The Amerland Group
The Amerland Group was founded in 2001 with the goal to create and preserve affordable rental housing in the Western United States. By primarily specializing in the preservation of HUD projects, The Amerland Group was able to provide high quality, service-enriched housing for America’s workforce and Senior populations. Over the next 10 years, over 3,000 units were developed in California, New Mexico, and Colorado.
Bloom & Inspire: A Girls Rising Benefit - Amerland News. Please join Chef Maeve Rochford as she donate her time, talent and restaurant for Bloom and Inspire: A Girls Rising Benefit on May 18, 2017 at the Sugar and Scribe Bakery – Fine Food.
Participate in the silent auction with fine food and wine/beer. Chef Maeve Rochford, Owner, Executive Chef and winner of the Food Network’s “Holiday Baking Championship” show, is graciously donating her time, talent and restaurant for the evening event. Tickets are $50 and include fine food, wine/beer, and the option to participate in a silent auction. Proceeds benefit our mentor program.
We hope to see you there so get your tickets now! Girls Rising helps girls achieve success through our mentoring program by pairing each girl with an individual mentor to serve as a positive, consistent role model in their lives. 5th Bike4Mike - The Ride to End ALS - Amerland News. Be purposeful!
Help raise ALS awareness and funds for medical research. Join the 5th Bike4Mike – The Ride to End ALS on March 19, 2017. There are course distances of 10, 25, 50 and 62 Miles. Bike 4 Mike is a charity cycling event created by the Team Godfather Charitable Foundation to find a cure for ALS, while we honor our dear friend, Mike Ramirez. The Power of Advocacy-San Diego Bike Coalition Leadership Training - Amerland News. The Power of Advocacy-San Diego Bike Coalition Leadership Training.
Fetchlight Furry Party and Fundraiser 2016 - Amerland News. Fundraiser with Deaf Women of Riverside event - Amerland News. Rolling for Pink 2016 is Coming June 25! - Amerland News. Expand Your Knowledge and Network at Wireless West 2016 - Amerland News. Wireless isn’t new, but it certainly is growing in leaps and bounds.
If you’re just getting into wireless or desire to expand your knowledge, we would love to have you attend Wireless West 2016 to discover new horizons. The California Wireless Assoc. has teamed up with five major wireless associations to create the very first conference of its kind. Everyone is invited to gain a new perspective about wireless and network with thought-leaders and industry professionals. Over the two-day conference, visitors can listen to key note speakers discussing a variety of wireless topics.
Town and Gown of USC & USC Alumni Association - Amerland News. The Town and Gown of USC, the Trojan Guild and the USCAA Day of SCervice Are Seeking Volunteers USC Alumni Chapters and affiliated groups are seeking several volunteers to contribute their creativity and time at our necklace workshop.
Los Angeles volunteers are being asked to create beaded necklaces containing messages of hope to support women in USC hospitals suffering from serious illnesses. Volunteers attending the workshop are asked to reserve a ticket, which is free of charge. BBQ lunches are also available for the day, which run $21.39. Oakland Raiders Christmas Eve Fundraiser. Join Us For The 5th Annual FIDF Gala, Concert and After Party to Benefit Young Leaders.
2015 Tribe Bowling. The McAlister Institute Presents Its 4th Annual Walk for Sobriety. Voice of Witness 10th Anniversary Benefit. The Voice of Witness is inviting all to be part of the SUSTAIN THE STORY: Voice of Witness 10th Anniversary Benefit happening on Wednesday, May 6, 2015.
The event will be from 6:30 until 9:00 in the evening at the Brava Theater Center, 2781 24th Street, San Francisco, California. Attendees will get to see an inspiring lineup of award-winning authors as well as storytellers who will be on stage. VOW cofounder as well as bestselling author Dave Eggers, Love and Shame and Love author Peter Orner, Love and Treasure author Ayelet Waldman, as well as High Rise Stories: Voices from Chicago Public Housing editor Audrey Petty will be there. General admission is at $100, VIP admission is at $175, while student/educator/artist/non-profit rate is at $50. Monetary donations are likewise welcome. Proceeds will benefit the Voice of Witness organization dedicated in fostering a more nuanced, empathy-based understanding of contemporary human rights crises. Hike for Hearing Fundraising Event. All are invited to attend the Delta Zeta’s Hike for Hearing happening on Sunday, April 19, 2015 from 9:00 in the morning until 2:30 in the afternoon.
Location of the event will be announced soon but will take place in San Diego, California. Attendees will get to experience a big philanthropy weekend together with the entire community. Registration is $5 while registration with t-shirt is at $15. To purchase tickets, please CLICK HERE. Benefitting this event is the Speech and Hearing: the Starkey Hearing Foundation. Participants will be wearing ear plugs in order to copy the presence of the hearing impaired for a morning in hopes that this kind of experiment will impact everyone for years after.
2015 Annual Beats for Boobs. Everyone is invited to attend the 11th Annual Beats for Boobs: Turn It Up to 11!
On Saturday, January 24 to Sunday, January 25, 2015. The event will be from 7:00 in the evening until 2:00 in the morning the following day at the Mezzanine, 444 Jessie Street, San Francisco, California. Participants will get to honor and remember those lives have been impacted by breast cancer. Marine Science Sunday Event. The Marine Mammal Center is inviting everyone to join them in their Marine Science Sunday – An Ocean Feast Event on Sunday, November 9, 2014.
SF 2014 Light The Night Walk. Walking aficionados are invited to join the San Francisco Light the Night Walk on Tuesday, September 23, 2014.
The event starts at 5:00 in the afternoon and ends at 8:00 in the evening at the AT&T Park – Lot A, 3rd Street, San Francisco, California. Guests get to enjoy free parking in Lot A for walkers and participate at the reflections of life tent which features stories of honoured as well as remembered heroes.