GSN Alert: GiveNOLA Day, May 6th to Support Museum of the American Cocktail

MOTAC SealGive to MOTAC on GiveNOLA Day, May 6th!

The Southern Food & Beverage Museum and The Museum of the American Cocktail are joining the New Orleans nonprofit community tomorrow, May 6th, to participate in GiveNOLA Day, an online fundraising event organized by the Greater New Orleans Foundation. It goes on for a full 24 hours – the campaign starts at 12:01 AM and ends at 11:59 PM (Central). The GNOF has raised over $300,000 to “stretch” all the funds raised on this one day, so this is the perfect time to give and demonstrate your support for SoFAB!

How Do I Donate?

Just visit anytime TOMORROW, MAY 6th, and give what you can. The minimum donation is $10. Tell your friends, join our Facebook event, and help spread the word. The larger your gift, the greater its impact. Additionally, a very generous member of the SoFAB Board of Directors will match your gift on a one-to-one basis up to $5,000.

Why Donate?

The Southern Food & Beverage Museum and The Museum of the American Cocktail are happy to announce we’ll be cutting the ribbon on our new home on September 29, 2014! We’ll continue to document and celebrate the food and drink of all cultures, both in New Orleans and wherever we offer programming around the country, in Los Angeles, Washington, DC, and elsewhere.

Your gift on this day will:

Help SoFAB and MOTAC open our shiny new space with exciting new exhibits.
Help us promote the opening and introduce the collections to new audiences.
Directly support our other programs and divisions, including the SoFAB Culinary Library & Archive and SoFAB Center for Food Law, Policy & Culture.
Keep us dreaming bigger and bigger!

All gifts are 100% tax-deductible. Thank you again for supporting the SoFAB Institute!

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