Please Join Margaret & Jim Foley for a Fundraiser in Support of Victor Olivieri for City College Board!
Wednesday, May 9
6:00pm to 8:00pm
Wine, refreshments, and appetizers to be served. Please contribute online using this page to receive the address, or contact email@example.com to RSVP and contribute via check at the event. Contribution levels:
- $100 Supporter
- $250 Friend
- $500 Co-Host
If you would like to contribute via check, please download and complete our contribution form to mail contributions or bring a check to the event.
Victor Olivieri for Community College Board 2018
c/o RALLY Campaigns
291 Geary Street, Suite 500
San Francisco, CA 94102
Victor Olivieri, Ph.D. is an immigrant and first-generation community college student who went on to become a decorated Army Officer, a respected educator, and a senior administrator of one of the most diverse universities in the country. With over a decade of experience in higher education and proven leadership, Victor has created bold plans to improve student success, strengthen our diverse community, and embrace innovation at City College of San Francisco. He is now a City Commissioner for Veterans Affairs and is uniquely qualified to serve as a City College Trustee.
Hosting a Holiday Fundraiser for the Culinary Arts Program on December 2017 and raising nearly a thousand dollars
Leaders we trust have already endorsed Victor’s campaign to become your next City College Trustee: Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, Board of Equalization Member Fiona Ma, State Senator Scott Wiener, Assemblymember David Chiu, Mayor of San Francisco Mark Farrell, President of the Board of Supervisors London Breed, President of the Board of Supervisors Angela Alioto, former City College Trustees Leslie Katz, Steve Ngo, Andrea Shorter, and Amy Bacharach, and leaders throughout our community.
Helping the Veterans Resource Center raise funding for the Family Resource Center in October 2017
Contributions to Victor Olivieri for Community College Board 2018 are not tax-deductible. Corporate contributions are prohibited. Individuals and non-incorporated business entities may contribute up to $500. Spouses and domestic partners may each contribute the maximum, even if their account is controlled by the same person, as long as they both sign the check, credit card authorization form, or accompanying letter. We may not deposit your check or credit card payment without your name, street address, occupation and employer, and may not accept cash, cashier’s checks or money orders of $100 or more. Related entities (a business and its owner, partnerships with the same general partner, a parent company and its subsidiaries, and other affiliated entities) are subject to a single, combined limit of $500. Paid for by Victor Olivieri for Community College Board 2018. Financial disclosures are available at sfethics.org.