Little Jim Club
About The Little Jim Club
The Little Jim Club is an incorporated, non-profit, all volunteer organization whose purpose is to raise funds to support pediatric and neonatal programs and equipment at California Pacific Medical Center. Specifically, the organization raises funds for experimental, under-funded or non-funded programs so that needy families receive critical care for their children.
Currently the money raised by The Little Jim Club helps children with diagnoses such as Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, Learning Disabilities, Speech and Language Delay, Down Syndrome, and chromosomal abnormalities. The Little Jim Club has funded children's hospital programs in San Francisco for over 114 years and hosts the oldest black tie ball in San Francisco.
About the Mardi Gras Ball
The Mardi Gras Ball has been a San Francisco tradition since 1955 and is produced entirely by the volunteer members of The Little Jim Club. This popular fundraising event attracts candidates from all walks of life to compete for the honor of Mardi Gras Ball King or Queen, an honor awarded to the candidate who raises the most money for the club, benefiting CPMC pediatrics programs. The Little Jim Club is currently providing funding assistance to CPMC's Kalmanovitz Child Development Center.
For more information
To learn more about the Little Jim Club, their fundraising activities and events, visit their website at www.ljcsf.orgOpens new window, or contact:
The Little Jim Club
Community Relations Manager
2015 Steiner Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94115
To make a gift to the Little Jim Club, visit their website at www.ljcsf.orgOpens new window.