Teo Torres of KCRA Channel 3 interviewed Ryan Brough of Reason to
Party and Emily Butler of Sacramento Splash to tell the story of
Reason to Party and its novel approach to fundraising: hosting
cutting-edge events that engage emerging leaders.
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Brough described a spectacular night of elegance, entertainment,
dancing and good friends, all in support of a great cause.
“It’s a great way to give a small amount of money and have a
—Ryan Brough, Gala Coordinator, Reason to Party Sacramento
All proceeds from Friday’s Gala will benefit Sacramento Splash, an educational
nonprofit that helps local children experience nature and take an
active role in protecting their environment.
About Reason to Party
Reason to Party Sacramento is the newest outpost of the
highly-successful Reason to Party nonprofit founded in San
Francisco. It harnesses the power of social media and personal
networks to bring together young professionals for spectacular
parties that support good causes.
Reason to Party has become one of California’s hottest young
charities, which has garnered the attention of Forbes Magazine,
NBC, and even Former SF Mayor Gavin Newsom, who declared a
“Reason to Party Day” in San Francisco.
With start-ups happening simultaneously in Los Angeles, New York,
and Sacramento, Reason to Party has become an
internationally-recognized space for the emerging non-profit,
high-tech, artistic, and enterprising cultures to connect, give
back, and share a powerful new reason to party.
About Sacramento Splash
Sacramento Splash is a local nonprofit dedicated to helping local
children understand and value their natural world through
scientific investigation and outdoor exploration.
Splash believes that all children deserve the opportunity to
learn and play in nature. It offers a variety of environmental
science programs designed to introduce Sacramento area kids to
the wonders of science by teaching them about local habitats.
For more information about this outstanding local charity, please
For more information, please contact Emily Butler at (916)
508-7607 or Catherine Mattesich at (916) 799-5152.