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April 06, 2016
BENEFITING: USBG NATIONAL CHARITY FOUNDATION
EVENT DATE: Jun 02, 2015
The innaural Negroni Week "Team Negroni" Bicycle Ride benefitting the Helen David Relief Fund in partnership with Campari and the the United States Bartenders' Guild is coming, June 2nd. We are looking to raise funds to assist women in the bar industry who are fighting breast cancer.
On Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015, a group of bartenders and Negroni aficionados will be riding from the Campari America offices in Levi Plaza, San Francisco for a 43 mile bike ride to Tiburon and back.
Each rider is trying to raise a minimum of $250 for the Helen David Relief Fund (a 501c3 charity) through the USBG's National Charity Foundation. PLEASE INDICATE WHICH RIDER YOU ARE SUPPORTING IN THE COMMENT BOX ON THE DONOR FORM. *Please note that 20% of each donation will be allocated to the NCF General Fund. All donations are tax deducitible and in support of a particular rider of Team Negroni.
ABOUT THE HELEN DAVID RELIEF FUND: Tony Abou-Ganim founded the Helen David Relief Fund in honor of his aunt, Helen David. Beating breast cancer twice during her life, Helen David is an inspiration to those living with the disease. In her name, the HDRF assists women in the bar industry who are fighting breast cancer with the same dignity and courage that Helen exemplified throughout her battle and life as a business owner in the bar industry.
ABOUT NEGRONI WEEK: In the summer of 2013, Imbibe Magazine launched Negroni Week, a celebration of one of the world's great cocktails and an effort to raise money for charitable causes around the world. Now in it's third year, Imbibe has teamed up with Campari again to present Negroni Week 2015. From June 1-7, retailers, bars and restaurants around the world will be mixing Negronis and selling Negroni-related items while donating a portion of proceeds from each sale to a charity of their choice. For more information, including a list of participating bars and upcoming events, visit www.negroniweek.com and follow the hashtag #NegroniWeek.