Call to Action 2008- last chance to register!

The online silent auction is now live!

We’re looking forward to another extraordinary Call To Action event this Thursday! The morning conference will include luminaries such as litigation pioneer and former San Francisco City Attorney, Louise Renne, nationally-acclaimed elder abuse consultant, Lisa Nerenberg, longtime elder abuse advocate, Helen Karr, Esq.; and dynamic civil rights attorney, Liza De Vries,   In addition, a number of distinguished speakers are slated to speak at the luncheon including the Honorable Bill Lockyer, California State Treasurer; Bob Blancato, Elder Justice Coalition; and Bill Cheney, California/Nevada Credit Union Leagues and the wonderful StageBridge theatre group will perform. All will be presenting informative sessions addressing the latest trends in elder abuse prevention, litigation, legislation and prosecution.

Also, we’re excited to announce that an online silent auction is now live! Visit to bid on a fabulous and diverse collection of elegant wines, exotic New Zealand accommodation, recreation offerings and more! The silent auction will continue at the Call to Action event and bidding will close at midnight on Sunday, April 13, 2008.

Call To Action is expected to sell out, but there are still a few tickets available, so register online today at or call 415.956.5556 to reserve your seat.

Note:  Thanks to our very generous sponsors, a few scholarship seats are still available for low income, or budget-challenged individuals. Call 415-956-5556 for more information.

This is going to be a great day and we look forward to seeing you there!


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