Glaucoma 360 Annual Gala

Join us in San Francisco on January 28, 2016.

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Recognizing Leadership and Innovation in Glaucoma

Launched in 2007, this annual benefit showcases the visionaries and catalysts who share Glaucoma Research Foundation's mission to prevent vision loss from glaucoma by investing in innovative research, education, and support with the ultimate goal of finding a cure.

To date, more than $3 million has been raised from this event to forward our research, education, and support programs. We are most grateful to our generous donors and sponsors for their ongoing partnership.

Includes presentation of The Catalyst Award, Glaucoma Research Foundation's highest honor, the President's Reception, the gala dinner, a live auction, and a special performance.

Event Co-Chairs: Nobuko Saito Cleary and Gary Cleary, PharmD, PhD

The 2016 Catalyst Award will be presented to Charlot and Dennis Singleton

Program

5:00 PM - The Innovators Circle Reception: by invitation for VIP guests

6:00 PM - The President's Reception: A chance for everyone to meet and mingle, and participate in the popular silent auction

7:00 PM - The Dinner and Awards Program, followed by a special private performance.

Venue

The Palace Hotel
2 New Montgomery Street at Market, Downtown San Francisco, CA
Phone: (415) 512-1111

The Palace is an iconic landmark featuring timeless creations such as the Garden Court's stained glass dome and a 1909 Maxfield Parrish mural in the Pied Piper Bar. The Palace is a full-service hotel that offers elegant accommodations, esteemed restaurants and opulent meeting spaces.

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For more information, please contact our Development Department at (415) 986-3162 or email development@glaucoma.org.

The Annual Gala is part of Glaucoma 360, a series of three events uniting research, industry, and philanthropy with one mission — to find a cure for glaucoma. Learn more about Glaucoma 360.