Gala 2020 | In Celebration of Family
March 28 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
CHSA’s 2020 Gala | In Celebration of Family
Saturday, March 28, 2020 at Grand Hyatt Hotel
345 Stockton Street, San Francisco
Join us for a spectacular evening to honor tradition, celebrate your family, and hear the stories of some of the country’s most illustrious Chinese American families. A benefit for the Chinese Historical Society of America, this year’s gala promises to be unforgettable.
Laurene Wu & Charles McClain
Buck Gee & Mary Hackenbracht
FAMILY ASSOCIATION SPONSORS
Doug Chan & Eriko Doi
DLA Piper, LLP
Connie Young Yu
2020 GALA COMMITTEE
Gorretti Lui & Jane Chin, Co-Chairs • Janet Lee Chen • Jeanie Lee • Vanita Louie • Cally Wong • Gerrye Wong
We are only accepting sponsorships at this time. Check back for details when individual tickets become available. To be the first to know, become a CHSA member!
6 pm Reception & Night Market
Enjoy cocktails, mingle, and browse through the CHSA Night Market for treasures to add to your personal collection, books and other goods celebrating culture and heritage.
7 pm Dinner & Program
Emcee – Kristen Sze, ABC7 | KGO-TV
Phil & Sarah Choy Community Service Award – The Fong Family: Ronald Fong and his sons Rodney Fong, President & CEO of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, and independent film director Barre Fong.
Outstanding Artistic Achievement Award – Jon M. Chu, Film Director, “Crazy Rich Asians”
Entertainment – Maddie B
9 pm Dessert & Gift
Enjoy dessert, mingle, and take home a special edition gift by Graphic Designer Mulan Leong-Suzuki.
Black tie optional. Program subject to change.
The Chinese Historical Society of America is a nonprofit educational institution dedicated to preserving Chinese American history and telling stories to enlighten a new generation. Located in San Francisco’s Chinatown on Clay Street, CHSA’s Museum and Learning Center showcases the social, cultural and political history and contributions of the Chinese in America.
For our sponsors, this event offers, among other benefits, a setting in front of up to 400 attendees to celebrate and support CHSA’s mission to illuminate the pioneer past, inform the present while looking forward. Since CHSA’s founding 56 years ago, we have remained committed to telling the story of the Chinese diaspora, both in San Francisco and in the United States, and how today’s Chinese America continues to shape American life in this century. Your generous support makes possible our telling powerful stories that can inspire current and future generations. For more information about sponsorship opportunities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Download our Sponsorship Benefits and Form (2020 CHSA Gala Sponsorship PDF)
Can’t make it this year, or wish to make an additional donation to support CHSA? Donate to CHSA Museum here