$50 tax-deductible admission
In recent years, our gala featured a 1920s Gatsby theme. This year, we are proud to re-envision our gathering to honor the people who support our work: the members of The Last House.
One night-only performances by inspiring artists
Vignettes about our work
Our grassroots fun(d)-a-dream for people who are changing their lives
Success Centers breaks down barriers for those who have been failed by the system. We empower people through equitable access to education, employment, housing, and the arts. By offering unconditional love to those who need it most, we help people build a brighter future and uplift our communities.
Our annual gala is our single most important source of individual donations for the year. Your support is critical to our work and our community.
At Success Centers, we often refer to ourselves as the last house on the block. In many cases, the people we serve have nowhere else to turn. Individual acts of generosity ensure that our porch light glows brightly and our doors remain open—even during a global pandemic. And so we call our community of supporters The Last House. Check out our illustrious roster at successcenters.org/the-last-house.
Even Liz doesn’t know full details about some of the surprises we’ve planned!
Chris Bocchicchio, Secretary
Robyn E. Cross
Jossiel Cruseta, Vice Chair
Adrienne Schneider, Chair
Jason Thurman, Treasurer
Larry C. Jones, Jr.
Kathy Hormel, in honor of Hildy Burness, Sponsor
Renato P. Almanzor, PhD, Supporting Sponsor
Laurie Beckelman & Michael Horst, in honor of Elliot Beckelman, Supporting Sponsor
Law Offices of Denise Leadbetter, Supporting Sponsor
Urbana, Supporting Sponsor
Preslar Ventures, Supporting Sponsor
Questions? Contact Mark Hernandez, Director of Philanthropy, at email@example.com or 415-653-9596.
Centers for Equity and Success, dba Success Centers, is a nonprofit organization recognized under section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Service code. Your gala ticket purchase, donation, or sponsorship is fully tax-deductible.