SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITIES LARGEST ON CAMPUS BENEFIT CONCERT
PRESENTED BY SFSU ALPHA KAPPA PSI
HeartBeats Benefit Concert at San Francisco State University is a benefit concert held annually at the Annex located on the north end of the university. HeartBeats is aimed provide a quality benefit concert that spreads awareness of our cause while simultaneously bringing SFSU students and neighboring universities together.
2019 marks the 3rd HeartBeats Benefit Concert - Stay tuned for upcoming announcements!
CITY OF HOPE
City of Hope is a private, not-for-profit clinical research center, hospital and graduate medical school located in Duarte, California, United States.
City of Hope is best known as a cancer treatment center. It has been designated a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the National Cancer Institute. City of Hope has also been ranked one of the nation's Best Cancer Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report for over ten years and is a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network.
ORG. FOR AUTISM RESEARCH
OAR is an organization founded and led by parents and grandparents of children with autism, who serve as the Board of Directors providing leadership, life experience, and heart.
They strive to make a difference in the daily lives of persons with autism and their families. Most notably, they publish a series of practical, evidence-based guidebooks; maintain targeted, supportive websites; offer scholarship opportunities for undergraduate students, and also provide resources specifically for military families impacted by autism.
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION NETWORK
EARLY 2019 (UPCOMING)
The Wildlife Conservation Network non-profit organization that partners with conservationists from around the world and is dedicated to developing community-based projects that help wildlife and people co-exist. WCN does this by providing its partners with capital, strategic capacity-building services, training, and operational support. WCN has been given a number one rating amongst wildlife conservation charities, with four stars and a perfect 100 score, on Charity Navigator.