Daly to bartend at City Hall, $10+ donation sought

The event is being billed as “Holiday Happy Hour to Benefit the Coalition on Homelessness.” And the location is Supervisor Chris Daly’s office at City Hall.

The event is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 17 from 5 p.m. to 7p.m.

According to the event announcement, “The Coalition on Homelessness has been on the front lines advocating for justice for San Francisco's homeless population since 1987. Never shy to speak truth to power, the Coalition has actively challenged the misguided policies of the Newsom Administration. In retaliation, the Newsom Administration has severely cut into the Coalition's fundraising base.”

Daly has apparently sent out an e-mail blast where he writes: “I will be tending the bar, and a full spread will be available. We're asking you to bring a $10+ for the Coalition.”

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