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October 18, 2018

Celebrating 50 Years of Healthcare with a Heart


Open your heart and bring in love and joy as Mission Neighborhood Health Center celebrates 50 Years of Healthcare with a Heart!

We invite you to join us at the MNHC benefit, Healing with Love / Bienestar con Amor that will take place on Thursday, October 18th 2018 from 5:00pm-10:00pm at the Gray Area Grand Theater in San Francisco’s Mission District.

Enjoy an inspiring evening of networking, savory Latin American tapas, libations, performances, and live dancing music that will warm your heart.

Tickets available at Eventbrite

Featuring: Julio Bravo y su Orquesta Salsabor

Julio Bravo y su Orquesta Salsabor has been bringing hard hitting salsa to Bay Area salseros for nearly 20 years. Hailing from Peru, lead singer and band leader Julio Bravo brings together a talented group of musicians to create his own unique blend of energetic danceable salsa that has made them one of the Bay Area’s top salsa bands.

Chavalos

Chavalos

Chavalos promotes the culture, art, music and traditions of Nicaragua. They do this by producing cultural events from poetry nights, cultural nights and concerts. They bring artists from dancers to musicians from Nicaragua to perform for the community in the Bay Area. The funds raised at their events are used to help children in Nicaragua. They take clothes, school supplies, toys and food to kids in poverty. And that is where their name comes from, Kids from here helping Kids from there. Chavalos de Aqui y Alla. And the dance group reflects that as well, Dance for Nicaragua, Chavalos Danzas por Nicaragua.

Mariachi Nueva Generacion

As the premier San Francisco Mariachi band, Mariachi Nueva Generacion consists of studied, professional musicians combining over 35 years of history and music experience to bring the essence of traditional Mariachi direct to your heart.

In 2002 Salvador “Chava” Garcia formed and directed the group along with Higinio Espinoza. As the elder, more experienced members, they brought a storied history and experience from bands in both Mexico and California. They have performed in many states around the US and Mexico. In addition, the group also has several extremely talented younger members bringing classical training and youthful experience to the fold.

Sukay Band

Sukay, an international touring musical group, is known in the United States, more than any other group, for bringing the music of the Andes for the first time to thousands of cities and concert stages throughout North America. The group’s name came from the ancient language and culture of the Quechua of the central Andes, and it means “to open the earth and make it ready for planting”. Sukay was formed by Edmond Badoux from Switzerland and Quentin Howard in Montreal, Quebec in 1975. They traveled to South America for 15 months where they studied Andean music in many small villages in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia. Eddy & Quentin Navia founded the Peña Pachamama in San Francisco, CA, which for the past 20 years has become the gathering place for the great world music and dance.

About MNHC

Mission Neighborhood Health Center (MNHC) delivers primary health care services across the life-cycle including prenatal care, pediatrics, teen services, family planning, women’s health services and adult and senior medicine. MNHC also provides specialized HIV services at its Clinica Esperanza and a program of support and health services to the homeless through our Mission Neighborhood Resource Center.

Mission Neighborhood Health Center was founded as a health center in 1967 to respond to the healthcare needs of low income families in the Mission neighborhood community in San Francisco. From the humble beginnings of delivering care in a trailer in a parking lot at our Shotwell Street site for $1 per visit, we have grown to become an intergral part of the community. Each year, MNHC serves nearly 13,000 patients at its four sites in the Mission and Excelsior neighborhoods in San Francisco.

Partner with MNHC and join us in “Healing with Love /Bienestar con Amor.” Become a sponsor, purchase your ticket, or make a donation today!

For more information regarding event:
mnhc50thanniversary@gmail.com
(888) 755-5383

Date and Time

Thu, October 18, 2018
5:00 PM – 10:00 PM PDT
Gray Area / Grand Theater
2665 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

Tickets available at Eventbrite

Gold Heart Sponsor

Sutter Health CPMC
Sutter Health CPMC

 

Silver Heart Sponsor

Kaiser Permanente
Kaiser Permanente

MB Jessee
MB Jessee

Brown & Brown Insurance
Brown & Brown Insurance

San Francisco Health Plan
San Francisco Health Plan

Gold Heart Supporter

Itelagen
Itelagen

 

Silver Heart Supporter

Asian American Medical Group
Asian American Medical Group

Mission Housing Development Corporation
Mission Housing Development Corporation

LinkedIn
LinkedIn

Google
Google

California Health Care Foundation
California Health Care Foundation

North East Medical Services
North East Medical Services

Bronze Heart Supporter

Call Center Sales Pro
Call Center Sales Pro

Instituto Familiar de la Raza
Instituto Familiar de la Raza

The John E. Raya Insurance Group
The John E. Raya Insurance Group

 

Friends with Heart

Horizons Unlimited, Inc
Horizons Unlimited

Roebuck Construction
Roebuck Construction

Emerald Fund
Emerald Fund

Biologic
Biologic

TPx Communications
TPx Communications

Walgreens Co.
Walgreens Co.

Bridge Housing

Mr. Rooter of San Francisco

Charles Moser, MD

Ezequiel Montejano


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