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Mission High School

Taste of the Mission (1)

A culinary celebration of San Francisco's most vibrant neighborhood. In support of the Mission High Foundation.

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Taste of the Mission (1)

Time & Location

Aug 29, 2019, 5:00 PM

Mission High School, 3750 18th St, San Francisco, CA 94114, USA

About The Event

Join us for a cocktail social hour from 5pm-6pm at the Dolores Park Café at the corner of 18th Street and Dolores. Followed by the main celebration at Mission High School across the street from the Café and Dolores Park. You will enjoy farm-to-table vegetables grown from Mission High’s organic farm and prepared by the students of Mission High School’s Urban Agriculture Program and delight to dishes created by some of the Missions most iconic and notable restaurants including Delfina, Bi-Rite, Tacolicious, Namu Gaji, Tartine Bakery, and Dolores Park Café.

Experience the wide ranging flavors of our neighborhood all in one evening.

This is truly a Taste of the Mission.

Tickets

Price

Quantity

Total

  • Taste of The Mission for One

    $100

    $100

    0

    $0

  • Sponsor a Table of 10

    $1,500

    Sponsor a table for 10 people.

    $1,500

    0

    $0

  • Dean's List Donation

    $250

    Pays for five Newcomer survival backpacks for our immigrant and homeless families – supplies and resources needed for a family to leave their home under immediate and urgent conditions. Your contribution if fully tax-deductible.

    $250

    0

    $0

  • Valedictorian Donation

    $1,000

    Your donation supports for a Spark Grant for a teacher to innovate in their classroom. Your contribution is fully tax deductible.

    $1,000

    0

    $0

  • Magna Cum Laude Donation

    $5,000

    Pays for two teachers to run a Summerbridge Program for 30 rising 9th grade at-risk students to prepare for high school at Mission. Your contribution is fully tax deductible.

    $5,000

    0

    $0

  • Summa Cum Laude Donation

    $10,000

    Pays for 40 low-income first generation college students to go on a Southern California College tour with Principal Eric Guthertz. Your contribution is fully tax deductible.

    $10,000

    0

    $0

Total

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