A White and Red Spring in San Francisco

A White and Red Spring in San Francisco

Following all the protocols to prevent the spread of Covid19, more than 100 people gathered to help the noble cause of the San Miguel Red Cross. 


The Red Cross made the call in advance, and the event took place on May 1 at San Francisco Vineyard. There, the guest enjoyed no just an equestrian spectacle but also food, wine, a raffle and auction. 


Those invitees started arriving at noon—wearing white—with just a single goal, support the institution; and it is that the revenue from the food, wine and tickets went straight to the Emergencies Coordination of the Red Cross. 


Photographer Juan José Díaz Infante auctioned pictures from his collection around the world, more than 30 pieces were purchased. 


Among the attendees there were Mexicans and Americans, one of them actually said that the paramedic’s service is better in San Miguel than it is in L.A. Also, among the guests were the State Secretary of Tourism Juan José Álvarez Brunell and Interim Mayor Gonzalo González.