Join the ultimate beach party at Jonathan Beach Club
Sipping on an artisanal cocktail, winning a life-changing vacation and jamming to the music of a Grammy winner during a Santa Monica beach sunset -- does life get any better? Yes, it does when it goes to benefit clean oceans!
Come party with 1,000 of your fellow beach lovers at Heal the Bay's annual fundraising gala -- Bring Back the Beach -- to be held May 15, 2014 at the Jonathan Beach Club in Santa Monica. Always a fixture on L.A.'s social calendar, our spring event attracts leaders from Southern California's environmental, political, business and entertainment communities. Musical guests in the past have included Jack Johnson, Brian Wilson, the Bangles and Ozomatli. Ask anyone who has attended, and they'll tell you it's the ulitmate beach party! (Check out the slide show below to get a taste.)
So dig your toes in the sand and come join us for a fun-filled evening under the stars to celebrate our honorees and support the mission of Heal the Bay. Last year we raised more than $1 million for programs that work toward clean beaches and oceans. Rest assured: Our teachers, water quality scientists, policy advocates, beach cleanup organizers, and aquarists, to name a few, plan have definitely put those dollars to good work over the past 12 months.
This year's "Bring Back the Beach" will honor the environmental dedication of some key supporters of our work: Mike Sullivan, president of LAcarGuy; LA Sanitation, the city's public works unit leading the charge to create a more sustainable city; and rock band Incubus, whose Make Yourself Foundation has underwritten numerous Heal the Bay programs aimed at protecting our local shorelines. You can read more about our honorees here.
We recommend buying your tables or individual tickets as soon as possible. This event sells out every year! If you are are interested in sponsorship opportunities, please contact Afarin Davari.
We appreciate your support and look forward to your company.
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