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The 100 Men Hall’s mission is to promote and preserve the hall, a centuries’ old nexus of social justice and artistic expression for a population historically denied access to both, in the Jim Crow South. Today, the hall fosters civic participation in a variety of causes to promote the greater common good, supporting creative expression and activist art for women and men who have struggled to find a mainstream connection due to their social or artistic convictions, or minority status. Those familiar with the Hall consider it a beloved community treasure; those learning about it for the first time are instantly captivated by its storied past.

The Hall has enlarged the original mission of supporting the African American community to celebrate and elevate those cultures that seldom have the spotlight. The Matzo Ball is a inclusive holiday celebration usually held on the 8th night of Hanukkah where we light a dozen menorahs and a tiki menorah outside, a chef prepare Jewish deli food such as potato latkes and salmon, and Meryl Zimmerman & The Miracles perform on stage all the best holiday songs. 

This is a wonderful community event that attracts a diverse crowd of people who enjoy coming together to experience the festival of lights. 

Matzo Ball sponsor: $2000

-sponsor logo and name included on website, marketing flyers and all materials printed or digital

-logo featured on mailings

-opportunity for sponsor to speak at event

-four free tickets and a table for four

The historic 100 Men Hall is a 501c3 federal nonprofit and any donation over $250 may be tax deductible. 

To sponsor, please contact Rachel Dangermond, Director, 100 Men Hall at and cell: 415.336.9543. 

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