The Chinatown Community's Children Center cordially invites you to join us in celebration of

"Building Families, Building Communities" click here for REPLY Card

Spring Gala - An Evening of Great Food, Entertainment, and Company

At Far East Café Restaurant in San Francisco’s Chinatown
631 Grant Street, San Francisco Chinatown
Friday, March 28, 2003, 6:30PM
Tickets: $100 regular rate $50 non-profit community rate, please call (415) 986-2528 or Reply or Purchase On-line


Spring Gala:

CCCC is hosting its 5th Annual Spring Gala Fundraiser at the Far East Café Restaurant in San Francisco’s Chinatown on Friday, March 28, 2003 at 6:30 PM. This year's fundraising theme is "Building Families, Building Communities." The gala's festivities will feature a scrumptious ten course Cantonese dinner, a raffle drawing, a silent auction, SFPD's Lion Dance Troupe and a delightful entertainment program performed by the CCCC's children.

Special Guests:

Honorary Gala Co-Chairs:
FRED H. LAU, Federal Security Director at Oakland International Airport and retired San Francisco Police Chief
WALTER WONG, Jaidin Consulting Group

Role Model Award: LILLIAN SING, San Francisco Superior Court Judge
Community Service Award: MICHAEL M. HONDA, Congressman - U.S. House of Representatives representing the Silicon Valley
Emcee: REVEREND NORMAN FONG, Director San Francisco's Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC)
Over 300 corporate and community sponsors, business executives, community leaders, special guests and alumni are expected to attend.

Important Information:

The Spring Gala is the CCCC's largest annual fundraiser. 100% of the proceeds go directly back to the Center, funding much-needed child care and social services. Please check with your company regarding its gift matching program.

CCCC's Mission:

CCCC was founded in 1972, and is one of San Francisco's oldest existing non-profit Chinese Bilingual/Bicultural child care centers. CCCC is dedicated to providing quality child care and an array of other social services to meet the needs of new immigrant families. Our mission is to enable the emotional, social, and economic well-being and independence of our families.

For additional Information please contact: Alyson Lee, Executive Director at (415) 986-2528