Photos: Spinsters of San Francisco's Fourth Annual Fleet or Flight Raises Over $7,000
The Spinsters of San Francisco launched their 84th year by honoring one of the city's favorite fall traditions, Fleet Week, with their annual nautical/ aeronautical-themed event, benefitting their new charity partner for the year, Edgewood Center for Children and Families.
More than 250 attendees—including active duty and former military personnel—gathered at SoMa's Qi Ultra Lounge and enjoyed a variety of specialty beverages, including cocktails made with San Francisco's own No. 209 gin, plus icy cold Stella Artois and the refreshing new Stella Cidre. Guests shook their booties to hot beats by DJ Chucky Brown while showing off their festive seaworthy togs and sleek flight suits.
The Bay Area's young professionals are encouraged to explore the Spinsters of San Francisco and join in making our community a better place to live!
About Spinsters of San Francisco
Since 1929, Spinsters of San Francisco has been one of the most prominent women's social and philanthropic organizations in the Bay Area. Spinsters of San Francisco is comprised of 190 professional and college-educated women between the ages of 21 and 35 who are dedicated to providing an positive impact on the local community. Spinsters of San Francisco's strong commitment to improving the community is achieved by promoting voluntarism, encouraging leadership, and collaborating with other community philanthropic organizations.
About Edgewood Center for Children and Families
Edgewood helps children and families take back their future by working with them to overcome severe challenges like abuse, neglect, mental illness and crisis. The oldest children's charity in the western U.S., Edgewood has evolved to meet the community’s changing needs. What began as a refuge for Gold Rush orphans is now a nationally recognized, multifaceted agency. Edgewood serves more than 7,000 children and families in the Bay Area each year through behavioral health, family support, and educational services.
Photos: Drew Altizer Photography