Give What You Can Day - November 28th, 2017

by Kathy Floyd 24th November 2017

 

Slow Food USA is offering another "Give What You Can" day which enables you to join Slow Food for any amount. The link will only work on Nov. 28th, so don't forget to sign up!

 

New benefits for 2018 will include reduced rates at events for members.  And don’t forget those free annual events for Members Only.  2018 will be full of new and exciting events including a hands-on pie making class coming up in January.

 

On #GivingTuesday, Nov. 28, a donation of any amount to Slow Food USA will make you a member! We want Slow Food membership accessible to everyone, so resist the commercials for Black Friday and become a member of Slow Food: https://www.slowfoodusa.org/giving-tuesday

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Friday, 24th November 2017, 09:22pm.
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