Posts Tagged ‘Hope for Natalie’

Hope for Natalie: Laugh for Lives


Natalie is 8 years old. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is half-Chinese and half-Japanese, and a bit of Vietnamese. Natalie has leukemia, and needs a bone marrow transplant. Asians make up a small number of donors, so the The Asian American Donor Program (AADP) is reaching out to San Francisco. The AADP’s 3rd Annual “Laugh for Lives” laugh until you cry Comedy Show Benefit will be hosted by Nancy Lee. The audience can laugh along with Dat Phan, Air Tabigue, Kevon Shea, and Justin Rivera.

Laugh for Lives
Palace of Fine Arts
3301 Lyon Street, San Francisco

Friday, Feb. 26th 2010
8pm – 10pm ( doors open @ 7pm)

Pre-sale $15. @ door $20
Show +Club entry Pre-sale $20. @ door $25.

(510) 568-3700

Also – San Francisco Donor Drive
Bay Area Christian Church San Francisco
777 Geary Blvd. San Francisco 94121
February 21st

12:15pm to 2:pmĀ  Please RSVP

Jackie Chan will be soon be releasing a public service announcement on behalf of Natalie.

Become a Donor & Order a Kit



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