In response to the recent Southern California wildfires, Architecture For Humanity’s San Francisco Chapter is co-hosting a fundraiser for the rebuilding efforts TOMORROW NIGHT in San Francisco with Open Productions and In Deep. If you’re in the Bay Area, come on down for the DJs, drinks, and do-good party action to support our friends at AFH:
Location: Shine, 1337 Mission St.@ 9th, San Francisco, CA 94103 Time: Saturday, November 10th, 9pm-2am Cost: $5 donation goes to AFH San Francisco and Southern California chapters
Or in the meantime, donate to AFH’s rebuilding efforts in Southern California here>>>
OPEL and IN DEEP present
SHINE YOUR LOVE
a benefit for Architecture for Humanity San Francisco and for Wildfire Rebuilding Efforts in Southern California
Saturday, November 10, 2007
Syd Gris (opel / opulent temple) Clarkie (deep end / in deep) Hoj (opel / www.djhoj.com) Mike Giannini (deep end / www.mikegiannini.com) Zach Moore (deep end / in deep) and more tba
only $5 all night BE EXTRA SHINY, share all you can! add’l donations are welcome with smiles and hugs* 9pm-2am | 21+
@ Shine 1337 Mission St.@ 9th San Francisco, CA 94103
AFH is a 501(c)3 organization seeking architectural solutions to global, social and humanitarian crises, bringing design services to communities in need. AFH-SF designs and builds socially, culturally, ecologically and economically sustainable communities for children, families and neighborhoods in San Francisco! AHF in Southern California is also gearing up for a challenging rebuilding effort after the wildfires. All DJ’s are playing for free. All proceeds will be donated. Please join us! BE EXTRA SHINY, share all you can!
*Feeling especially generous? Or are unable to attend the event? Please make a donation to AFH-SF by sending an email to email@example.com or mailing checks to:
Architecture for Humanity SF 2041 26th street #201 San Francisco, California 94107
As the fires in California continue to rage, Architecture for Humanity is already on the move, with architects planning reconstruction, and the local Los Angeles and San Diego chapters helping families and businesses in their times of crisis. The San Diego Chapter, Rebuild, responded earlier this week by volunteering in the evacuation center at Qualcomm Stadium. Architecture for Humanity Los Angeles is also partnering with Rebuild San Diego to mount a regional-wide response including sharing information regarding local municipalities’ relief efforts. In the meantime, AFH needs your support- financial and volunteer aid. Donate directly here, or if you’re in the area, go volunteer!
Volunteer opportunities for Qualcomm Stadium can be found near Gate A. Approximately 400 evacuated senior citizens (ages 70 to 90) were sent to San Diego High, 1402 Park Blvd. AFH San Diego Rebuild are there at the moment, still seeking food, toiletries, bedding, etc. Volunteers near the Del Mar area can contact 858-792-5245 for further instructions. To make donations of feed and hay for horses, contact 858-509-5245. + Architecture for Humanity + Rebuild via Open Architecture Network