San Francisco's 2015 Plate by Plate Ticket Sales are Live!



Tickets on sale now!

It’s that time! Project by Project SF is proud to present our 6th annual PLATE BY PLATE event, a premiere tasting benefit. All net ticket sale proceeds will be donated to our 2015 partner, Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC), a 38-year old organization working tirelessly to build community and enhance quality of life for low-income residents in San Francisco.

> DATE/TIME: Saturday, September 19, 7pm - 10pm > LOCATION: The Village @ 969 Market Street, SF > ATTIRE: Cocktail attire recommended > AFTER PARTY: 10pm - 1am, location TBD

Ticket sales are live now! Don’t wait to buy and take advantage of our early bird and advance sale discounts! For more information, head to our Plate by Plate Website.

*** EARLY BIRD | 7/23 ~ 7/26 ONLY *** > GA $95 (37% off full price) > VIP $150 (40% off full price)

ADVANCE SALE | 7/27 ~ 9/7 > GA $125 (17% off full price) > VIP $200 (20% off full price)

REGULAR | 9/8 ~ Day Of > GA $150 (full price) > VIP $250 (full price)

Plate by Plate is always a memorable, delicious, and overall fun evening for a great cause. We sincerely hope you and your friends will join us this year to support PbP and CCDC!

PbP SF’s Volunteer of the Month for June 2015 – Cherisha Leung

Project by Project SF's latest Volunteer of the Month recognizes an individual who consistently goes above and beyond the ask with a huge smile on her face. Please join us in congratulating Cherisha Leung! Cherisha started her journey with PbP by volunteering her time to single-handedly design our 2014 Plate by Plate program booklet, which was exceptionally well-received. This year, she formally joined the SF Steering Committee as one of our Managers of Design Production. Her skills and dedication are invaluable, her desire to challenge herself in and out of the organization is inspiring, and her radiant smile is simply infectious.

Thank you for everything, Cherisha! We are lucky to have you in our family.

Plate by Plate SF - Early Bird Ticket Sale & Happy Hour


Our annual signature tasting benefit, Plate by Plate, is coming up in 2 short months (September 19) and we are kicking it off with a bang! Join us at Golden Gate Tap Room (3rd floor) on Thursday, 7/23 for your ONE-DAY ONLY opportunity to purchase GA and VIP tickets at the heavily discounted early-bird prices:

  • GA $95 (37% off full price)
  • VIP* $150 (40% off full price)

* VIP ticket includes access to lounge, 1 hour preview for private tastings, access to special VIP-only vendors, goodie bag, and more!

With participants such as Alexander's Steakhouse, Twenty Five Lusk, Tap 415, and Humphrey Slocombe, Plate by Plate is the ultimate event for those that enjoy gourmet foods, quality beverages, and the finer things in life. Just take a look at amazing photos from our event last year!

This year, all net proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to our 2015 partner, Chinatown Community Development Center, a SF-based organization dedicated to building community, enhancing the lives of residents, and serving as advocates in navigating the housing barriers residents face every day.

Need more convincing? Golden Gate Tap Room is a local-favorite chock-full of flat screens, a beer wheel, shuffleboard, skee ball, and the best arcade games from your youth. It's always a blast, hope to see you there!

Thursday, July 23, 2014 at 6:00pm - 9:00pm Golden Gate Tap Room 525 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94102 Map | Yelp

PbP SF Announces 2015 Partner - Chinatown Community Development Center


Chinatown Community Developent Center April 23, 2015 – San Francisco, CA – Project by Project San Francisco (PbP SF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supports non-profit organizations creating a positive impact in the Asian American community. Each year, the three chapters of Project by Project (PbP) decide on a theme and select a local non-profit organization supporting the Asian American community as its partner. In the spirit of PbP’s 2015 theme of Housing, PbP SF announced today that it has named Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC), as its 2015 non-profit partner.

CCDC's mission is to build community and enhance the quality of life for San Francisco residents. It is a 38-year-old place-based community development organization serving Chinatown and other low income neighborhoods. CCDC plays the roles of neighborhood advocates, community organizers, planners, developers, and managers of affordable housing, serving over 4,000 residents annually.

CCDC currently manages more than 2,000 units of affordable at 25 sites throughout San Francisco.  In addition to developing and rehabilitating affordable housing, CCDC provides culturally and linguistically appropriate support services, civic engagement and leadership development training for youth and adults, housing counseling, and policy advocacy. Chinatown Community Development Center builds and preserves neighborhood assets and sustainable communities for low income residents. It also provides ongoing support and technical assistance to tenant-based, grassroots organizations in San Francisco.

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


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/