April 23rd fundraiser brings music, comedy, drinks, and fun to the Verdi Club.
Join 48 Hills founders Tim Redmond and Marke B and the whole crew, celebrity guest hosts, and the cream of the Bay Area arts and activist communities for a gala first anniversary celebration of San Francisco’s biggest nonprofit, completely independent news and culture resource. It’ll be swell!
We’ll have food and drinks (complimentary beer and wine 6-8pm) with music from pianist Marc Capelle, comedy with Tom Ammiano and Dhaya Lakshminarayanan, entertainment and sparkling personalities. More exciting details and guests to be announced shortly.
This is the progressive social event of the season and our biggest fundraiser — we hope to see you there. Help us take 48 Hills to the next level, and keep Bay Area independent media alive.
All tickets and additional donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of current tax laws. If you can’t come, please consider a contribution. It’s only because of you that 48hills exists and thrives. Thanks for all of your support.
48 Hills Gala First Anniversary Celebration
April 23, 6-9pm at the Verdi Club
2424 Mariposa, SF.
Anniversary Gala tickets:
We are expecting a substantial “match pledge” from some of our most generous donors, so every dollar you give counts twice. And every dollar helps us meet our goal of raising enough money to move 48hills to the next level, including a full redesign and expansion of our coverage. Patrons and Benefactors will have their names listed on the event program.
To reserve your ticket at the door, please send check to
SAN FRANCISCO PROGRESSIVE MEDIA CENTER
176 Winfield St., San Francisco CA 94110
Or donate the appropriate ticket amount here: www.48hills.org/donate/
There will be tickets available at the door as well, although purchasing early will guarantee a match donation!
ABOUT 48 HILLS
A little more than a year ago, we started 48hills.org with the idea that San Francisco needed, and could support, an independent alternative online daily newspaper. And in 2015, we are proud to say we have demonstrated that our model works.
48 Hills has become a must-read part of the local media scene. We are regularly breaking big investigative stories. We are covering issues, activism, ideas, events, and communities that nobody else covers, and we’re offering unique analysis of the events shaping San Francisco.
We are doing it every single day, often beating the Chronicle and Examiner, with a staff that’s only a tiny fraction of what the other daily papers have.
Now we’re ready to grow – to bring on some more writers, to offer an expanded and improved website and interface, to expand our arts and culture coverage and build our readership.
And we need your help. 48hills is a nonprofit venture; we depend on direct community support for the vast majority of our income. Please donate what you can to help keep bay Area media alive.