Nancy's 6th Annual Family Fun-Raiser BBQ - August 18

It’s that time of year again! On August 18, 2016, I will be hosting my 6th Annual Summer Family Fun-Raiser BBQ at the Ivy Glen Park Picnic Area of the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, CA.

Last year, the BBQ was a tremendous success! We sold out our tickets and welcomed nearly 650 supporters in attendance. This year, we are hoping to beat that number and are hoping you will be there to join us.

There will be:
A bouncy castle, sno-cones and a photo booth.
A raffle with great prizes including children's bikes, gift baskets, an Oakland Athletics package, a 55" 4K UHD TV and an iPad Pro!*
And, best of all: good food and great conversation with friends

*Must be present to win.

I wish to thank you for your continued support and I look forward to seeing you there!

Meet Nancy's Heroes:

Susan Muranishi is the Administrator of Alameda County and works tirelessly to further the county and her local communities. She sits on the board of numerous organizations and is a champion for the advancement of youth, particularly women and girls. Examples of some of the forward-thinking programs she has created: New Beginnings for youth who have aged out of the foster care system, the Citizen Academy, and the Youth scholarship at the Women's Hall of Fame.

Regina Evans is an entrepreneur and social activist who founded Regina's Door, a vintage boutique in Oakland. She partners with a local nonprofit organization to provide work experience and guidance to for victims of trafficking, as well as opening up Regina's Door to host creative and healing projects.

Moina Shaiq is a community activist who has ben involved in interfaith work for more than a 16 years. She hosts a forum series called ‘Meet a Muslim’, designed to enable the community to ask questions about Islam and life, and to demonstrate that we all have many more commonalities than differences.

East Bay Innovations is an innovative nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting people with disabilities live and work independently within their community. The organization, based in San Leandro, has helped thousands of clients since they opened their doors in 1994.