RSVP available after 12/22/13
Well men, you gave us a hand getting it up, now it's time to take it down. Join BRIDGEMEN and Rainbow World Fund for the PM shift as we help take down the Tree of Hope in City Hall. We'll be there to carefully remove lights and origami cranes, hand made by BRIDGEMEN and others from around the world. Coffee, breakfast and the company of your fellow BRIDGEMEN will help to round out the holiday season and kick-off a new and wonderful year of service to the community.
** Created by Rainbow World Fund as a gift from the LGBT community to the world, the World Tree of Hope is the largest origami decorated holiday tree in the world. Standing at 25 feet tall the tree is decorated with over 12,000 origami cranes and stars, hand folded and inscribed with wishes for the future of the world. The World Tree of Hope is created each year as a symbol of global unity to promote peace, love and humanitarianism.
Sunday, January 5, 2014 | 10:00am - 1:00pm
San Francisco City Hall (Service Entrance to the Left), 161 Grove Street