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HELLO YOU


THANK YOU FOR COMING TO THE SLASHER SISTERS (danika and nini/hallie) FUNDRAISING INTERNET SPACE!


BAY AREA G.I.R.L.S. ROCK CAMP SERVES OAKLAND BAY AREA YOUTH BY PROVIDING ACCESSIBLE, CREATIVE, EMPOWERING, FUN, AND EDUCATIONAL MUSIC PROGRAMMING. WE BELIEVE IN THE FUNDAMENTAL POWER OF MUSIC TO GATHER FOLKS, EMPOWER YOUNG PEOPLE, AND TRANSFORM COMMUNITIES AND OURSELVES.


BAGRC GIVES YOUNG PEOPLE THE OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD CONFIDENCE, EXPRESS THEMSELVES, AND CONNECT WITH OTHERS ACROSS DIFFERENCE. THESE SKILLS CARRY BEYOND THE TIME THEY SPEND IN OUR PROGRAMS AND HELP THEM IN MANY ASPECTS OF THEIR LIVES.


YOUR SUPPORT ALLOWS US TO CONTINUE PROVIDING THESE PROGRAMS WHILE ALSO SUPPORTING A DIVERSE NETWORK OF PERFORMERS, MUSICIANS, ARTISTS, AND EDUCATORS THAT MAKE UP THE TEACHERS, STAFF, AND VOLUNTEERS AT BAGRC.


THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING A DONATION!


ABOUT DANIKA 

A native San Franciscan, Danika is an artist and passionate advocate for the inclusion of all people in the performing arts. Danika started volunteering at BAGRC in 2013 as a band coach, which lit a fire in her to continue making music accessible to youth whose potential has historically been overlooked. Danika is a vocalist and flutist in her own projects, as well as in collaborations with other local musicians. As a human resources and operations professional with over 7 years of experience, Danika takes pride in helping to shape accessible and inclusive organizational cultures where all people feel valued and seen. As a nonprofit arts administrator, she has worn many hats from producing major events and performances, to finance management, to theater tech, and everything in between.


ABOUT HALLIE

Born and raised in the Bay Area, Hallie attended UC Berkeley where she began examining the relationship between human beings and the environment through the study of sustainable agriculture, urban planning, critical urban theory and the visual arts. This line of inquiry led her to public space design projects in Kibera, Kenya and rebuilding abandoned houses into cultural spaces on Chicago's south side while getting her Masters in Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. She spent 2 years teaching Design and Building to east bay middle school students with Project H Design. Now in the process of becoming a licensed architect, Hallie spends her free time doing BAGRC related activities, teaching at GIRLS GARAGE, drawing, cooking, pizza eating, surfing when possible, and volunteering with Floss Editions. She can play classical piano and harp but hopes to do women's rock camp and start a band soon.



Participants
50%
  • Goal $1,000.00
  • Raised $500.00
Top Donations
  • Anonymous - $500.00
Sponsors
Donor Date Amount Message
Anonymous 4/30/2020 $500.00