Red Carpet: Raphael House gala swings 

‘One Home, Many Hearts’: On Saturday, Raphael House, a San Francisco nonprofit serving the needs of families experiencing homelessness, celebrated with a speakeasy-themed affair at Bimbo’s 365 Club. Chairs for the gala, the group’s most important annual fundraiser, were Jessica Moment, Alyson Jackson and Betty Kay Coakley. Jazz singer Amanda King, a former Raphael House resident, provided entertainment.


Loaves & Fishes Dinner: Maureen and Craig Sullivan and Catholic Charities CYO hosted their 13th annual event Friday at the St. Regis Hotel. In addition to raising more than $1 million for youth programs, the celebration included a presentation of a “Faith in Action” award to Immaculée Ilibagiza, a survivor of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.

Bratts on hand for ‘La Mission’

‘La Mission’ reception: Prior to a special VIP screening of writer-director Peter Bratt’s “La Mission” last week, Bratt and his brother Benjamin, the movie’s star, attended a cocktail gathering at Hotel Kabuki for the San Francisco-set independent film. The event was hosted by U.S. Trust, which is dedicated to serving the needs of a diverse clientele.

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