Help For Children Launches PE|VC Cares San Francisco
Help For Children (HFC) today announced the launch of PE|VC Cares San Francisco, adding to HFC’s efforts to broaden its reach to the greater alternative investment community with the recent launch of Help For Children’s PE Cares New York. Spearheading the private equity and venture capital communities’ effort to prevent and treat child abuse in the Bay Area are Eugene Tetlow (EisnerAmper), David Suozzi (Shartsis Friese), lead sponsors Citco Fund Services and Shartsis Friese, and 16 additional sponsoring alternative investment industry firms.
“David and I are honored to serve as co-chairs of PE|VC Cares San Francisco and are eager to bring Help For Children’s important mission and comprehensive solution for philanthropy to the broader alternative investment community,” said Mr. Tetlow. “There is no doubt that with the support of the private equity and venture capital communities, we can help HFC protect and heal more Bay Area children in need.”
The inaugural Help For Children PE|VC Cares San Francisco benefit will take place on Thursday, June 28 at the Ferry Building and will begin at 5:00pm. In addition to an array of distinctive wines from local producers, the evening will also feature a live competitive paint battle brought to you by Art Battle International. While guests enjoy their wine and a buffet dinner, they will enjoy watching some of San Francisco’s most talented artists compete to have the best painting in the room, which will be auctioned off at the end of the night.
HFC is grateful to the response and support from its event sponsors which in addition to Citco Fund Services and Shartsis Friese LLP include Art Sponsors: BDO, EisnerAmper and Strata, and Founding Sponsors: ACA Compliance Group, ALPS Inc., Deloitte , Ernst & Young, Gen ll Fund Services, LLC, Greyline, HC Global Fund Services, KPMG, Signature Bank, Silicon Valley Bank, SS&C Advent, Standish Management LLC and TMF Group.
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