If you’re reading this, you already know this, but San Francisco is truly one of the greatest places in the world to live. Our city is blessed with an embarrassment of riches (both literally and figuratively) and is truly unlike any other place in the world. We’re proud to call ourselves San Franciscans.
Unfortunately, our fine city is stricken with a number of problems, perhaps the most visible and longest-lasting of which is chronic homelessness. It’s one of the first things any visitor to San Francisco notices — the size of our homeless population is staggering.
On Thursday, Nov. 6, Public Works is proud to host the debut of Homecoming SF, a fundraiser, dance party, and awareness campaign dedicated to doing their small part to end homelessness in San Francisco. 100% of Homecoming SF’s ticket sales will be donated to local nonprofits Project Homeless Connect and Handup, two remarkably impactful organizations directly supporting homeless individuals in San Francisco with resources like groceries, health services, employment assistance, and more.
The music for the night comes courtesy of MPHD, a local DJ with electro and techno chops; High Society, a San Francisco duo creating high-energy remixes of rock and pop tunes; and Mark Duncan.
ONEPOINTSIX Photography will present a full spread of San Francisco street photography, including portraits of San Francisco’s homeless community.
That’s not all — there’s also a raffle with prizes offered courtesy of wonderful vendors like CORE40, Aesop, Rag & Bone, Anchor Brewing, and many more. Admission to Homecoming includes one raffle ticket — additional tickets will be available for just $2.
Some wonderful art, a lovely dance party, and a chance to win some great prizes — all for a good cause. Not bad for a Thursday night, right?
Get Tickets HERE