Soroptimist International of San Francisco Celebrates Nearly A Century Of Helping Women & Girls
Soroptimist has been improving the lives of women and girls for nearly a century. The organization's president, Shannon Sutherland talks to BAF about their upcoming fundraiser, happening May 4 at Recology. For tickets and info go to sfsoroptimist.org

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Soroptimist International of San Francisco Celebrates Nearly A Century Of Helping Women & GirlsSoroptimist has been improving the lives of women and girls for nearly a century. The organization's president, Shannon Sutherland talks to BAF about their upcoming fundraiser, happening May 4 at Recology. For tickets and info go to sfsoroptimist.org
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