If you already registered for the December Holiday Party, we will carry your reservation over to the February 14 Valentine’s Day event. And if you haven’t RSVP’d yet, please go to the Eventbrite page to sign up. Since it’s set for Valentine’s Day, why not show a colleague, a client or a friend some love, and invite them to share this lovely gala event with you? Space is limited, so sign up today, before the February 8 deadline. Note that if you registered previously for the Holiday Party, but this new date doesn’t work out for you, you can request a refund by emailing PRRT Chair Brenda Kahn at email@example.com.
An Event With Heart: The Not-So-Silent Auction
As always, an auction will be the centerpiece of our gala event (although this time it might not be so silent), with proceeds benefiting the PR Round Table’s Scholarship Program, which last year gave out $10,000 to college students in and around the Bay Area studying public relations and allied fields.
We are still actively seeking donations of items for the auction, including performance tickets, Bay Area experiences, spa getaways and the like. We hope you will contact your clients, colleagues and favorite haunts on our behalf, and ask if they have something to donate. See our auction page for information on how to submit your donation. All donors will be recognized on the sfprrt.org website and in future communications.
About Donna Sachet: Known as the “First Lady of the Castro,” Donna Sachet is a drag actor, singer, community activist, fundraiser, spokesmodel and writer. She headlines the “Sundays Are a Drag” brunch performances at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel off Union Square.