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San Francisco Virtual Pride Brunch

By Charlotte Robinson, June 22, 2020
San Francisco’s legendary Pride Brunch is going virtual this year on Saturday June 27th. Hosts Gary Virginia & Donna Sachet will bring their fabulous Pride Brunch to your home as they get saucy & battle it off in the kitchen competing for the title of Pride Brunch Top Chef. This online event will celebrate 50 years of San Francisco Pride with the Grand Marshals of the Pride Parade & all proceeds will support PRC’s integrated legal, social & health services for those affected by HIV/AIDS, mental health issues & substance use. Pride Brunch continues to be the event of the season honoring the rich history of LGBTQ culture & liberation. So sit back & relax with a delicious brunch delivered right to your door courtesy of Uber Eats. Guests will be tuning in to hear personal remarks from the Grand Marshals & honorees, bid on exciting auction packages, watch anniversary tributes to The Pink Triangle, CHEER San Francisco & SF Pride as you enjoy the hosts' comic relief with surprise cameos. PRC (formerly Positive Resource Center) has been transforming the Bay Area for decades helping those affected by HIV/AIDS, substance use or mental health issues realize their best selves by providing the support & services they need to reclaim their lives. The Pride Brunch event is sponsored for the 10th consecutive year by Wells Fargo. The event is also made possible with significant support from Uber Eats, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Korbel California Champagne, San Francisco Bay Times & Flower to the People. Tickets run from Tune-In Only tickets for $50 to Premier Sponsor at $10,000 which includes ten tickets to the virtual event, brunch provided by Uber Eats, ten VIP gift bags delivered to your attendee’s homes & more.
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