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Dining For Women’s March Dinner For Change In San Francisco « Miss A® | Charity Meets™ Style.

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Samita Dutta is a San Francisco Charity Correspondent for Miss A. Her hometown is near Sacramento, California, and she is a sophomore at UC Berkeley with a passion for service. In high school, she conducted outreach for various causes, and she currently volunteers at the UC Berkeley Student Legal Clinic, where she gives free options to clients who have legal problems. One of her life goals is to continually help the environment. She led her high school’s recycling program for two years and led events to help clean up waste in her community. Also, she always makes sure the lights are off when she exits a room. Samita’s passion for service is coupled by her interest in journalism; in her hometown, she wrote for her local newspapers, and in college she served as the Blog Editor of UC Berkeley’s Hindu Student Council. She hopes to (possibly) be an attorney someday, as she likes to debate for justice. In her free time, she likes to try exotic foods, hang out with friends, listen to music, write in her journal, and travel just about anywhere. Her favorite activity is hanging out with her large family.

Dining For Women’s March Dinner For Change In San Francisco

International Women’s Day may have passed, but there is still ample opportunity to further female rights and empower women! Looking for a way to help out? Come join the Dining for Women San Francisco chapter for their March Dinner for Change event on March 18, 2015, benefiting The Grandmother’s Project.

Photo Credit: http://www.grandmotherproject.org/

Photo Credit: http://www.grandmotherproject.org/

The dinner will consist of a potluck, where attendees can participate in an educational forum and learn more about the Grandmother’s Project through videos, educational documents and presentations, and an open discussion.  (Added bonus: Dining for Women always welcomes new members, and there is no minimum financial requirement or minimum time commitment to come to the dinners.) The dinner serves as an open forum where you can mingle with other members and enjoy yourself!

Photo Credit: http://www.grandmotherproject.org/

Photo Credit: http://www.grandmotherproject.org/

All funds raised at the event will form a grant for the Grandmother’s Project, an organization whose mission is “To improve the health and well-being of women and children in developing countries by building the capacity of development partners to implement culturally grounded, grandmother-inclusive and intergenerational community programs.”

Dining for Women is an organization that envisions “a world where the lives of women and girls have been transformed and extreme poverty has been reduced because Dining for Women connected people in creative, powerful ways that assure gender equality.”  Since its conception, the organization has raised millions of dollars to fund projects worldwide, creating a huge impact on the lives of many young women.

Photo Credit: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/dining-for-women-san-francisco-march-dinner-for-change-registration-15840875485?aff=es2&rank=32

Photo Credit: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/dining-for-women-san-francisco-march-dinner-for-change-registration-15840875485?aff=es2&rank=32

WHEN: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 from 7 – 9 p.m.

San Francisco
Note: Dinners are normally held at members’ homes. In the interest of security of the host’s home, their address will be shared after registration.

Please click here to register.

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