March 18: Napa Valley Wine Train Pride Ride 2, Napa, CA. Tickets on sale now.
March 25: Miss Paula West in Concert, Marines' Memorial Theater, Tickets on sale soon.
June 18: Broadway Bares SF 2, DNA Lounge, San Francisco. Tickets on sale soon.
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REAF’s founders, the late Barbara Richmond and Peggy Ermet, envisioned a world without AIDS when they created this agency. REAF’s focus has always been, and continues to be, to support AIDS services until there is a cure. With recent advancements in HIV treatments and promising research for a cure however, REAF has expanded our focus areas of what we support and capitalize on our 22 year history of successful fundraising through quality entertainment events. REAF now also supports programs that provide food for the needy and programs that support homeless and disenfranchised youth in addition to continued funding for HIV programs in the SF Bay Area.
Beneficiaries for our 2017 events to date include Meals On Wheels of San Francisco, Maitri Compassionate Care (summer gala), Larkin Street Youth Services, Project Open Hand (holiday gala) and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (One Night Only Benefit Cabaret series).
All REAF events feature live and/or silent auctions to help offset the costs of productions and increase revenue to our beneficiary partners. Donors to our auctions receive recognition on our event website as well as onsite in the auction and in the auction handout at the gala. Live auction donations are also promoted from the stage during the auction as well as special promotions through social media. To make a donation to one of our live or silent auction packages, email us at email@example.com or click the link below to download a donation form.
The Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation
Providing aid for HIV services, hunger programs and support for homeless and disenfranchised youth
FEEDING THE NEEDY