Annual banquet in San Francisco in support of Ukrainian Catholic University
San Francisco will host an event organized by the Ukrainian Catholic University Foundation, a charity annual banquet.
The annual charity banquet will be held in San Francisco on Sunday, October 22, and promises to be a weighty event for the California educational community and supporters of Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU).
The meeting will be held at the prestigious McLaren Conference Center on the campus of the University of San Francisco. Attendees of the banquet will enjoy musical performances, speeches by distinguished guests, and networking with UCU representatives.
In particular, the event will be attended by the newly appointed rector of the Ukrainian Catholic University, Taras Dobko, who will share his vision and plans for the future of the university. In addition, attendees will hear Ukrainian songs performed by Alina Ilchuk (soprano) accompanied by San Francisco Symphony pianist Peter Grunberg. And also - virtuoso melodies from the popular saxophonist Andriy Lesnichy.
In addition, you can socialize with old friends and meet new colleagues, enjoy cocktails and a delicious dinner.
The banquet will be a fundraiser for UCU, its educational and charitable initiatives. The university continually supports the Ukrainian military and provides opportunities for young Ukrainian students to receive a high-quality education.
Your support is critical to the success of these initiatives and Ukraine. Registration for the event is open at this link.
For reference: Ukrainian Catholic University is located in Lviv, Ukraine. For decades it has been providing high quality education and nurturing true leaders. UCU is open to members of all religious denominations. Also guided by Western and Catholic principles of ethics and transparency, it is a symbol of philanthropy in the educational sector.
Don't miss a unique opportunity to support the important mission of the Ukrainian Catholic University and enjoy the cozy atmosphere of the University of San Francisco.