October 18, 2019

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Wright Enterprises Cares for Community
June 25, 2009


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"The Cornerstone of Wright Enterprises is Community Service.
A strong community yields a good environment for business and pleasure.
Community well-being and productivity go hand in hand.
"

With all due respect to President Barack Obama, "Yes, W.E. Can!"
has been a trademark of Wright Enterprises since 1997,long before the 2008 election.


Thank you for making
Jackie Wright's Jubilee Celebration Community Leadership Fundraiser & Reception
a wonderful event :








Catered by FAZ
of Faz Restuarants

Janice Edwards of NBC 11 was the Mistress of Ceremonies!

It was entertainment with a purpose beyond fun.

Proclamations by Mayor Willie Brown and California State Assemblyman Mark Leno added special significance to the event.

Instead of gifts, a tax-deductible donation was made to One or more of Jackie�s favorite causes:

  • African American Shakespeare Company,
  • Afro Solo Theatre Company,
  • American Conservatory Theatre,
  • American Red Cross,
  • AWRT Belva Davis Diversity Scholarship,
  • Booker T. Washington Community Center
  • Christian City Church San Francisco Axis Caf�/Gallery,
  • Enola D. Maxwell Education Fund,
  • Kamala Harris for District Attorney
  • KALW 91.7FM,
  • Leadership San Francisco,
  • Lorraine Hansberry Theatre,
  • Muscular Dystrophy Association,
  • SFUSD Every Child Can Learn Foundation,
  • Sophie Maxwell�s Re-election Campaign or
  • Volunteer Center of San Francisco.

It's never too late to give a helping hand. Contributions are still being accepted. Give directly to the organization. Go to the web links page or Call Wright Enterprises 415 705-0557 for contact information.

Thank you for visiting this website and remember "celebrate each day."




Former San Francisco Supervisor & Tax Collector, Doris Ward, District Attorney Candidate Kamala Harris, Local Real Estate Agent, Shanda Nolan, Representative for State Assemblyman Mark Leno, Adam Priestly.

Joel Sporer, Conetha Van Aswegen, Phyllis Cameron (Jackie's sister) Janine Young, Elizabeth Bonite, Friends from CCC San Francisco.

Kelly Castagnaro of San Francisco Mayor Willie L. Brown's office reads proclamation with an assist from Emcee Janice Edwards of NBC11.

Then candidate for D.A., Kamala Harris, who is now San Francisco's and California's first African American District Attorney, took the mic for a few words of greeting.

Joe Wright (Jackie's brother) looks on as sister, Phyllis jokes about 8-15 actually being Joe's birthday. Joe was given a special present. After Friday's Community Leadership Fundraiser, Jackie's Jubilee continued with Family and Friends gathered at the Crowne Plaza on Saturday night for Jackie's actual birthday, and a Sunday cake-cutting celebration at Christian City Church San Francisco.

Proclamations from San Francisco Mayor Willie L. Brown Jr. and California State Assemblyman Mark Leno were surprises at Jackie's Jubilee.


Kelly Castagnaro, Jackie Wright, Kamala Harris and Bay Area journalist and broadcast personality, Noah Griffin enjoy a surprise serenade of "Journey to the Past" from singer and songwriter, Candis Wright (Jackie's niece).



Stanley Williams (L) and Quentin Easter (R) of the Legendary Lorraine Hansberry Theatre join Janice Edwards in presenting flowers to Jackie.

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