Reason to Party Sacramento Hosts Spring 2012 Gala for Charity
By Michelle Low
I am a firm believer that every day presents a reason to party. But if you need a reason to dress to the nines, enjoy complimentary cocktails, taste some great wines, and dance the night away, then I’ve got the event for you. And the best reason of all? Charity.
Reason to Party is one of California’s hottest young charities, which has garnered the attention of Forbes Magazine, NBC, and even former SF Mayor and current Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom, who declared a “Reason to Party Day” in San Francisco.
RTP started in San Francisco but quickly expanded to Sacramento with the goal of building on Sacramento’s social community, fostering networking and leadership development opportunities for the young (and young at heart) professionals in the area, and increasing awareness among Sacramento residents of the hardships of underprivileged groups and providing ways for them to get involved.
RTP does this by hosting amazing events, like the upcoming Spring 2012 Gala: Reason to Party: Elements.
- Friday, April 27 at 9 pm
- Old Sugar Mill, 35265 Willow Avenue, Clarksburg, CA 95612
- Rockstar Limo Lounge will provide limo service from midtown to the event will run continuously through the evening.
- Cocktail attire recommended, black tie optional
- Buy your tickets here. GOTG readers get a discount by entering the Promo Code “GOTG” for $6 off your ticket price.
Their last event raised more than $3,000 for Cottage Housing, Inc., a local nonprofit that provides emergency housing for families in need. This time around, the event will benefit Sacramento Splash, an educational nonprofit that helps local children experience nature and take an active role in protecting their environment.
The night will feature entertainment from all elements: Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water, including aerial acrobatics, exotic fire dancers, lighting and art exhibits, and a live performance by Coachella performer Natasha Kmeto.
Hope to see you there!
During the 9-5 hours you’ll find Michelle Low in and around the Capitol advocating for education reform. Outside work, you can usually find her practicing yoga, running around McKinley Park, or walking her dog, Atticus Finch, throughout East Sacramento. Michelle also loves to experiment with cupcake recipes and DIY projects around the house. Although often lost in a book, Michelle especially enjoys staying up to date on what’s happening in Sacramento’s many eateries and drinking holes.