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Alonzo King LINES Ballet Benefit for WHP on April 10, 2015

April 2015 – WHP will be teaming up with the LINES Ballet once again on Friday, April 10, 2015 l to raise awareness and support WHP’s work at the front line of supporting powerful women living with HIV in the community. For tickets or questions about the event, please call (415)353-2521.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 2015
Cocktail Reception at 6pm
Performance at 8pm
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YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS
LAM RESEARCH THEATER
700 HOWARD STREET AT THIRD STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103
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$125 / TICKET (includes VIP seating and cocktail reception)
To purchase tickets, please call (415) 353-2521
(This event will sell out so please purchase tickets early)
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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Gold Sponsor – $10,000 (eight VIP tickets)
Silver Benefactor – $5,000 (six VIP tickets)
Bronze Patron – $2,500 (four VIP tickets)
Friend – $1,000 (two VIP tickets)
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Can’t join us but would like to donate? Please visit our donation page here.
For questions about tickets or sponsorships, call (415)353-2521

 


Some of our Past Events:

 

Alonzo King LINES Ballet Benefit for Women’s HIV Program

April 2013 – The LINES Ballet teamed up with the Women’s HIV Program (WHP) again in 2013 to raise critical awareness about the skyrocketing HIV epidemic among women of color and to support WHP’s work at the front line of the epidemic. The event featured a pre-performance reception and an after-performance Q&A with Alonzo King, Founder & Artistic Director, Alonzo King LINES Ballet as well as Dr. Edward Machtinger, Director of WHP.


“Dancing with the Clown of Love”

March 2010 – “Dancing with the Clown of Love” is an exploration of life and love in the age of AIDS. collaboration between Rhodessa Jones and the Women’s HIV Program created an innovative performance collaboration that ran March 4 – 14, 2010. For the past 5 years, Ms. Jones has worked with women from WHP and the Family Service Network to explore their experiences with love and life and to express their personal stories through spoken word, performance, dance and music.