January 23, 2013
Dwell is pleased to announce our media sponsorship of Philanthropy by Design's 25th Anniversary event, "Turning Silver into Green," happening February 13th, 2013 at SOMArts in San Francisco.
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Dwell for Philanthropy by Design 25th Anniversary Event

Join us for a dynamic evening of philanthropy, art, fashion, live music, and more with Philanthropy by Design! Enjoy scrumptious locally-produced and vegetarian small bites, wine from Bluxome Street Winery, and a selection of delicious desserts. Hurry and get your tickets now!

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Celebrating 25 years of design and recycling with heart, Philanthropy by Design transforms nonprofit environments through design. PBD is a volunteer network of design industry professionals. The organization renovates the interior environments of community service organizations and save tons of furniture from the landfill through creative reuse. Their work benefits thousands of under served Bay Area residents; at-risk youth, abused women, seniors, AIDS patients and homeless people, bringing them hope, inspiration and comfort. Dwell is thrilled to support this cause which so wonderfully exemplifies the power of design to transform and improve our lives and communities.

The evening will be packed with inspiring cultural offerings, including:

Live graffiti art and music set by noted local artist Tion Bukue.

A live fashion show introducing new looks and accessories created from reused materials by local designers.

The Carol Butler Tappers.

"Have a Heart" Fundraiser: A silent auction and showcase of art from recycled materials including designer home accents, fashions, accessories, jewelry, artwork, gift certificates and more!

Join us February 13th, 2013 at SOMArts at 934 Brannan Street from 5:30-8:30.

You can purchase tickets for $45/person here.

Tickets may also be purchased for $50 at the door. All proceeds go to the cause.

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