Benefitting The Guardsmen and the Giants Community Fund
The Guardsmen Celebrity Dinner and Sports Auction has been a signature fundraising activity of The Guardsmen for twenty-eight years and is the premier charity sports auctions in the country. The Sports Auction typically raises enough money to send over 1,000 at-risk youth in the greater San Francisco Bay Area to summer camp and we are targeting even more this year. Proceeds from the event also benefit the Guardsmen’s long-time partner, the Giants Community Fund.
Thursday, February 7th 2019 Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco
5:30 pm - Celebrity and VIP Pre-Party (VIP ticket holders only)
6:00 pm - Doors Open for GA Guests/Silent Auction Begins
7:30 pm - Dinner
8:00 pm - Live Auction
9:45 pm - Post-Party for all guests
Opportunities to win one-of-a-kind trips, experiences and memorabilia!
If you would like to make an in-kind donation, we are always looking for gift certificates or other auction worthy items, such as vacation stays, rounds of golf or airline frequent flier miles. Thank you for helping us support the kids.
Attend the Event
Want to help raise money for Bay Area at-risk youth, meet your favorite celeb, celebrate a night out with clients or bid on your next fabulous adventure in our auction?
2018 Event Highlights
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About the Guardsmen
The Guardsmen is a group of Bay Area men mobilizing their significant talents and resources to enhance and improve the lives of at-risk youth. This all-volunteer organization, founded in 1947, provides access to high-quality educational and outdoor activities for inner-city youth. The opportunities created through The Guardsmen’s scholarship and campership programs mean that every year kids who otherwise would not have a chance at success are given the opportunity to excel as productive members of society. Sometimes that support means giving kids a chance to “just be kids,” by giving them their first experience to hike, bike, or play a game of softball in the great outdoors. Sometimes that support means the difference between attending a low-performing public school, and access to a higher-quality private education and the life-changing course such an opportunity creates.