10×10 is a movement that is empowering giving around the globe, starting in Australia and launching in UK, Hong Kong, Canada and most recently the United States in 2018. Please join for our next US event in support of three exceptional charities.

Find out more about 10×10 at www.10x10philanthropy.com








Wednesday, July 10, 2019

6:30 PM – 9:30 PM


465 Pine St

San Francisco, CA 94104

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10×10’s MISSION

To Empower the Next Generation of Giving. On the evening of the event, the three selected charities will pitch to the audience and the Shark, who will question the charities about their cause, organization, business model, impact, etc.


  1. 10 volunteer committee members organize a charity event (1 x venue, 3 x charities, 3 x Sharks, food & drink).
  2. Each committee member invites at least 10 of his or her friends to make a $100 pledge (or more) to attend the event (10×10… get it?) creating a pool of at least $10K.
  3. Upon arrival, each attendee is given ‘Charity Dollars’ equal to the value of their “Pledge.”
  4. On the evening of the event, the three selected charities will pitch to the audience and Shark who will question the charities about their cause, organization, business model and impact, etc.
  5. Each attendee then decides directly who they want to give their ‘Charity Dollars’ to.


Farming Hope is a culinary nonprofit focused on growing leaders. We run a paid, 12-week job training program at our restaurant and garden in San Francisco. We help remove barriers to employment for folks who have experienced homelessness or incarceration. Farming Hope uses food and community as the tools for people to get full-time work and lift themselves out of poverty. As humans, we are all blessed with the power to be leaders: at work, in our food system, in our neighborhoods. Join us in the fight – take the first step and check out our restaurant in the Mission for food that is sustainable, nourishing, and organic.

RE-volv is a nonprofit organization with a mission to empower people and communities to invest collectively in renewable energy to create a healthier environment and strengthen local economies. RE-volv supports clean energy through crowdfunding to put solar panels on community serving nonprofit organizations. As these organizations pay RE-volv back, RE-volv reinvests the money into more solar projects in communities across the country. RE-volv wants to see people-funded renewable energy in every community across the country, which is what gave birth to the pay-it-forward model for solar energy – so every donation can go further, build more solar, and strengthen more communities around the United States.

Miracle Messages is a nonprofit reunion service for our neighbors experiencing homelessness to reconnect with their loved ones. Our award-winning problem-solving tool is simple and effective: a person isolated by homelessness records a short video, audio, or text message to a family member or friend, often with the help of a caseworker at a partner site or a trained volunteer. Then, our global network of “digital detectives” attempt to locate the loved one and deliver the Miracle Message.

We offer a humane way to help end homelessness: reconnect families, shatter stigmas, and empower local residents and partners to get involved. To date, Miracle Messages has reunited 201 families, with an average time disconnected of 20 years, using our mobile app, online and paper-based referral forms, and 1-800-MISS-YOU hotline. 82% of delivered messages have been positively received, and dozens of reunions have resulted in getting a client off-the-streets, all at a fraction of the cost of other interventions.

We believe that everyone is someone’s somebody. Our work has been featured in 500+ publications, including the New York Times, NPR, on a billboard in Times Square, and NowThis (26 million views). Founder Kevin F. Adler started Miracle Messages in honor of his uncle, who lived on-and-off the streets for 30 years. We are on a mission to end relational poverty on the streets and, in the process, inspire people everywhere to embrace their homeless neighbors not as problems to be solved, but as people to be loved.

Join us | Donate | TED talk | Watch one of our videos


Joe Hollendoner, MSW

Joe came to SFAF with more than 15 years of experience in the field of HIV, having served as First Deputy Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health, the nation’s third-largest health department. Prior to his work in the public sector, Joe was in executive leadership roles at Chicago’s two largest private HIV services providers: AIDS Foundation of Chicago and Howard Brown Health. At AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Joe served as senior vice president and oversaw the agency’s $15 million portfolio of HIV prevention, care, housing and evaluation programs. During his 11-year tenure at Howard Brown Health, Joe first worked as a health educator and was eventually named chief program officer with the responsibility of overseeing all of the agency’s health promotion and social service programs for LGBTQ youth, adults and seniors.

Joe has dedicated much of his career to improving direct health service delivery to marginalized populations. In 2004, Joe was the founding director of the Broadway Youth Center, the first of its kind health center for LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness. He was later named a 2010 Community Health Leader by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for his leadership in the creation of the Center. Joe also served as program director for the first successful adaptation of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention intervention for young transgender women of color, assisted in the development of Nigeria’s first HIV prevention centers for gay and bisexual men, and created new behavioral health programs for childhood survivors of sexual assault, mentally-ill adults being released from jail, and family members of homicide victims.

Joe received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in social work from the University of Illinois at Chicago with a focus in community development, public policy and organizational leadership. He continued his postgraduate education at DePaul University in the field of public health and is a 2016 fellow of the University of Chicago’s Civic Leadership Academy.

Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider

Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider is a physician, philanthropist and speaker. She works as an internist practicing hospital medicine at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. She received her medical degree from Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, OR and completed residency at California Pacific Medical Center where she is now on the teaching faculty and serves on the Executive Board of the Foundation Board of Trustees. She is an LP in Trucks Venture Capital Fund.

Recently Named:

  • 2018 40 Under 40 by the San Francisco Business Times
  • Becker’s Hospital Review Rising Stars: 90 Healthcare Leaders under 40
  • Huffington Post’s 99 “Limit Breaking Female Founders”
  • 2018 Woman of the Year by Women Healthcare Executives of Northern California


Please join us at the Atlassian US headquarters, centrally located in the heart of San Francisco’s financial district. The recently remodeled office space is a designers dream — airy, open spaces, decked with locally curated art, lounge seating, and an outdoor patio that offers stunning skylines views!

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