San Francisco, CA
Verdi Club
2014 Open Palm Awards
Wed, November 19, 2014 6:00PM to 9:00PM (Pacific)
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Please note that online ticket sales are now over.  If you would like to inquire about attending, please call us at 415-282-6209 x0.

Come Celebrate Our 2014 Awardees…

  • Causa Justa:Just Cause - Played a powerful leadership role in ensuring the unanimous passage of Due Process for All Ordinance in San Francisco. Because of these efforts immigrants who are arrested are now protected from being unjustly transferred to Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE).
  • Stephanie Joy Ashley (E.D. of St. James Infirmary) - Has worked for years to ensure access to health and diginified housing for residents, including SRO tenants and people living with HIV/AIDS.
About the Open Palm Awards:
A fundraiser and celebration, the 2014 Open Palm Awards honors not only the accomplishments of Dolores Street Community Services, but those who have made profound contributions to support affordable housing, homeless services, and immigrant communities in San Francisco.

Please join us for an evening like no other…

Dolores Street Community Services presents
The 2014 Open Palm Awards
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
6:00 – 9:00PM
Sit-down Dinner at 7 PM, Awards Program at 7:15 PM
Reception – Food – Drinks – Celebration     
The Verdi Club
2424 Mariposa St.
San Francisco, CA

About Dolores Street Community Services

Our Mission

Dolores Street Community Services nurtures individual wellness and cultivates collective power among low-income and immigrant communities to create a more just society.

Our Vision

We envision a vibrant and diverse San Francisco where multiple cultures, life experiences and contributions are honored, and all people live with dignity and hope. Our vision is of a just and sustainable community where all residents – regardless of income, immigration or health status – have equal rights and access to resources, and are empowered to fully participate in shaping the City’s future.
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Paula Solorio (Law Offices of Fellom & Solorio)
Desiree Almendral
Joshua Arce
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Amy Beinart
Utuma Belfrey
Christopher Benson
Daniel Berrner
Carol Blecker
Dean Bonner
Dorothy Boulland
Marc Boulland
Pati Boyle
Hon. Susan M Breall
Elle Bruno
Glenn Bruno
Atessa Chehrazi
Rai Sue Corace
Bernard Corace
Elizabeth Costello
Dan Costello
Gwenn Craig
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Manal Dia
Anne Dudley
Anne Dudley
Lariza Dugan-Cuadra
Khary Dvorak-Ewell
Jeptha Evans
Nancy Fellom (Law Offices of Fellom & Solorio)
Sara Fewer
Sandra Fewer
John Fewer
Hydeh Ghaffari
Hydeh Ghaffari
Katharine Gin
Cindy Glass
Ramsey Hanafi
Colin Hayle
The Kazan, McClain, Abrams, Fernandez, Lyons, Greenwood, Oberman, Satterley & Bosl Foundation
Hiraa Khan
Mali Kigasari
Elizabeth Kristen
Karl Krooth
Carson Lau
Brandon Lawrence
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David Looman
Esperanza Macias
Anne McMullin
Giuliana Milanese
Matthias Mormino
Sam Moss
Ali Moss
Nancy Neilsen
Paul Okamoto
Tom Oliver
Mary Peelen
Denia Perez
Don Phillips
Lynn Phillips
Monica Regan
Ruby Rich
Alejandra Rincon
Luis Rodriguez
Johnny Rodriguez
Virgil Romua
Hillary Ronen
Michael Rossoff
Dyan Ruiz
Yadira Sanchez
Alvaro Sanchez
Laura Sanchez
Julian Sanchez Mora
Susan Schneider
Joseph Smooke
Kim Smythe
Don Soto
Jody Strehl
Marina Nunez Swinteron Builders
Jeneane Tenbrink
John Tenbrink
Francisco Ugarte
Marc Van Der Hout
Lisa Weissman-Ward
Daniel Wheeler
Phyllis Willett
Phyllis Willett (NUHW)