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Nov. 18th- Seva Foundation dinner to benefit Native American Health

11/13/10 | by slowfoodsf | Uncategorized

In honor of World Diabetes Day and Native American Heritage month, Seva Foundation invites you to dine Thursday, Nov. 18th, at Bissap Baobab Restaurant in San Francisco’s Mission District.  Proceeds from the evening will support Seva’s food revitalization projects in Native American communities nationwide.  Make reservations and bring your friends! You can show up any time throughout the night and 20% of your bill will be donated to Seva’s work. Click here to learn more about this special dinner.

Seva Foundation was formed in 1978 with a mission to alleviate suffering caused by disease and poverty. Their approach is to build partnerships that respond to locally defined problems with culturally sustainable solutions. To learn about their Native American Community Health Program, and others, visit their website!

Edible East Bay recently published an article featuring Seva’s work with Intertribal Friendship House in Oakland, and stories from the Native village of Kiana, Alaska, where Seva is a partner in building ties to bridge food, health, and cultural heritage in the Inupiaq community. Read Reclaiming a Native Harvest.

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