Community Services Agency’s Young Professionals group is scheduled to host its inaugural Empty Glasses networking event 1-4 p.m. May 18 at Portola Vineyards, 850 Los Trancos Road, Portola Valley.
The event is geared toward professionals in their 20s, 30s and 40s living and working in the Bay Area who want to get more involved in the community. CSA’s Young Professionals group is an action-oriented service organization for those who want to address the issues of hunger, poverty and homelessness through volunteering, fundraising and serving as community ambassadors. CSA’s vision is that the networking group will help build a framework for creating a high-impact, customized social responsibility program.
“I’m happy to be working with CSA and getting involved in the community,” said Nicole Schreiber, Young Professionals group leader. “I’m looking forward to bringing more people into our group with this event.”
According to CSA Executive Director Tom Myers, the Empty Glasses event aims to get younger people more involved in their communities while enjoying a fun, social activity.
“The CSA Young Professionals group represents the future leadership of our organization, as well as future leaders in our community,” he said. “Their networks also help us reach out to new donors to help our programs continue.”
Tickets – $35 per person – include a tour of the winery and wine tasting with cheese pairings.
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For more information on CSA, visit csacares.org.