One805, honoring our First Responders while raising much needed funds for emergency equipment, counseling services and survivor relief.

Additional Ticket Information Below. Advance tickets only, no sales at the gate.

Fraud alert!  Beware of people claiming to collect money on our behalf.  Donate only on this website or send a check made out to Santa Barbara Firefighters Alliance and mail to: SB Figherfighters Alliance, c/o Mary Bahnken/One805/Kick Ash Bash, P.O. Box 3776, Santa Barbara CA 93130

 

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To date, One805 has raised more than $1.2 million and distributed funds for two urgently-needed mobile command centers, as well as professional counseling services for first responders emotionally affected by the disaster.  All funds raised will be routed through the Santa Barbara Firefighters Alliance. A beneficiary committee, comprised of first responders from County Fire, City Fire, Montecito Fire, Carpinteria/Summerland Fire, City Police, CHP and the Sheriff Departments will then determine the allocation of funds and equipment purchases. Direct Relief International will determine funds for survivor relief. 

Funds benefit Santa Barbara Police, Montecito Fire, Carpinteria/Summerland Fire, Santa Barbara City & County Fire, Santa Barbara Sheriff, Direct Relief and Santa Barbara Equine Assistance and Evacuation Team

 
 
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THE KICK ASH BASH

A Gratitude Event for First Responders 2/25/18

12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Ticket Information:  Main Event: 12-6pm
Adults: $250
Children 6-14 $50, Children 5 and under Free

Day tickets entitle one to all activities during the day and evening.

Advance tickets only, no sales at the gate.
The After-Bash is $100 and only 21 and over

If Santa Barbara County issues an evacuation warning due to a weather event within 24 hours of the One805 Kick Ash Bash, then it will be canceled.

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Honoring the men and women of Fire, Police, Sheriff and CHP

On the 25th February, One805 will treat First Responders and guests to an exciting day of live musical performances, family activities, and exhibits by local response agencies. The majority of tickets will be donated to First Responders and their families. Any remaining tickets will be available to the public for purchase online.

Featuring: Alan Parsons & Friends: Billy Baldwin, Katherine McPhee, David Foster, Dishwalla, Don Johnson, Kenny Loggins, Richard Marx, Steve Vai,The Sisterhood Band, Wilson Phillips and special guests!

Master of Ceremonies - Dennis Miller

Kids attractions include: Amber, Iris and T.J. from Disney's Andi Mack Show, Sea Center Touch Tank, Search & Rescue Dogs, Face Painting, Duncan the Dinosaur, Smokey the Bear & Sparky the Fire Dog, Obstacle Course, 3 helicopters, 2 fire engines & a squad car!

Santa Barbara County First Responders please contact your agency representative for ticket allocation. First responders from all other areas please contact Santa Barbara Police Officer Greg Hons  (ghons@sbpd.com)  to be put on the waiting list for space-available tickets. Tickets are limited but we will try to accommodate as many out-of-area requests as possible.  Thank you for your interest and your service to the community!

The After Bash!

February 25th 7-10pm

After party featuring Robby Krieger, of The Doors, playing their music on The Doors 50th Anniversary!! Plus, Iration, DJ’s, Zeke Monarrez & Suzanne Boisvert, DJ Matt Moore, special guests and complimentary food and bar.

(21 and older)

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One805 wishes to show our deep appreciation for the generosity of our corporations, local foundations and individuals. We give our heartfelt thanks to our sponsors.

PRESENTING SPONSOR

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Provided funding for two Mobile Command Centers for Santa Barbara Police and Fire departments

MAIN STAGE SPONSORS 

Nora McNeely Hurley and Michael Hurley, Manitou Foundation

 
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“First responders care for our families, now let’s care for theirs.”

The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara, in partnership with the ONE805 Bash, has established a scholarship fund for children of first responders. The ONE805 Scholarship Fund will support first responders’ families by providing scholarships to students pursuing college, graduate, and technical school, as well as free financial aid advising.   One hundred percent of donated funds will go directly to students. To contribute to the fund or learn more about The Scholarship Foundation, visit www.sbscholarship.org or contact Raissa Smorol, Director of Development at rsmorol@sbscholarship.org.