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Pancakes for Kids Benefit, Sunday, February 23

Posted October 31st, 2019 · Guest Event

Pancake Breakfast Benefit for Children
A Home Away from Homelessness

Join us for a pancake breakfast at the Tourist Club benefiting A Home Away from Homelessness. Enjoy great food, take in the stunning views from the renowned San Francisco Tourist Club on Mount Tamalpais, and make new friends, all while supporting homeless and formerly homeless youth in San Francisco, the East Bay, and Marin.

Breakfast includes all-you can eat pancakes, sausage, organic fruit, hard boiled eggs, yogurt, granola juice and coffee. Cozy up by the fireplace in the indoor dining room and take in the stunning natural scenery of Mt Tam all around you, while activities on the deck will keep kids happy.

Thanks to Earl's Organics, William Sonoma, and Bernie's coffee for sponsoring the event with their fine foods.

Event tickets are non-refundable, rain or shine. This is a non-alcohol event — please no outside beverages. Children under 5 attend free.

When: Sunday, February 23, 2020, 9:00 a.m. — 1:00 p.m.

This event is held at Nature Friends Tourist Club, but is not a Tourist Club event. It is a fundraiser by and for A Home Away from Homelessness.

Getting to the fundraiser: Like all good things in life, parking is very limited at the Tourist Club. Please consider either hiking in along the Dipsea, Sun or Redwood Trails; taking the West Marin Stagecoach; and/or carpooling. Additional (also limited) parking is available along Panoramic Highway. For trail maps, directions and more transit options visit the Tourist Club website at Directions.

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About A Home Away from Homelessness

At A Home Away from Homelessness we believe that every child deserves the opportunity to experience safe and supportive spaces that respect and foster his or her strengths, creativity, and abilities. By joining with homeless and formerly homeless families, we help build confidence, skills, and community through educational, social, and recreational opportunities. Learn more about Home Away at http://www.homeaway.org.