D&D’s own Gabriela Tomko takes your calls and helps you find the right products for your project … but what you probably don’t know is how active she is in fighting for a good cause – and we couldn’t be more proud of her!
Gabriela is working hard to help raise money for the Marin AIDS Project and the Ocean Conservation Research. These two unique and important organizations have joined to present a special evening of LIVE flamenco music featuring world-class musician, Juanito Pascual and his New Flamenco Trio at the beautiful and historic Falkirk Cultural Center in downtown San Rafael on Friday, July 25th from 7:30pm – 9:30pm.
All proceeds from the concert will benefit the Marin AIDS Project and Ocean Conservation Research – and the good news is – when you purchase your tickets you can choose which organization you would like to support! Tickets are $50 and include 2 complimentary drinks! Click here for tickets: http://ocr.org/flamenco/
Won’t you join us in supporting Gabriela’s efforts and these wonderful organizations? When you’re there, watch for Gabriela and tell her “hello!” … She will be volunteering at the event!
About the Marin AIDS Project:
Since 1984 Marin AIDS Project (MAP) has provided services for people in Marin County living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Today MAP’s services include free and confidential HIV testing, home-based health care, medical case management, benefits advocacy, mental health counseling and psychiatric services, emergency financial assistance, transportation assistance, a food pantry, a needle exchange program and a wide variety of supportive services and groups.
About Ocean Conservation Research:
Ocean Conservation Research is focused on understanding the scope of, and exploring solutions to the growing problem of human generated noise pollution and its impact on marine animals. OCR engages in marine biological and technological research based on conservation priorities. OCR uses the products of this research to inform the policies and practice of the public, industry, and lawmakers so that we may all become better stewards of the sea.