This event organized by Larkin Street -
San Francisco’s Larkin Street Youth Services is an internationally recognized leader in providing effective housing, education, employment and health services to at-risk, homeless and runaway youth. Larkin Street reaches youth ages 12 – 24 through its various sites and programs.
A Benefit Performance for Dimensions Youth Clinic in Memory of Michael Baxter
Thursday, July 23, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
This benefit performance of And Now, No Flip Flops?! a one woman show by Eliza Gibson (trailer) will raise funds for theDimensions Youth Clinic.
Meet Eliza: divorced with an ex-wife she couldn't legally marry and cross-country co-custody of their 72 pound dog. Her search for a way to breathe again takes her from indoor sky diving to drill team tryouts, to making fish flashcards and yes, to losing her favorite flip flops.
Created in part by the work of the late Michael Baxter, a visionary for adolescent medical services in San Francisco, Dimensions Clinic was founded in 1998 as a collaboration of 5 San Francisco-based organizations: HIFY, Larkin Street, LYRIC, New Leaf, and SFDPH. Dimensions mission is to increase the physical and mental health and wellness of LGBTQIQ young people in a culturally competent environment.
SPONSORS: Health Initiatives for Youth, Larkin Street Youth Services, LYRIC, and The SF LGBT Center.
For more information about Eliza Gibson, click here.