Events

Project By Project SF: March 2017 Guest Bartending

Guest Bartending

Join us for our first happy hour/fundraiser at Soda Popinski's, where Project by Project SF team members will be GUEST BARTENDING for the night!

HOW DOES IT WORK? 9 of our Steering Commitee members will be serving drinks as guest bartenders from 6pm-9pm. 100% of the tips received will be donated to Project by Project.

WHY SHOULD YOU COME? • Come support our non-profit as we ramp up our plans for 2017 • The Warriors will be playing that night against the Rockets. Game wil be shown on both TVs in the bar. • Hang out with your friends in PbP!

Entry is FREE, so come have fun and remember to leave TIPSy. We can't wait to see you there!

Project By Project SF: 2017 Info Session

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2017 Info Session

Inspired by recent events and want to take action? Looking to impact your community and develop new skills? We’re recruiting!

Join us for our info session to learn more about Project by Project, meet our team, and see how you can make a difference in 2017! We have positions in Marketing, Events, Fundraising, Outreach, Legal and Volunteer/Leadership Development.

When: Thursday, 2/16/17 at 6:30-7:30pm Where: LUMINA, 338 Main St, San Francisco, CA * If you arrive after 6:30pm, please text Lucas Yee at 415-548-0180 and we’ll meet you in the lobby.

What do we do? Project by Project (PbP) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in New York City in 1998 by a group of young Asian American professionals. Comprised of a team with backgrounds across finance, consulting, technology, media, entertainment and law, PbP’s founding team felt it could do more to empower the Asian American community. They created an innovative platform by which our members exercise leadership skills through direct service volunteer work, increasing awareness and fundraising for fellow organizations within the Asian American community.

Want to apply? Fill out our online application

Questions? We’re friendly! Send an email to volunteer.sf@projectbyproject.org

Connect With Us! Twitter: @pbpsf Instagram: @pbpsf

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Plate by Plate

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BUY TICKET

Plate by Plate is the premier annual tasting benefit organized by Project by Project (PbP). The event showcases New York City’s premier restaurants and is attended by over 200 food and wine loving guests who look forward to sampling what the city’s best has to offer. Plate by Plate has been featured on Bravo TV’s hit reality show, Top Chef, and MTV-K, as well as some of New York’s best culinary publications. You’ll also have the chance to interact and mingle with the city’s best chefs. Between tasting intricate bites and sipping beverages, don’t forget to check out our wide array of silent auction items.

Our partner this year is National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA). Net ticket proceeds garnered from this event will benefit our partner organization; PbP will help develop and implement a sustainable marketing campaign intended to raise awareness of LGBTQ issues within the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities.

NQAPIA is a federation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Asian American, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) organizations and seek to build the organizational capacity of local LGBT AAPI groups, develop leadership, promote visibility, educate our community, enhance grassroots organizing, expand collaborations, and challenge homophobia and racism.

We look forward to your attendance at Plate by Plate to support us in raising attention to NQAPIA’s amazing commitment to its mission.

If you are interested in becoming a participant of Plate by Plate, please email events.ny@projectbyproject.org.

For media inquiries, please email marketing.ny@projectbyproject.org.

If you would like to sponsor our event or donate to the Silent Auction, please email fundraising.ny@projectbyproject.org.

Venue: Metropolitan Pavilion, The Level (5th Floor)

Admission: 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Dress code: Black Tie

Event is 21+

Summer Soiree 2016: Get your Plate by Plate Tickets!

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Join us at Super Nova (in the Novotel Hotel) on August 26th for an exclusive chance to purchase pre-sale tickets for our 2016 Plate by Plate tasting benefit. This event will be the only place for you to get the absolute lowest price so you do not want to miss this event!

WHEN Friday, August 26 6:00PM - 10:00PM

WHERE NOVOTEL TIMES SQUARE NEW YORK 226 W 52nd Street New York, NY 10019 212.315.0100

FREE Entrance and Happy Hour Specials! 6PM - 8PM : $5 Bud Light, Budweiser, House Red/White Wine

Get your Plate By Plate tickets for $200 at http://bit.ly/2at38Ug *Regular price is $250* *Available only UNTIL our August 26th Ticket Kickoff Event

Plate by Plate is the premier annual tasting benefit organized by Project by Project (PbP). The event showcases New York City's premier restaurants and is attended by over 200 food and wine loving guests who look forward to sampling what the city's best has to offer.

Net ticket proceeds garnered from this event will benefit our partner organization, The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance - http://www.nqapia.org/ as we raise awareness of LGBTQ issues in the Asian American Pacific Islander communities.

PbP LA: Event Details

Welcome to Plate by Plate Presented by Project by Project 2016

Plate by Plate Attendees,

We are only a few days away from Plate by Plate, this Saturday, August 6th at the beautiful Wallis Annenberg Building at the California Science Center. We are excited to welcome you and know that you will enjoy the exciting lineup of the LA's premier food and beverages this weekend.

In anticipation of the event, we wanted to provide you with a few tips and pointers regarding logistics, listed below:

The Event

Doors will open at 7pm (6pm for guests with VIP tickets). The Wallis Annenberg Building is located at the California Science Center in Exposition Park. The entrance to the Wallis Annenberg Building is directly across from the Rose Garden. There will be signs from the parking garage directing you to the entrance.

The event runs until 10pm and then transitions to our post-event party at The Continental Club. Your wristband gets you free admission and front-of-the-line access into our afterparty.

Dress code 

We recommend Formal and/or Black Tie Optional.

Directions

North on the Harbor Freeway (110)

  • Exit Exposition Boulevard
  • Turn left to Flower Street
  • Turn left on Flower to Figueroa Street
  • Enter Exposition Park 1/2 block on the right (39th Street/Exposition Park Drive)
  • Follow guest parking signs to the parking structure

North on the Harbor Freeway (110) (Fastrak Express Lane only)

  • Exit 39th Street/Exposition Park Drive
  • Turn left on 39th Street/Exposition Park Drive
  • Proceed straight into Exposition Park
  • Follow guest parking signs to the parking structure

South on the Harbor Freeway (110)

  • Exit Exposition Boulevard
  • Make a soft left at bottom of ramp to Flower Street
  • Turn left on Figueroa Street
  • Enter Exposition Park 1/2 block on the right (39th Street/Exposition Park Drive)
  • Follow guest parking signs to the parking structure
Parking

Event parking is available at the California Science Center for $15 and payable at the parking entrance. Cash only. Upon parking, please follow the signs towards the Wallis Annenberg Building.

FAQ
For more details about Project by Project and Plate by Plate visit our FAQ Page

Plate by Plate FAQ

Use the #PBPLA2016 hashtag for all of your event photos!

Download the Plate by Plate App from the Google Play Store

The Plate by Plate app is available on the Google Play Store!  Download the app to stay in contact with us as well as learn more about our event.  Browse our restaurant and beverage vendors, discover our beneficiary partner, APAIT, and read about Project by Project events

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Thank you to The Great Company for sponsoring GreatCo HQ as our 2016 meeting space. Find out more about The Great Company.

Art & Apéritifs

Join Project by Project (PbP) at the first LGBTQ art museum in the world for an evening of art and aperitifs! Every year, Project by Project champions a theme within the Asian American population, themes that often have been undermined or hidden from the mainstream spotlight. This year we're focusing our efforts to increase awareness of LGBTQ issues in the community.

In support of our theme, Project by Project will be hosting an event at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art located in Soho to introduce our partner and the work we will be doing together this year. Come enjoy great conversation over your drink of choice and enjoy the artwork on display!

The event is open to the public, business casual attire is recommended.

Early Bird: $40; General Admission: $50

Your ticket includes: - after hours admission to the museum - open bar/cocktail hour during the event - hors d'oeuvres and various appetizers

Tickets are available through Eventbrite now!

All proceeds will go to charity.

PbP San Francsico Tour of St. George Spirits

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Project by Project SF would like to invite you and your friends to join us on a spirits tour at St. George’s! For those who attended Plate by Plate last year, you may remember the delicious tastings offered by St. George Spirits. If you missed out, now’s your chance to join us as we support our past vendor at their local, independent craft distillery for a tasting tour. This is an extraordinary way to learn about craft distillation and artisanal spirits. The whole experience will give you the chance to see how spirits are made and understand exactly what goes into crafting what’s in your glass. Tours provide an overview of the production area, with the chance to view the stills, fermentation tanks, barrel storage, and bottling line. Tours conclude in the tasting room with a guided tasting designed to help you learn how to approach and appreciate spirits. Each tasting includes a selection of six of their spirits—all made onsite!

All tours and tastings are 21 and over. Valid ID is required for entry.

DATE: Saturday, May 21, 2016 TIME: 11:30am-3:40pm (tour 1-2pm) PRICE: $20/person (cash or card)

For more information, please visit our Facebook event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/231365250566149/

PbP LA: Supports Visual Communications for 2016 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival

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2016LAAPFFSquare Project by Project LA is proud to continue supporting our past beneficiary partner, Visual Communications, for their 2016 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. Join us as we co-sponsor "Love?" – a shorts program exploring a variety of different fresh and powerful point of view on love.

 

April 23, 2016 @ 6:30PM

Independent Theater

251 South Main Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

 

For more info and to purchase tickets, visit http://laapff.festpro.com/films/program/love_2016 Use discount code PROJECT16 for a $2 discount on tickets.

We look forward to seeing you at the movies!

PbP LA Info Sessions

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Join us on Tuesday, January 26th, 2016 and/or Saturday, January 30th, 2016 at the Seed Center (The Great Company) in downtown Los Angeles to learn more about this years theme. Also get to know this year’s team and your future team members. Location: 1917 Bay St. 2nd Floor Los Angeles, CA

Session 1 Date: Tuesday, January 26th, 2016 Time: 7pm-9pm

Session 2 Date: Saturday, January 30th, 2016 Time: 12pm-2pm

We are excited to see you all there!

For more information, please visit:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1515931718701941/

2015 Project by Project-LA is Now Accepting Applications from Qualified Non-Profit Organizations Working in the Realm of Housing and Providing Shelter for Its 2015 Beneficiary Partner Campaign

2015 Project by Project-LA is Now Accepting Applications from Qualified Non-Profit Organizations Working in the Realm of Housing and Providing Shelter for Its 2015 Beneficiary Partner Campaign

Project by Project is currently inviting applications for our 2015 beneficiary partner campaign. Each year, PbP's local chapters (Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York) each select a non-profit community based organization that focuses (in whole in part) on issues within a selected theme and then tailors a year-long campaign to help that organization's fundraising, community outreach, and public awareness efforts. The group that PbP's Los Angeles Chapter (PbP-LA) will select will be known as PbP-LA's "beneficiary partner" for the year.

PbP LA 2014 Plate by Plate Save the Date

Save the Date Plate by Plate Aug 2 2014 Project by Project LA will host its 12th annual tasting fundraiser event, Plate by Plate, at the beautiful Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles on August 2, 2014. This event will feature over 50 of Southern California's finest restaurants and beverage purveyors and directly benefit our 2014 beneficiary partner, Pacific Asian Counseling Services.

A few participating restaurants include the following:

Alimento Asahi Beer Barbershop Bird Pick Tea & Herb Bistro LQ b.o.s. Chaya Church Key Del Rey Deli Drago Centro Faith & Flower Fifty Seven Hamasaku Lexington Social House Little Bear Maison Akira Mills + Co Mo-Chica Patina Patina Pastry Peking Tavern Petty Cash Republique Sally Camacho / Jonathan Club San Vicente Wine Cellars Scratch | Bar Short Cake smoke.oil.salt Sotto Starry Kitchen Stella Barra

Make sure to visit our Full Participants List here. Tickets to Plate by Plate are available now and going fast!

Make sure to get yours here!

PbP LA 2014 Local Conference

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PbP LA Local ConferenceCome join us at our Local Conference of the year on Sunday, March 16 from 10 AM to 5 PM at The Great Company DTLA venue called the SEED Center (located in the newly developing Toy District).

This day is to orient new members to Project by Project / Plate by Plate Los Angeles (PbP) and to vision cast for the year. PbP is an unique organization where young professionals and social entrepreneurs get together to focus on supporting one cause and one nonprofit each year through fundraising, raising awareness and volunteerism. This year, our cause is Mental Health, which we believe is a pertinent and critical matter in our community today.

You'll find that by joining, you will develop your leadership and professional skills, expand your network and make long-lasting friendships and be exposed to people and things you never knew or experienced before.

Date: Sunday, March 16, 2014 Time: 10 AM - 5 PM (Breakfast & Lunch will be provided) Location: 1917 Bay St. 2nd Floor, Los Angeles

Dress: Casual (Dress comfortably!) What to Bring: Yourself and an open mind What to Expect: An informative, creative and fun day of getting to know PbP, figuring out your place in PbP and getting to know each other Additional Info: We have dinner + drinks together afterwards at a nearby restaurant; more details to come. You don't want to miss it.

Thank you to The Great Company for sponsoring our Local Conference venue, The SEED Center. The SEED Center in the Downtown LA Arts District is a full-service venue equipped with recording studio, rehearsal and performance stage, collaboration and production space, film and photo shoot facilities, lounge area, kitchen facilities, and administrative office space. The center was designed as a collaborative space in which artisans can work together to build their craft. Find out more about The Great Company here: http://www.thegreatcompany.com/