V‑DAY ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN HERITAGE CAMPAIGN
JOINS GLOBAL EFFORT TO STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST ASIAN PACIFIC WOMEN AND GIRLS
V-Day Filipina Women’s Network 2011
presents a one-night only benefit performance of
THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES
Who: APA Community Leaders Speak Out Against Violence Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by Ending Violence Against APA Women and Girls
What: A benefit production of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, raising funds for V-Day Spotlight 2011: Women and Girls of Haiti, Filipinas Against Violence, My Sister's House
Where: Herbst Theatre, 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco
When: Friday, May 13, 2011, 7:30pm
Admission: $28 students / seniors, $38 general admission, $100 VIP seating. 10% discount for group tickets of 10 or more.
Tickets available at: City Box Office: online at www.cityboxoffice.com or call 415.392.4400 to receive discounts
Two Ways to Sponsor:
Goal: To raise awareness to stop violence against APA women and girls and funds for our beneficiaries – V-Day Spotlight 2011: Women and Girls of Haiti, Filipinas Against Violence, My Sister's House
Local Sponsors (partial list): Academy of Art University, Asian Week Foundation, Ramar Foods International, GMA Pinoy TV, Philippine Center. National Sponsors: Dramatists Play Service, Amanda Keidan Jewelry, LUNA, Random House, Shawn & Shane, Vosges Haut-Chocolat
Contact: Marily Mondejar, 415.935.4FWN, email@example.com
About V-Day V-Day is a global movement to end violence against women and girls that raises funds and awareness through benefit productions of Playwright/Founder Eve Ensler’s award winning play The Vagina Monologues and other artistic works. In 2009, over 4200 V-Day benefit events took place produced by volunteer activists in the U.S. and around the world, educating millions of people about the reality of violence against women and girls. To date, the V-Day movement has raised over $70 million and educated millions about the issue of violence against women and the efforts to end it, crafted international educational, media and PSA campaigns, launched the Karama program in the Middle East, reopened shelters, and funded over 11,000 community-based anti-violence programs and safe houses in Democratic Republic Of Congo, Haiti, Kenya, South Dakota, Egypt and Iraq. V-Day was named one of Worth magazine's "100 Best Charities" in 2001 and Marie Claire’s “Top Ten Charities” in 2006. The 'V' in V-Day stands for Victory, Valentine and Vagina. http://www.vday.org
What is a V-Day Campaign? A V-Day Campaign is a catalyst for mobilizing women and men to heighten awareness about violence against women and girls. By creating this global community, V-Day strives to empower women to find their collective voices and demand an end to the violence that affects one in three women in the U.S and around the world.
About Filipina Women’s Network (FWN) FWN is the non-profit organization founded to raise funding and awareness of the activities, careers and status of women of Philippine ancestry living in the United States. FWN is committed to fostering the socioeconomic, political, and educational advancement of Filipina women through cultural heritage events, career initiatives and professional development programs. FWN strives to enhance public perceptions of Filipina women's capacities to lead, change biases against Filipina women's leadership abilities and build the Filipina community's pipeline of qualified leaders, to increase the odds that some will rise to the President position in all sectors. More info: www.ffwn.org.
About Filipinas Against Violence Campaign Filipinas Against Violence is FWN's anti-domestic violence campaign to raise awareness through theatre, popular culture and education about the high incidence of violence in Filipino homes and intimate partner relationships. Engaging the Filipino and Asian communities through the V-Day shows and hearing the women's stories in "hits home" and helps the Asian community understand the broader connections of Asian values such as respect for women, dignity, family, equality and justice to social and economic issues and to class and religion. More information, email Marily Mondejar at firstname.lastname@example.org or go www.ffwn.org.