Encinitas CA— TheCaliLife Gallery & Photography Studio Fire Fundraiser at Pandora’s Pizza was a success! The event, Saturday, October 19, raised nearly $4,000. All the proceeds benefit the artists who lost their work in the September 30 fire at North Coast Highway 101 and Daphne Street in Leucadia.
Embraced by the community, the Fire Fundraiser was well attended by approximately 200 guests who enjoyed a wonderful evening of art, food, family and fun. TheCaliLife Gallery & Photography Studio owner Greg Cali said:
“I was taken back by all of the love and support there was that night for TheCaliLife Gallery. I’m grateful to Pandora’s Pizza for being willing to host and for my friends, family and community for helping my artists and myself through this time. It was an incredible event.”
Photos: Greg Cali
Pandora’s was the perfect venue for the fundraiser, as it already had Cali’s artwork on some of its walls when the fire occurred. Pandora’s owner Craig Leslie commented:
“It was a spectacular night. It was incredible to see the amount of love and support San Diego has for its artists and community in times of need.”
The Fire Fundraiser exhibited many of the artists work. TheCaliLife Photography, Cali’s line of photography, will continue to adorn the walls throughout Pandora’s Pizza on a temporary basis.
The majority of the artwork is displayed in the loft that features a gallery-like vibe, making it the perfect “home for the holidays”.
The community is invited to view the vibrant art during Pandora’s regular business hours from 11:30 am to 9:00 pm daily. Pandora’s is located at 828 North Coast Highway 101, Suite G, in Leucadia.
For more information, visit TheCaliLife Gallery & Photography Studio at thecalilifegallery.com
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