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2016 "Bridging the Generations": Golden Girls Hats & Gloves Tea.

On March 5th, 2016 an important tradition will continue in San Francisco – the 11th Annual National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., San Francisco Chapter's "Bridging the Generations": Golden Girls Hats & Gloves Tea.

This signature event will take place at the beautiful Fairmont Hotel, 950 Mason Street, San Francisco. Approximately 300 guests will be in attendance.

In true High Tea style, guests will arrive in high fashion and dine on an assortment of Finger Sandwiches, Petit Fours, Scones and Tea. This celebration will recognize several phenomenal women and one "Golden Girl" for their contributions that have enriched all of our lives and distinguished themselves within our communities. Their work exemplifies our organization's vision as a force for gender equity, our mission of advocating leadership development, and our values of living and modeling are critical to the success of women and girls of color. Our goal is to raise $85,000 to fund our chapter's programs in the area of arts and culture, economic empowerment and health.

This years honorees include:

Entrepreneur

April Spears
Auntie April’s Restaurant

Education

Diane Gray
100% College Prep

Advocacy

Carletta Jackson-Lane
Sojourner Truth Foster
Family Services

Health

Pamela Ratliff
Stanford Cancer Institute

Community Service

Carla Thomas
Post Newspaper Group

 Golden Girl

Pat Coleman
Coleman Medical Center

 Art

Henrietta Davis
Opera Diva

Trailblazer

Sargent Yulanda D. A. Williams,
San Francisco
Police Department

 

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., San Francisco Chapter's (NCBW- SF) vision is to address the under-served and immense needs and issues of African American women and girls located within the City of San Francisco and Counties of San Mateo and Marin. The community issues surrounding health, education, employment, violence, economic development and public policy, set a definitive agenda and affirm the purpose, priorities and sense of urgency for full engagement of the ideals of the founding members representing corporate, civic and government leaders.

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations with approximately 7,000 members in over 60 chapters in 24 States, and the District of Columbia. NCBW is a progressive group of women of African descent who advocate on behalf of women and girls of color through national and local actions and strategic alliances. NCBW promotes its national and international agendas on leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education and economic development. NCBW demonstrates respect for, recognizes accomplishments of, and shares in the success of women of color.

It would be an honor to have your support as we continue to expand our mission and vision in advocating for and aiding under-served women and girls in our surrounding communities. Your support of this event will help us continue to reach that goal. For more information and to reserve your tickets, please follow this link.

Kindest Regards,
Maxine V. Hickman
Maxine V. Hickman, President 

 

 

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