San Francisco City Hall lights up pink

Planned Parenthood turned 100 years old on Sunday, October 16th and we had wonderful centennial celebrations all over the country and Northern California. On Monday, October 17 in San Francisco, City Hall lights went pink in honor of our centennial. Planned Parenthood North­ern California supporters came out in force to celebrate 100 years of care, education, and advocacy. View photos from the event on our Facebook page.

Planned Parenthood North­ern California was presented with several proclamations and resolutions from Mayor Ed Lee, San Francisco Supervisors David Campos, Jane Kim, and Scott Weiner, Senator Mark Leno, and Assemblymember David Chiu. We were also joined by representatives from Leader Nancy Pelosi and Assemblymember Phil Ting’s offices who presented acknowledgements on their behalf.

We were also very pleased to receive a proclamation from the City of Eureka and Contra Costa County Supervisors. Senator Steve Glazer came to visit us in person in Concord on October 26, to deliver his congratulations along with a staff member from the office of Assemblymember Susan Bonilla.