Please join us for the 26th annual Art Inspiring Hope gala!
Saturday, March 14, 2020, 5:00 PM
Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, Festival Pavilion, San Francisco
Join us on a mythical voyage beyond the deepest seas for the 26th annual Art Inspiring Hope Gala. Dolphins and sea turtles will inspire our celebrations as we dine, dance and delight among the ancient ruins of Atlantis. Adorn yourself in sparkling sea treasure and meet us where legend and myth come to life. Come discover the magical lost city of Atlantis.
Reggie Aqui, Dan Noyes, ABC7 News
SPECIAL MUSICAL GUEST
Jay Siegan Presents
A BLACK TIE EVENT
Tritons and Seashells Encouraged
VALET PARKING PROVIDED
Silent auction will close promptly at 7:00 p.m., so please arrive at 5:00 p.m.
About Art Inspiring Hope
Every year, Okizu holds a fundraiser entitled, “Art Inspiring Hope: A Child’s Struggle with Cancer.” AIH began on a very small scale twenty-four years ago in 1995 and has grown into an extravagant gala drawing more than 500 guests. This event raises more than $850,000 in one evening which helps make it possible for more than 800 children to attend the Okizu programs each year. Okizu offers programming for children with cancer and their families at no charge. The annual black-tie evening with a different, elaborate theme each year, features gourmet food, specialty drinks, silent and live auctions, and headline entertainment. Past performers have included Huey Lewis & The News, Sheryl Crow, The Robert Cray Band, The Doobie Brothers, The Dave Mason Band, and Smash Mouth.
Thank you to our Title Sponsor, Hennessy Funds.
Call 415.382.1503 or email email@example.com for table and ticket sales, to discuss partnership opportunities, and with any questions.
Tickets may also be purchased by mailing payment and contact information to Okizu Attn: AIH, 83 Hamilton Drive, Suite 200, Novato, CA 94949.
Click here for Sponsorship Information in our Media Kit.
Click here to donate an auction item.
Click here to link to a special AIH event rate at the newly opened Hotel Caza at Fisherman’s Wharf.