Raphael House, the San Francisco organization focused on supporting homeless families, celebrated its annual gala this Saturday, April 17. It took place at the legendary Bimbo’s 365 Club in San Francisco’s North Beach area and featured a “Speakeasy” theme. Raphael House board member Jessica Moment joined Alyson Jackson and Betty Kay Coakley as Chairs of the “One Home, Many Hearts” gala.
Gambling tables, swanky music, and prohibition era libations swarmed the room as several guests embraced the theme by adorning 1920’s threads. The event greeted attendees with a cocktail and champagne reception as well as a silent auction followed by a mouth-watering dinner and live auction including “celebrity chef” dinners and desserts.
Celebrated jazz singer and former Raphael House resident, Amanda King joined The Richard Olsen Orchestra to thrill the audience with swing tunes and classic 1920’s sounds. The event was a success as those in attendance enjoyed a spectacular night for a charitable cause.
Check the Haute Living events page for more scenes for this evening.