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Join us for a giving event like no udder!
Graze 4 Good celebrates the Twin Cities’ rich culinary community while addressing critical local needs. This unique fundraiser supports Fourth Generation, a program of the Minneapolis Foundation for emerging philanthropists. All proceeds from Graze 4 Good will go directly to grantmaking around this year’s issue: Criminal Justice Reform.
This is no bull. Join us at the Surly Destination Brewery for an intimate food adventure featuring gourmet food paired with Surly beers, a silent auction + prize drawing, and the chance to rub shoulders with six of the Twin Cities’ most in-demand chefs.
*To all our vegetarian cowhands: we will have delicious bites for you, too!!
5:00pm – 6:00pm
Each of the chefs will prepare a legen-dairy bite that will be paired with a specially chosen Surly beer. Tickets are limited to 100 foodies to ensure quality face time with each chef. VIP tickets also include admission to the general event that immediately follows. Come early for this unique experience and stay late for even more incredible food.
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Our guest chefs give us a reason to Graze 4 Good: A chance to taste offerings from these six notable culinary artists in one amazing location. Enjoy a variety of bites prepared by each chef. Two Surly beers are included. The evening will be highlighted by a silent auction of food + entertainment-inspired items!
It would be a huge missed-steak to skip this great food + great philanthropy. It may end pasture Sunday evening bedtime, but trust us: it’s worth it.
The amount of your Graze 4 Good ticket that is deductible for federal income tax purposes is limited to the excess of your ticket price over the value of goods or services provided by the Minneapolis Foundation. For this event, the value of the goods or services received is $20 per General Grazing ticket and $45 per VIP ticket.
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About Fourth Generation
Fourth Generation is an experiential giving program for early and mid-career professionals. Members work together throughout the year to learn about a critical issue, identify promising efforts to address it, and pool their donations to make a bigger impact than they could alone. Members hone their teamwork, analytical, and leadership skills as they:
LEARN about community issues, local nonprofits, smart giving, and how to make grants
SHARE their ideas, talents, and experiences to make a difference
CONNECT with local leaders and other civic-minded professionals
GIVE with other members for greater impact