Posted by Lisa on October 15, 2012
The Yes on 37 campaign is holding its final fundraising event in Berkeley this Thursday, October 18th from 5:30 - 7:30 sponsored by Nutiva, Frey Vineyards, Lundberg Family Farms along with Food Democracy Action! - our allied c4 organization. The evening will be an opportunity to support our Right to Know, hear about the latest initiative from experts, including our own Dave Murphy, Andrew Kimbrell, executive director of Center for Food Safety, Ignacio Chapela, professor at UC Berkeley, and Bob Meadow, Yes on 37 consultant.
The host committee is comprised of leaders and luminaries in the good food movement, such as John Roulac, Alice Waters, and Ken Cook, along with Christine Pelosi, Ali Partovi and Alisa Gravitz.
Wine from Frey Vineyard and food by Back to Earth will be available. A silent auction with items from Nativa, Nature's Path and others will be held. Tickets for general support and VIP packages are available at Brown Paper Tickets. To get your ticket, go to: http://yeson37.brownpapertickets.com
You won't want to miss this exciting evening with the Heroes of Yes on 37. Please share this opportunity with your friends. We need you to make GMO labeling a reality on election day!
When: Thursday, Oct. 18th from 5:30 - 7:30
What: Fundraising event with the Heroes on Yes on 37
Where: David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA
General tickets: $37
VIP tickets: $137
Available at http://yeson37.brownpapertickets.com
The David Brower Center is one of the Bay Area's most advanced green buildings. It serves as an inspiring home for environmental and social action. David Brower is considered by many to be the father of the modern environmental movement.
We will be holding a silent auction with all proceeds going to Yes on 37.
Food Democracy Now! co-chair, Yes on 37 campaign
Center for Food Safety
Professor at UC Berkeley
General Consultant, Yes on 37 Campaign
Chez Panisse Foundation
Environmental Working Group
California Democratic Party Women's Caucus
Please make checks payable to Label Genetically Engineered Foods 2012.
Checks can be accepted from individuals, corporations, or unions.
There is no maximum contribution limit.
For Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact Marjan Philhour (email@example.com, 415-692-3556)
For more information on this event, contact Lisa Stokke (firstname.lastname@example.org, 641-529-2758)