Join IAS Friday, October 20, 2023
Join IAS in Honoring The Cultural Conservancy and Shelterwood Collective with IAS’s 2023 Humanitarian Award
The Key Room, Homeward Bound of Marin
1385 N. Hamilton Parkway
Novato CA 94949
Single ticket: $95
Table of 8: $750
Table of 10: $900
*Registration deadline: Sunday, Oct. 8
If you’d like to sponsor reduced ticket prices for qualifying dinner attendees, donations are greatly appreciated. Thank you!
* If you prefer to make your reservation by mail, you may download this form and mail it in with payment or credit card information.
Attendees will have an opportunity to:
• Celebrate and honor two organizations working on the frontlines of social change
• Come together to cultivate new connections with people across the Bay Area supporting inclusive and healthy communities
• Enjoy a beautiful meal prepared by the Homeward Bound Culinary Institute
• Hear from honorees and inspiring speakers
• Learn more about ways to be involved in efforts to promote social and environmental restoration
Dinner Menu (choice of chicken or vegetarian):
~ Breast of Chicken with Mushrooms & Madeira Sauce (GF)
~ Or Stuffed Poblano Chile with Corn, Roasted Red Bell Pepper & Tomatillo Sauce
*Pepper Jack Cheese available upon request (GF, V)
• Organic Baby Greens with Roasted Beets, Pickled Onions, Roasted Chickpeas
• Wild Rice Pilaf and Braised Garden Swiss Chard
• Roasted Peach with Raspberry Coulis & Toasted Almonds (GF, V)
(GF=gluten free; V=vegetarian)
The Cultural Conservancy
The Cultural Conservancy, a Native-led organization founded in 1985 in San Francisco, works with indigenous communities throughout the Americas and the Pacific to protect and restore Indigenous cultures, empowering them in the direct application of traditional knowledge and practices on their ancestral lands. Among their various programs is “Native Foodways”, a program in which they steward land, grow traditional foods, and gather people together across generations in order to mend the circles within Native communities that have been disrupted by cultural, environmental, and economic destruction.
Shelterwood is a 900-acre Indigenous, Black, and Queer-led community forest and collective of land protectors and cultural changemakers. Shelterwood is based on unceded Southern Pomo and Kashia territory, above what is now called the Russian River in Northern California. Through land stewardship, active forest restoration and wildfire risk reduction, community and cultural organizing, and the development of a community retreat center, the retreat center, the Shelterwood Collective heals interconnected ecosystems.
IAS Humanitarian Award Honorees
Learn more about the history and founders of the IAS Humanitarian Award and Annual Dinner, and read about all past award honorees.