Pink Snowflakes II: A Holiday Benefit for The Trevor Project in SF

Co-Hosted by DGALA

WHEN: Friday, Dec. 10, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

WHERE: The University Club, 800 Powell Street, San Francisco

Celebrate the season with fellow LGBT alumni and allies at a cocktail benefit for The Trevor Project, a non-profit that runs the only nationwide suicide hotline for LGBT youth. Please join graduates of the Ivy League, Seven Sisters, Stanford, UC Berkeley, and other schools, as well as their partners and friends as they spread some holiday cheer at San Francisco’s historic University Club on the crest of Nob Hill.

This year’s event is generously sponsored by Passalacqua Winery and Davenport & Company wines. These wines are handcrafted in very limited quanitites by award-winning winemaker Margaret Davenport, who will be there to present and discuss the wines. Passalacqua Winery and Davenport & Company are proud to partner with us to support The Trevor Project, and they look forward to pouring a special selection of their wines for you on December 10th.

Ticket price includes admission, light appetizers, two glasses of Passalacqua wine, and one raffle ticket for a growing list of prizes including items from Passalacqua Winery, Spruce, The Woods Resort at Russian River, Gilt Group, Bi-Rite and Bi-Rite Creamery, Good Vibrations, Kabuki Springs and Spa, American Conservatory Theater, Wofford Acres Vineyard, Book Passage, Equinox Fitness, Sportsclub/LA and more. Photography provided by Faust Photographics.

Additional raffle tickets will be available on the night of the event for $5 each, or 10 for $40. Check back regularly as we update the list of raffle items and provide more details about the event!

Tickets are available for purchase online for $35 or at the door on the night of the event for $40.

Net proceeds from the evening will be donated to The Trevor Project, a California-based non-profit that supports the only nationwide suicide hotline for LGBT youth. For more information about The Trevor Project, please visit

For more information, email Riley Doyle ’08 or Rigel Cable ’10.