A look at data from 6,500 people ages 20 to 35 shows that large numbers contribute and help raise money for good causes, but most make small gifts. Has your organization seen success reaching young adults?
I attended a wedding here, and it made me realize I've been overlooking a San Francisco secret all these years.
Want a good view of the bay with easy parking? Look to Fort Mason. We used the General's residence and it was tops in terms of... well... almost everything. The perfect event space for a party of 100 or more. Also, just a cool, quiet place to stroll. Enjoy, but try not to let the secret out!
The Fort Mason Center is a good place for a convention or conference. Many top events use it as a cool venue. It's right on the water and in a good neighborhood. Parking can be a bit tricky because the on-site lot tends to fill quickly for major events.
Nice space that is used all the time for festivals (we did a wine one one time). A pain to get to via public transit, but a excellent location to go that is right on the water. While its basically a old warehouse, still a nice place. Some food trucks like to circle up in front.
Nice multi-use area between the Marina District and Russian Hill. Set in a former Army base, it features a nice large lawn (the yuppie/frat-tastic version of the Mission District's Dolores Park on sunny days), a wonderful confluence of food trucks on Friday nights in the summer (look up "Off the Grid SF" for details), beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge, and a fun mix of local nonprofits (such as a great improv theatre).
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