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Thank You for Joining Us!

THANK YOU! to all of our donors, sponsors, and business partners who made the night possible; and to everyone who attended the event! Thanks to all of you, HairToStay was able to EXCEED our fundraising goal of $500,000, and award subsidies to another 500 patients. We are so grateful for your contribution to this effort and we look forward to seeing you next year!

Thank You to Our List of Supporters


75 Lives Transformed – $75,000

The Safeway Foundation

50 Lives Transformed – $50,000

Deborah Page Projects
Bethany and Jim Hornthal
Diane Wilsey

30 Lives Transformed – $30,000


2 Lives Transformed – $2,000

Amy Friedkin
Ellen and Doug Kahn
Eva and Ofir Kedar

25 Lives Transformed – $25,000

Janie and Donny Friend Paxman
Scalp Cooling Systems

10 Lives Transformed – $10,000

Anonymous | Dignitana | Marsha and Ralph Guggenheim | Lydia and Doug Shorenstein Foundation | Penguin Cold Caps

5 Lives Transformed – $5,000

Jan Baughman
Becky Draper | Randi and Bob Fisher
Ingrid D. Tauber Fund

1 Life Transformed – $1,000

Gordon and Vida Adelman | Larry and Pam Baer | Carol and Roy Bagattini | Amy and Matt Berler | Shirley and Mark Berman | Dagmar Dolby | Carol and Howard Fine | First Republic Bank | Lisa and Doug Goldman | Lisa and George Gumpert | Justin Hafen | John Hurley | Paulette Kessler | Kathy King | Laura and Gary Lauder | Julie and David Levine | Merrill Lynch | Dave McCrory and Andy Chen | Fran and David Meckler | Gerri Miller | Orlick Family | Grace and Robert Page | Charlotte and Joe Paliani | Gina Pell | Mauree Jane Perry | The PlumpJack Foundation | Sheryl Reuben | Susan and Alan Rothenberg | Theo Schwabacher | Janni and Lenny Stein | Donald and Sara Sweet | Tad Taube | Rory and Jamie Weinstein | Jane and Douglas Wolf


List of Partners

ALICE RADIO | Alison Mountford | Alkali Productions | amika | Another Planet Entertainment | Ashley Longshore | Bay Area Cosmetic Dermatology | Barnett Vineyards | Baron Wolman Photography | Bi-Rite | Marco Bicego | Bryan’s Grocery | Cala | Chantecaille | Charles Chocolates | Che Fico | China Live | Corral De Tierra Country Club | David Fong, DVM | DAVINES | Deborah Page Projects | Discount Fabrics | Ends + Stems | Farmhand Kitchen | The Fatted Calf | Fort Point Beer Company | Frances Restaurant | Phyllis Friedman | Hector Estrada Salon | Hint | Hudson Grace | Nancy Grand | Guittard Chocolates | Iris Ip | It’s a Dog’s World | Jeffrey’s Natural Foods | Jewish Community Center SF | KCBS RADIO | KERANIQUE | KIND Bar | King + Co. | Kipper Clothiers | Levi Strauss & Co. | MAC Modern Appealing Clothing | The Richard Maher Family and Clos du Val | Mr. David Couture | Napa Films | Neyers Vineyard Wines | Nopa | Obagi Medical | Octavia | Planet Granite | Planet Horticulture | Carlos Reyes | Rustic Bakery | San Francisco Magazine | Sayler Design Works | Simi Jois | Sorrel | State Bird Provisions | Super Color Digital | Sutter Buttes Labradoodles & Bernedoodles | The Balloon Lady | The Progress | The Richard Maher Family | Turley Wine Cellars | Who Let The Dogs Out | Wolf Family Vineyards | Workforce Athletics | Yes Bars

MAC Modern Appealing Clothing

MAC Modern Appealing Clothing is one of the great and iconic San Francisco design destinations. They’ve achieved the perfect balance between art and commerce. They’re the first family of San Francisco fashion. The merchandise is high-concept fantasy. Dries Van Noten, Walter Van Beirendonck, Dema, Sofie D’Hoore, Junya Watanabe and Comme des Garcons, and collections of independent brands and local designers with out-ot-the-ordinary visions. The walls feature work by both art world celebs and artists from Creative Growth and Creativity Explored, two Bay Area organizations that work with people with developmental differences.

MAC Modern Appealing Clothing

Mr. David has been a couture and costume designer for pop stars, drag performers, and artists for over 4 decades. A star of the downtown New York drag scene, Mr. David held fashion shows at legendary clubs such as Limelight and Palladium before moving to San Francisco in the ealry ’90s and continuing with shows at SFMOMA and de Young museums. The GrandeDame of the House of MORE!, Mr. David has hand made thousands of pieces worldwide.