For over five decades, Cecil Williams and Janice Mirikitani have spoken out, worked and struggled against hate, exploitation, violence and dehumanization. Together, they have and will continue to lead us to walk that walk, talk that talk, move that move, be that be, touch that touch, see that see, hear that hear, struggle that struggle, fight that fight and love that love.
We honor the young African American minister from San Angelo, Texas and the Japanese-American grad student from Stockton, California who walked through GLIDE’s doors in the 1960s with an energetic and passionate commitment to love and serve the people - the poorest and most vulnerable among us. For over 50 years, this dynamic union has inspired the walk of a lifetime to engage people to be fully human. Rev. Cecil Williams and Janice Mirikitani have spirited a movement and championed humanity, equality and justice for all. Janice and Cecil have taught us to believe in ourselves, tie our beliefs to our highest ideals, and imagine that together, as the beloved community, we go beyond the possible and do extraordinary things. Walk That Walk inspires the change within ourselves that we want to see in this world.
We proudly invite you to join us at WALK THAT WALK, the GLIDE Annual Holiday Jam on November 30, 2016 at the Masonic. Featuring an all-star lineup of performances by musician/filmmaker/humanitarian Michael Franti–long known for his globally conscious lyrics, powerful performances, and dynamic live shows; drummer/percussionist Sheila E., R&B artist Goapele, jazz and cabaret singer Paula West, The Doobie Brothers’ founder/lead singer Tom Johnston and bassist John Cowan joined by vocalist Lara Johnston, Urban Jazz Dance Company’s Antoine Hunter, a special performance from The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus, the world-renowned GLIDE Ensemble and The Change Band, along with Mistress of Ceremonies Renel Brooks-Moon. Pre-concert and intermission reception with hors d’oeuvres and libations from some of the Bay Area’s finest restaurants and beverage companies will be provided.
Honorary Co-Chairs include Pam and Larry Baer, Richard C. Blum and Senator Dianne Feinstein, Honorable Willie L. Brown, Jr., Amy J. Errett and Clare E. Albanese, and Felicia and Ben Horowitz
Honorary Host Committee
Public Defender Jeffrey and Mrs. Mutsuko Adachi, Steven Addis and Joanne Hom, Isabel Allende, Brenda Wong Aoki and Mark Izu, Supervisor John Avalos, Caroline Barlerin, Susan Barnes and Guy Tribble, Richard and Kim Lam Beleson, Ronald and Ellie Berman, Fred Blackwell, Bernard Boudreaux, Supervisor London Breed, Renel Brooks Moon and Tommie Moon, Crickette Brown Glad, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. and First Lady Anne Gust Brown, Miguel Bustos and Alex Rivera, Ann Moller Caen, Supervisor David Campos, Assemblymember David Chiu, John Philip Coghlan and Tina Vindum, Supervisor Malia Cohen, Kathleen Cole-Smyk, Paula and Chuck Collins, Chip Conley, Meno Crompton, Belva Davis and William Moore, Jill Cowan Davis and Stephen Davis, Lloyd Dean, Suzanne DiBianca, Supervisor Mark Farrell, Paul and Jody Fleming, Jim and Meg Foley, Erby and Helena Foster, Kaye Foster, The Friend Family, District Attorney George Gascon and Fabiola Kramsky, Kiki Goshay, Nicole Harris and McGill Hort, Fire Chief Joanne Hayes White, Ambassador James Hormel and Michael P. Nguyen, Dixie Horning, Mary Huss, Sean and Jennifer Jeffries, David and Raquel Johnson, Tom and Diane Johnston, Judi and Buz Kanter, Phyllis Kaplan and Michael Ballingall, Jeannine Kay and Michael Rugen, City Administrator Naomi L. Kelly and Harlan Kelly, Supervisor Jane Kim, Alonzo King, John Konstin, Maja Kristin, Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Mayor Ed Lee and Anita Lee, Odette Lockwood-Stewart, Coltrane and Christopher Lord, Susan Lowenberg and Joyce Newstat, Supervisor Eric Mar, Shireen McSpadden, Nancy Milliken, Larry and Kathy Nibbi, Bill Nothman, Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, House Democratic Leader and Mr. Paul Pelosi, Supervisor Aaron Peskin, Carrie Schwab Pomerantz, Rebecca Prozan, Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock, Wade and Madalene Rose, The Honorable George Shultz and Charlotte M. Shultz, Pete and Kathy Sittnick, Congresswoman Jackie Speier, Elliott Steinberg, Jim and Liz Steyer, Donald Tamaki and Suzanne Ah-Tye, Supervisor Katy Tang, Tad and Dianne Taube, Kimberly Thomas Rapp, Jerry and Karin Vallery, Amelia Ashley Ward, Michael and Gina Warren, Richard T. Weschler, Supervisor Scott Wiener, Rodney Williams, Susan Williams, Diane B. Wilsey, Brenda Wright, Supervisor Norman Yee, Phillip Zackler, Faham Zakariaei
The Lord Family
Maja Kristin • Arthur Rock and Toni Rembe Rock
Richard C. Blum • Felicia and Ben Horowitz
Banneker Parners • Chip Conley Foundation • Amy J. Errett and Clare E. Albanese • eBay for Charity • Wells Fargo
Alexander M. and June L. Maisin Foundation • Dignity Health • Paul and Jody Fleming • The Friend Family • Global Gourmet Catering and Events • Ambassador James C. Hormel and Michael P. Nguyen • Live Nation • Macy's • Ali and Mark Pincus • Craig D. Ramsey and Family • UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health • UPS
Pam and Larry Baer, San Francisco Giants • Charles Schwab & Co. • Kaye Foster, Jasmine and Jordan Cheek, Elizabeth Foster • Elizabeth C. Funk, Bennett and Caroline Funk • Koret Foundation • Susan Lowenberg and Joyce Newstat
Bob A. Ross Foundation • Susan K. Barnes and Guy L. Tribble • Ronald and Ellie Berman, Gary and Yvonne Goddard • Board of Trustees of the GLIDE Foundation • Goldman, Sachs & Co. • Google • Gurmehar Foundation • Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund • Raquel and Dave Johnson • Jeannine Kay and Michael Rugen • Karen Keefer and Stu Nishenko • Janice Mirikitani and Rev. Cecil Williams • Bill Nothman • Recology • Target • Lindsey Taylor • Mary Frances Vallejos
Armanino LLP • Bay Area Divas • CSAA Insurance Group, a AAA Insurer • Kiki Goshay • John's Grill • Kaye Moser Hierbaum LLP • Kaiser Permanente • Mark Duval's Living Active Fitness • Minami Tamaki LLP • Paragon Real Estate Group of San Francisco Inc. • Tim and Annette Ryan • Mark and Pamela Smithers • Sutter Health CPMC • The Swinerton Foundation • Taube Philanthropies • Trabert Goldsmiths • Weigh of Life • Diane B. Wilsey • Dr. Layne and Susan Yonehiro • Anonymous
Steven Addis and Joanne Hom • Kathleen Cole-Smyk and James Smyk • Elizabeth Colton • Brian Ferrall and Laurie Poston • Mary Glide and Chris Munoz • Nibbi Brothers Associate, Inc. • Audrey and Robert Sockolov • Liz and Jim Steyer
Maracea A. Barkley • The Honorable Willie L. Brown, Jr. • Cole Hardware • G2 Insurance Services • The Handlery Union Square Hotel • Phyllis Kaplan and Michael Ballingall • Bob and Lori Pryt • Scott Miller Executive Search
We proudly invite you to be a sponsoring partner of WALK THAT WALK, the GLIDE Annual Holiday Jam. All proceeds from WALK THAT WALK will benefit GLIDE programs. Sponsors of this year’s event will receive the many benefits outlined in the sponsorship package including invitation, program, and event collateral acknowledgment highlighting your key partnership with GLIDE. Our table arrangements will provide intimate seating for our sponsors and their guests to enjoy an evening of family style dining and entertainment. To ensure you and your guests have the ultimate WALK THAT WALK experience, we encourage you to confirm your participation as soon as possible. Table seating is limited on the orchestra floor.
CELEBRATION | $500,000
Six premier Orchestra tables of eight (48 guests total) plus twenty scholarship seats for individuals, youth and families from GLIDE’s programs to attend the event and promotional benefits.
EQUALITY | $250,000
Four premier Orchestra tables of eight (32 guests total) plus ten scholarship seats for individuals, youth and families from GLIDE’s programs to attend the event and promotional benefits.
FREEDOM | $100,000
Two premier Orchestra tables of eight (16 guests total) plus ten scholarship seats for individuals, youth and families from GLIDE’s programs to attend the event and promotional benefits.
ACCEPTANCE | $50,000
One premium Orchestra table of eight plus eight VIP Balcony Seats (16 guests total) plus ten scholarship seats for individuals, youth and families from GLIDE’s programs to attend the event and promotional benefits
DIGNITY | $25,000
One Preferred Orchestra table of eight seats plus six VIP Balcony Seats (14 guests total) and promotional benefits
JUSTICE | $15,000
One Orchestra table of eight seats plus four VIP Balcony Seats (12 guests total) and promotional benefits
FUTURE | $10,000
One Orchestra table of six seats plus four VIP Balcony Seats (10 guests total) and promotional benefits
COMPASSION | $5,000
One Orchestra table of four seats OR eight VIP Balcony Seats and promotional benefits
RESPECT | $2,500
Two Orchestra table seats and promotional benefits
PATRON VIP TICKET | $500
One VIP Balcony seat and promotional benefits
Payment options include cash, check or credit card. To confirm your sponsorship or if you have any questions, please contact Eden Chan (Coordinator, Special Events, Civic and Social Innovation) at 415.674.6060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The proceeds of your sponsorship or ticket purchase will go to Mo’s Kitchen and GLIDE programs. Acknowledgement letters from GLIDE will be sent to you after the event. Any contribution towards the purchase of your orchestra level seat(s) over $75.00 per person and balcony level ticket(s) over $40.00 per person is tax deductible. Our tax ID is #94-1156481.