Squeeze Box Benefit

June 21, 2008

The NLGSF is co-sponsoring a Benefit Performance of Squeeze Box in support of the San Francisco International Program

5:00pm
Saturday, June 21st, 2008

The Marsh
1062 Valencia Street, San Francisco
Map & Directions

About Squeeze Box

Produced by Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft, Squeeze Box won the Theater Award (2002) & Ovation Award (2002) for Best Solo Performance (L.A. Weekly) and is now touring North America!

Ann Randolph skillfully weaves together stories about working in a women's homeless shelter and the pursuit of true love. Her painfully funny portraits of the shelter's residents, and hilarious account of her romances, are beautifully drawn in this poignant tale about finding dignity and grace in unusual places.

Purchase Tickets

To purchase tickets or sponsor the event, mail a check payable to
San Francisco International Program. Please include your return mailing address and email, along with the name of the person who refered you. You will receive tickets in the mail in a few days!

ATTN: Squeeze Box Tickets OR Gold/Silver Sponsorship
San Francisco International Program
660 4th Street, #129
San Francisco, CA 94107

Tickets
$35 for advanced purchase tickets

Sponsorship
Platinum Circle ($1,000), sponsor a Core Program fellow in your name, plus two complementary front row seats
Gold Circle ($500), sponsorship includes two complementary front row seats
Silver Circle ($150), sponsorship includes two complementary tickets

In addition to complementary tickets to the show, sponsors will be recognized at the event reception following the performance, on our website, and in the newsletter and Annual Report.

Thank you for your contribution!

A portion of your ticket is tax-deductable and you will receive a donation receipt in the mail. All proceeds will support San Francisco International Program's cultural exchange and professional training programs in 2008:

Bridging Leaders Program will support training for three delegations including Ethiopian women in business, Turkish youth workers, and Italian environmental and human rights lawyers.

Core Program will bring two Caribbean youth leaders to train at the Red Cross Bay Area Chapter and one German social worker to train at Edgewood.