Hang out with Pacifica Resource Center & Recology of the Coast and help your fellow Pacifican at our Palm-a-Palooza fundraiser on Saturday, September 14 at 6pm at The Moose Lodge.
Over 200 guests will gather for tunes, a live auction, and sustenance from the Earth provided by local food trucks and real hip cooks at Palm-a-Palooza on Saturday, September 14 at The Moose Lodge (776 Bradford Way). And, if you haven’t guessed by now, this year’s Palm-a-Palooza theme is SUMMER OF LOVE, presented by PRC and Recology of the Coast. Guests are encouraged to come in their grooviest threads. As always, all proceeds from Palm-a-Palooza benefit the local families PRC serves with groceries, housing support, and other critical services.
Recology of the Coast General Manager Chris Porter with members of Pacifica Resource Center’s Staff and Board at The Royal Bee Yarn Co. 2019.
As Palm-a-Palooza’s coolest presenting sponsor, Recology of the Coast’s core philosophy is to immerse their corporate culture in the cities they service. “I cannot think of a better way for us to do this than by partnering with PRC,” said General Manager of Recology of the Coast, Chris Porter, who has lived and worked in our community for over 40 years. “My personal mantra is, at the end of my days, I hope at least one person will say that I’ve touched their life in a positive manner... think how many people can say PRC has touched their life in a positive way!”
PRC Executive Director Anita Rees, Recology General Manager Chris Porter with Willy the Horse, PRC Board President Chris Hunter, and PRC Board Member/Royal Bee Yarn Co. Owner Kelley Corten at The Royal Bee Yarn Co. 2019.
PRC Board President Chris Hunter tells it like it is, “This year will be a celebration of the 60’s and while we’re not going to the moon, we just might have a good reason to remember the Summer of Love.” Tickets are $75.00 or purchase a table of 10 for $700.00. Event is 21+ only and a ticket includes a drink, dinner, dessert, and live music by Music City Legends. Information and tickets available at pacresourcecenter.org/palmapalooza.
For more information about Palm-a-Palooza, including sponsorship and volunteer opportunities, please call Robby Bancroft at (650)703-5035 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pacifica Resource Center provides economic security services in Pacifica for Pacifica families. Since 1974, PRC has worked with local businesses, organizations, and individuals throughout Pacifica to provide support to our neighbors in need. PRC is the only core agency in San Mateo County that provides these services to Pacificans struggling to make ends meet. Last year, PRC served 1 in 10 Pacifica families annually, helping them feed their families, avoid homelessness, and become more economically stable. Visit pacresourcecenter.org for more info.