Update: We raised over $4000 for Doctors Without Borders. Read about it here!
During this season of giving SILA and Club Dine In! will hold a two day benefit concert titled “San Francisco Pancake Festival” on November 19th and 20th at Coda San Francisco. Proceeds will benefit Doctors Without Borders, Pakistan. Buffet-style pancakes included in the ticket price for 11/20. All pancakes will be made using local and/or sustainable ingredients!
RSVP HERE: http://pancakefest.eventbrite.com/
Award-winning artist, SILA, will headline the event with guest appearances from Locura (trio), Dj Santero, Dj Zeph, Dj Amar and other top Bay Area artists, Dj’s and Dancers. The event will also feature Roger Feely, of Soul Cocina, making delicious pancakes and other libations.
What: San Francisco First Annual Pancake Festival
When: Friday, November 19th (7pm-2am), Saturday, November 20th (11am – 4pm)
Who: Club Dine In!, SILA, Locura (Trio), DJ Santero, DJ Zeph, Dj Amar, and many more
Coda: 1710 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
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Since 1998, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has worked in Pakistan to provide medical care for Pakistani nationals and refugees who are suffering from the effects of natural disasters and armed conflict. Pakistan’s infant and maternal mortality rates are among the highest in the region. There is poor access to good-quality and affordable health services, particularly in remote rural areas, where access to safe drinking water remains scarce and sanitary conditions are poor. Women and children are the most vulnerable members of society and tend to be worst affected by the shortage of health care.
Pakistan’s current flood zone is an area the size of England. The waters stretch the distance from St. Louis to New Orleans, and the disaster currently affects 20.4 million people: more than the combined number of people affected by the 2004 tsunami, Hurricane Katrina, the 2005 Pakistan earthquake, and the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
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