Petaluma event to thank community volunteers

July 29, 2018 by  

For the past 25 years, low-income residents of the Bay Area who have no insurance have been the beneficiaries of a program that supplies medical help, and the group that administers this assistance will be recognizing its volunteer force during an upcoming Petaluma event.

The festivities, which will be held at Lagunitas Brewing Company, include an evening full of activities. Along with thanking the people who volunteer with Operation Access, the occasion will also serve as a fundraiser to help meet the cost of offering its programs.

Guests at the celebration will be treated to a menu of wood fired pizza, salads, and other dishes, and it will be capped off by a helping of raw Hog Island oysters. A silent auction has also been planned, and the proceeds of the sale of tickets for this, along with those from the purchase of wine and beer during the function will be donated to Operation Access.

Local companies that would like to show their support for this initiative are invited to make an application to sponsor the function. An area printer will be able to provide a variety of promotional products for an event like this.

This opportunity to lend a helping hand to a group that helps others will be held on November 5. More details are available on the organizer’s website.