‘Hamilton’: The hottest ticket in town will benefit two San Diego nonprofit organizations
Just in time for end-of-the-year charitable giving, Jewish Family Service and the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center, Jacobs Family Campus are teaming up to offer the ultimate holiday gift for theater lovers. On Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, participants can attend a performance of Hamilton from the very best seats in the house at the San Diego Civic Theatre, followed by a private Meet-and-Greet Dessert Reception with members of the cast.
This exclusive Hamilton experience is made possible by the generosity of Event Chairs Liz Nederlander Coden, a Realtor with Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, and Daniel Coden, M.D. an eye surgeon in private practice at Scripps Memorial. A lifelong theater fan, Liz dreamed of raising money for charity around a performance of Hamilton. Liz and Dan made this dream a reality with the full support and enthusiasm of the theater and the Hamilton producers.
“I have been a board member at the JCC for the past six years and involved at Jewish Family Service as well, “ said Liz. “I have been extremely impressed with the outstanding work done by both organizations to help change the lives of people in need from all backgrounds. The funds raised from this event will go to help programs from each organization including scholarship programs, refugee programs, and programs giving food, shelter and guidance to homeless families, just to name a few. Dan and I are thrilled with how the event is coming together and are excited to share this incredible evening with all of the donors.”
While some packages are sold out for the event, there are still excellent tickets available. For tickets and information, visit yourshotinjanuary.org or contact Dana Levin at (858) 637-3013, firstname.lastname@example.org or Paige Pick at (858) 362-1355, email@example.com
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