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The Notre Dame Alumni Club of San Francisco is dedicated to serving the alumni of the San Francisco Bay Area as well as providing scholarship assistance to incoming Bay Area students.

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Dining Diversity is Back Jan 31st!

Dear SFND Family, Dining Diversity has returned, and we’re back to our original concept. We’ll be doing regular events throughout the Bay Area, with special guests from different cultures, while we break bread together. For our first event of the series reboot, we’ll be dining at Gerry’s Grill, a Filipino restaurant in Union City (right […]

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SFND 2017 Call for Volunteers

It’s a new year. Just as 2017 is a time for many individuals resolve to eat healthier or listen to more podcasts, the Notre Dame Club of San Francisco has a lot of exciting changes coming down the pike. We’ve overhauled our board structure, transitioning to a committee structure. SFND has a lot of goals for […]

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Universal Notre Dame Night 2015

Come join us for drinks, appetizers and a “State of the University” address by Dolly Duffy, ’84, executive director of the Notre Dame Alumni Association and associate vice president for University Relations. Date/Time: Wednesday, September 16 @ 6:30pm – 9:30pm PDT Location: The Terrace Room at Lake Merritt Hotel 1800 Madison Street, Oakland, CA 94612 […]

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Come celebrate the summer at our next Dining Diversity event in the Corona Heights neighborhood of San Francisco on Saturday, August 12. In a twist on our usual format, we’ll be having a host (as opposed to guest) of honor. Zach Koekemoer, the CFO of RichRelevance, will be hosting us at his home for a South African Braai (South African version of barbecue), paired with South African wine. Zach grew up in Franschhoek, a town in South Africa’s Western Cape with centuries-old vineyards and Cape Dutch architecture. He moved to San Francisco from South Africa in 1998, and has been here ever since, except for a couple year stint in New York City. We invite you (and your friends) to come join us for this special event, but read the logistical details carefully, as space is limited.

Here are a few logistical details: The Braai will take place on Saturday, August 12 at 4418 17th Street in San Francisco, with drinks starting at 4:00 pm, and dinner around 5:30 or 6:00 pm. The price for the event (including food and alcohol) is a flat $50 per person. We are limiting this event to 12 people only, and you must be at least 21 years old to attend. If you would like to join us, please email Scott Ellingson at scott.ellingson@impaxlabs.com by the end of the day on Wednesday, August 9. Scott will provide instructions on pre-payment of the $50 per person cost. Note that, because of the limited space, you will not be confirmed until payment is received. Dress code is casual to smart casual. Street parking is available near Zach’s house. If you are planning on taking public transportation, the closest Muni stop is Castro, and the closest BART stop is 16th Street Mission. Although the Castro station is technically walkable distance from Zach’s house, the house is up a very large hill, so I recommend taking Uber/Lyft (from your house or the station) when you arrive (then you can walk down to Castro station afterwards if you want). I would not recommend walking between 16th Street Mission and Zach’s house. If you’d like to go but need transportation, please reach out to Scott by email.
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Dining Diversity - South African Braai

August 12, 2017, 4:00pm - August 12, 2017, 7:30pm

Come celebrate the summer at our next Dining Diversity event in the Corona Heights neighborhood of San Francisco on Saturday, August 12. In a twist on our usual format, we’ll be having a host (as opposed to guest) of honor. Zach Koekemoer, the CFO of RichRelevance, will be hosting us at his home for a South African Braai (South African version of barbecue), paired with South African wine. Zach grew up in Franschhoek, a town in South Africa’s Western Cape with centuries-old vineyards and Cape Dutch architecture. He moved to San Francisco from South Africa in 1998, and has been here ever since, except for a couple year stint in New York City. We invite you (and your friends) to come join us for this special event, but read the logistical details carefully, as space is limited. Here are a few logistical details: The Braai will take place on Saturday, August 12 at 4418 17th Street in San Francisco, with drinks starting at 4:00 pm, and dinner around 5:30 or 6:00 pm. The price for the event (including food and alcohol) is a flat $50 per person. We are limiting this event to 12 people only, and you must be at least 21 years old to attend. If you would like to join us, please email Scott Ellingson at scott.ellingson@impaxlabs.com by the end of the day on Wednesday, August 9. Scott will provide instructions on pre-payment of the $50 per person cost. Note that, because of the limited space, you will not be confirmed until payment is received. Dress code is casual to smart casual. Street parking is available near Zach’s house. If you are planning on taking public transportation, the closest Muni stop is Castro, and the closest BART stop is 16th Street Mission. Although the Castro station is technically walkable distance from Zach’s house, the house is up a very large hill, so I recommend taking Uber/Lyft (from your house or the station) when you arrive (then you can walk down to Castro station afterwards if you want). I would not recommend walking between 16th Street Mission and Zach’s house. If you’d like to go but need transportation, please reach out to Scott by email.

Come join your fellow Notre Dame alumni in person or over the phone for our monthly organizational board meeting! Whether you are interested in getting involved with the club, or simply have feedback you'd like to share with the board - all are welcome!

Call-in number: (712) 770-4010
Access code: 295-426

Agenda:
TBA

Please let me know either via email (sfnd.president@alumni.nd.edu) or in the comments section below if there's anything else you'd like to discuss that's not on the agenda.

Thanks!
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July Board Meeting

July 12, 2017, 6:30pm - July 12, 2017, 7:30pm

Come join your fellow Notre Dame alumni in person or over the phone for our monthly organizational board meeting! Whether you are interested in getting involved with the club, or simply have feedback you'd like to share with the board - all are welcome! Call-in number: (712) 770-4010 Access code: 295-426 Agenda: TBA Please let me know either via email (sfnd.president@alumni.nd.edu) or in the comments section below if there's anything else you'd like to discuss that's not on the agenda. Thanks!

Hey everyone! I know you're dying to get tickets to the Stanford game this fall, here's where you can get them! ...

2017 ND-Stanford Football Game

November 25, 2017, 5:00pm - November 25, 2017, 9:00pm

LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE. THE 2017 ND-STANFORD GAME WILL BE SOLD OUT! We have a limited number of tickets available for the game. Tickets are corner end zone in the ND/Visitor's section. Due to a change in ticket sale policy, we must place our order with Stanford by end of July. Because of the short time frame we will not be limiting ticket orders. To guarantee your purchase of game tickets, place your order ASAP, no later than July 25, 2017. Ticket orders received after this date will not be guaranteed.

About Us

Our club strives to offer a wide range of programs and events in line with the six fundamental tenets of the Alumni Association.

  • Camaraderie

    The Club is where the Notre Dame family feels at home in the SF Bay Area

  • Catholic/Christian Spirituality

    The Club seeks to further Notre Dame’s mission as a premier Catholic university with Club Masses

  • Communication

    The Club communicates with its members and the ND family at large through electronic newsletters and with social media

  • Community Service

    The Club volunteers its time throughout the Bay at locations ranging from soup kitchens to house renovation projects to translational homes for women

  • Continuing Education

    The Club educates its members with the Hesburgh Seminar series, Diversity Dinners and Professional Development Seminars

  • Current Student Support

    The Club serves current students through scholarships which are used toward tuition and Summer Service Learning Program experiences in the Bay Area