The 51st Edgewood Fair

 

 

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Following in the footsteps of the 50th Edgewood Fair, the Edgewood Auxiliary is excited to bring this event back to the Bently Reserve in San Francisco. Our goal is to raise nearly half a million dollars for Edgewood Center for Children and Families. These funds will be used to help provide crucial support services to thousands of vulnerable children and youth suffering from trauma, abuse and neglect throughout the Bay Area.

Last year with your support, we were able to raise over $450,000 which will help us serve over 7,000 youth and their families throughout San Francisco and San Mateo counties!

During the 50th Fair, we heard incredible stories of hope, perseverance, and transformation. The event was truly a wonderful gathering of everyone that makes up the heart and soul of Edgewood including our Edgewood Auxiliary Alumnae - a group of dedicated women who laid the foundation for the Fair and for many of Edgewood's programs that are operating today.

As you can see from the photo album slide show below, this was a celebration for the senses with the stunning Bently Reserve as the backdrop, performances by the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and catering by McCalls

We look forward to sharing with you the magic that is Edgewood Center for Children and Families during the 51ST Edgewood Fair!   


51ST EDGEWOOD FAIR DETAILS - BENTLY RESERVE, SAN FRANCISCO

Thursday, April 6, 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm - Gala
The evening will begin with a cocktail reception and exclusive shopping opportunities for all attendees with retail vendors donating 25 percent of sales proceeds to Edgewood. Then enjoy an elegant dinner, silent auction, keynote by author and inspirational speaker, Lauri Burns, and a lively evening program emceed by "The Foodie Chap", Liam Mayclem.

Friday, April 7, 10:30 am - 3:30 pm - Fair Day Luncheon
A morning of exclusive shopping with retail vendors will be followed by the popular Edgewood Luncheon featuring this year's Alumnae of Distinction Award recipient, Anne Magill, and program emceed by "The Foodie Chap", Liam Mayclem. All retail vendors will be donating 25 percent of sales proceeds to Edgewood.

Friday, April 7, 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm - Fair Day Shopping Only
If you cannot make the Fair Luncheon, but still want to do some shopping for a cause, join us for Fair Day Shopping. Your ticket includes one drink on us! All retail vendors will be donating 25 percent of sales proceeds to Edgewood.


SPECIAL THANKS TO THIS YEAR'S LEAD FAIR SPONSORS!


Susan and Bill Oberndorf                      Emilie and Andrew Lynch


SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR MEDIA SPONSORS

        


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AUXILIARY CO-PRESIDENTS

Kelley Myerberg
Abbey Walker 

FAIR SPONSORSHIP CO-CHAIRS

Sandi Colabianchi
Jocelyn Corbett

FIRST VICE PRESIDENT, FAIR CHAIR

Paige Olson

 



VIEW PHOTOS FROM THE 50TH EDGEWOOD FAIR 

Photos courtesy of Agency Moanalani Jeffrey


EDGEWOOD FAIR HISTORY 


The Edgewood Garden Fair made its debut on May 3, 1967 in the Hall of Flowers in Golden Gate Park. It began as a garden festival for the Auxiliary to sell home-grown plants and handmade jams to benefit children with mental illness. Since then, the Edgewood Auxiliary has grown the Edgewood Fair into a sophisticated two-day annual charity extravaganza raising more than $8 million to help the thousands of Bay Area children, youth, and families Edgewood Center for Children and Families serves each year.

DID YOU KNOW?

  • The Edgewood Auxiliary was formed in 1948?
  • Edgewood Center for Children and Families is the oldest children's charity in the western U.S., founded in 1851?
  • In any given year, 13 percent of children in the U.S. suffer from mental disorders, yet only 1 in 5 of those is able to access mental health services?