This weekend is going to be an intense one, with protests and Women’s Marches and even a performance art piece across the Golden Gate Bridge as the inauguration happens. Some San Francisco businesses are adding their voices to the dissent and offering support to Planned Parenthood and other crucial services and organizations.
From ~BRENDA’S FRENCH SOUL FOOD~: “On Fri Jan 20th and Sat Jan 21st in protest of the incoming presidential administration, the owners of Brenda’s French Soul Food and LIBBY JANE CAFE will be donating 10 percent of all sales to Planned Parenthood and the SFILEN (San Francisco Immigrant Legal and Education Network). At this pivotal point in our country’s history, the owners and managers agreed that any gesture to support anti-hate groups, provide a space of inclusivity, and offer extra support to our immigrant community that the restaurant industry depends so heavily on is vitally important.
“Our goal this weekend is to provide comfort and solace to those who may find themselves on the streets of the Civic Center exercising their freedom of speech, while knowing that they will also be supporting two important cause groups.”
TACOS CALA, the taco shop behind ~CALA~ in Hayes Valley, is generously donating proceeds from taco sales all week (!) to organizations that help preserve our rights, including Planned Parenthood, Human Rights Watch, Centro Legal de la Raza, Horizons Foundation, and the ACLU. Open Mon-Fri 11am-2pm. Hickory Street (behind 149 Fell St.).
There is also this list on Facebook of “California businesses [that] are showing their support for Planned Parenthood and all that it does to provide critical health services and provide responsible family planning. On [Friday] January 20th, companies throughout California are donating proceeds from sales and making other contributions to Planned Parenthood Advocacy and Planned Parenthood Texas, which is on the verge of having its Medicaid funding cut.
“You can show the incoming administration that the people of this great state are with Planned Parenthood and all that it does by opening your wallet and supporting these businesses on Inauguration day. Please check back as the list of participating businesses is growing every day. If you have a business of any type and would like to participate, please email Pamela or Tala.” (Thanks Pamela Busch and Tala Drzewiecki for assembling this amazing list! If you’re in LA, there are some businesses listed as well!)
San Francisco Bi-Rite Market - $1,000 cash donation (3639 18th Street, Mission, and 550 Divisadero, NOPA) Castro Village Wine Company - 10% of sales on 1/20 (4121 19th Street, Castro) Christopher’s Books - 10% sales on 1/20 (1400 18th Street, Potrero Hill) Collage Gallery - 10% sales on 1/20 (1345 18th Street, Potrero Hill) Delfina - (3621 18th Street, Mission) Dig Wine - 100% of Friday night tasting fee. Six wines from Domaine Sigaut in Chambolle-Musigny, $35. (1005 Minnesota Street, Dogpatch) Doc’s Clock - 50% of proceeds from bar on 1/20 (2575 Mission Street, Mission) Dynamo Donut - 10% of sales on 1/20 (2760 24th Street, Mission) El Rio - 100% of proceeds from bar on 1/20 (3158 Mission St, Mission) Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant - 10% of sales on 1/20 (One Ferry Building, #23, San Francisco) Fig & Thistle Wine Bar - 100% of profits from special rosé flight on 1/20 (313 Ivy Street, Hayes Valley) Fox and Lion Bread Company - 10% of pizza sales (5273 Third Street, Bayview) Gratta Wines - 10% of sales on 1/20 (5273 Third Street, Bayview) Jackalope - 100% of tips from 6-9pm on 1/20 (1092 Post Street, Lower Nob Hill) Nectar Wine Lounge - 10% of sales on 1/20 (3330 Steiner Street, Marina) Ona.life - $1 from from every purchase / delivery on Jan 20th - Premium Cannabis Delivery Serving San Francisco + Marin County - (www.ona.life) One Ocean Seafood - 40% of sales from oysters at Ruby Wine Fundraiser (1419 18th Street, Potrero Hill) Provender Coffee and Food - 100% of sales from special pink scone (1415 18th Street, Potrero Hill) Radio Africa - 10% of sales on 1/20 (4800 Third Street, Bayview) Revel Wine - 10% of sales on 1/19 (wine distributor) Ruby Wine - Proceeds from Friday night wine flight (1419 18th Street, Potrero Hill) Sacred Thirst - one case of wine to be raffled off at Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant on 1/20 (wine importer) Scuola di Vino - 10% of sales on 1/20 (wine importer) Terra Firma Wine Company - 10% of all wine delivered on 1/20 (wine distributor) Terroir Wine Natural Wine Bar & Merchant - Proceeds from three wine flight (1116 Folsom Street, SoMa) Trumpet Wine - 10% of sales on 1/20 (wine importer) Umi Sushi - gift certificate to be raffled off at Ruby Wine (1328 18th Street, Potrero Hill) William Cross Wine Merchants - $10 from each Women Winemakers tasting flight (2253 Green Street, Russian Hill)
East Bay Joli Vin Imports - 10% of sales on 1/19 & 1/20 (wine importer) Ordinaire - 10% of sales on 1/20 (3354 Grand Avenue, Lake Merritt) The Punchdown - 10% of sales and personal donation matching (1737 Broadway, Downtown Oakland) Selection Massale - 10% of sales (wine importer) Starline Social Club - 10% of proceeds and 50% of a special pink drink (645 West Grand Street, Downtown Oakland)
Lastly, for those who are gathering at Justin Herman Plaza and marching on Saturday January 21st, WHITECHAPEL will opening early at 2pm to provide a safe and comfortable place to gather before the march, with 100% of the proceeds of their special menu offered that day going to Planned Parenthood. AMAZING. Thank you, Whitechapel. (Tip big, people.) 2pm-5pm. 600 Polk St. at Turk.