Perseverance in the face of adversity are the keywords of this 2020 edition of La Soirée, the annual fundraising event of the Franco-American Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco (FACCSF).
Member or not of the FACCSF, please join its new online format and bring La Soirée into your home!
Book your ticket, then with the unique link that you will receive, order your gift basket from Jean-Charles Boisset’s Oakville grocery store website (place your order before November 6 to be assured to receive your basket in time for La Soirée which will take place on November 18, 2020, from 6.30 p.m).
Consequently, you will be able to follow the event from the comfort of your sofa by raising your glass to perseverance (and we all needed some in 2020 …) while sampling the cheeses from your gourmet basket.
On the agenda for this 39th edition, an interview with two exceptional women, mountaineers Catherine Destivelle and Lynn Hill, both world-renowned. They have kindly accepted to answer the questions of André Manoukian to explain how “perseverance in adversity” was relevant to them.
More surprises will be disclosed along with the event.
No time to waste, you only have a few days left to show your support for the Franco-American Chamber of Commerce in San Francisco, and purchase your tickets for La Soirée. The funds raised during La Soirée 2020 will allow the FACCSF to continue its mission as it was recently described by its co-presidents, and to help French companies based in the San Francisco Bay area to forge partnerships with stakeholders in the local economy.
The event is opened to all, members and non-members, individuals, or companies. The ticket office is open.
Beyond Nov. 6, tickets will still be available but the delivery of the gourmet basket will no longer be guaranteed for November 18 before 6.30 p.m. Your basket may arrive on Nov.19th …
This event is made possible thanks to the support of Salesforce, Banque Transatlantique, and Planisware.
At the same time, don’t forget the online auction with products from many brands represented locally.
Merci la FACCSF