Join Quirkeley’s Siciliana Trevino and industry panelists for SF Design Week’s conversation about the future of business and immersive media Monday June 19th at 6pm. Presented by the San Francisco Fashion And Merchants Alliance, Inc.
Is Augmented Reality or Virtual Reality the Future of Businesses? Businesses are changing rapidly day by day by embracing various technological innovations. These innovations are making it possible for customers to experience as well as envision a product personally without being present physically. Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are 2 powerful technologies capable of making a huge impact on industries.
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Enjoy an evening of live music, an exciting auction and delicious food and drink at the 29th Annual Chance for a Change benefit for the Women’s Daytime Drop-in Center, Saturday June 3rd, 6:30pm, at the Berkeley Yacht Club. 1 Seawall Drive, Berkeley.
Tickets are $40 advance / $50 at the door and $25 for students and volunteers.
Click here to purchase tickets or make a donation.
The Women’s Daytime Drop-in Center offers free services to any homeless woman and her children. Women can access WDDC services by dropping in Monday through Friday between the hours of 8am and 4pm.
The Women’s Daytime Drop-In Center (WDDC) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit program, in the San Francisco Bay Area, empowering women and children to move from the streets to a home by providing ongoing and intensive counseling, case management services, daily support groups, a comprehensive children’s program, a variety of referral services, and a transitional housing program for four single parent families.
The WDDC has evolved from its original mission of providing emergency and crisis response to a program of on-going support services. The WDDC serves an average of 150 women and children each month in a nurturing, home-like environment. Services are available at no fee to any homeless woman or child.
Chance for a Change benefit: Saturday June 3rd, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Quirkeley is a proud supporter of the Women’s Daytime Drop in Center.