y Activas
National Center for Lesbian Rights
Native Americans in Philanthropy
Restaurant Opportunities Centers United
San Francisco Commission on the Status of Women
San Francisco LGBT Center
She the People
SF Women Against Rape
TGI Justice Project
The Women’s Building
Time for Change Foundation
Training in Early Abortion for Comprehensive Healthcare (TEACH)
Transgender Law Center
Women Donors Network
Women’s Health Specialists
Women’s Funding Network
Young Women’s Freedom Center
Young Women’s Initiative/Alliance for Girls
IMPORTANT CITY HALL ENTRANCE DETAILS & SECURITY
Main event entrance is at 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place (Polk St.)
All guests are required to pass thru metal detectors for entry. Small handbags and purses are allowed. However, ALL BACKPACKS, SUITCASES, AND LARGE BAGS MUST ENTER AT THE GROVE STREET ENTRANCE TO BE SCREENED. You will find the Grove Street entrance doorway next to the white catering tent.
San Francisco City Hall – Directions and Parking
We encourage guests to use public transit, carpool or ride share. Valet parking is not provided. The Civic Center BART train station is only 2 blocks from City Hall and multiple MUNI bus lines service the City Hall/Civic Center Area. Click here for public transit route planning.
If you are driving, please click here for directions and parking.