what the people are saying.
Sure, we could toot our horn all day but no one likes that guy. We would rather you discover what Celebrate for Good is all about based on what the local folks are saying. Check out a few of the features on Celebrate for Good below!
This is Tucson: Throw a pop-up concert in your living room, more than half the cost goes to charity
Giving back just got more fun thanks to Celebrate For Good, a local company aimed at fusing memorable experiences and philanthropy.
Celebrate For Good offers experiences like a pop-up concert in your living room, cooking classes and dinner parties. The price of your experience has a donation calculated in...
‘Barrio Sandwiches’ To Feature Barrio Bread’s Don Guerra & Pop-Up Tucson’s Riley Chandler at Temple of Music & Art
How far can sandwiches be elevated as a food? While the bologna sandwich on plain white bread has its own merits, a well-made Cubano on quality bread is a game-changer.
Tucson Foodie: Soul Food Soiree at Agustin Kitchen to Benefit Ben’s Bells April 23
Philanthropy event company Celebrate for Good is hosting an evening of soul food to benefit the Ben’s Bells Project at Agustin Kitchen from 4 – 7 p.m. on Sunday, April 23.
The soirée will be the first of Celebrate for Good’s three public events in 2017. Guests will sit in AK’s Cabinet Room to enjoy live courtyard music and their signature Sunday Night Fried Chicken and Spiked Sweet Tea.
This is Tucson: Change the world as you celebrate
For the philanthropist bride, have Celebrate for Good plan your party. All you do is choose the type of experience you want — from a girls night in to a dive-in movie, rooftop dinner party or something completely different — and a cause you wish to support and they take care of the rest.
The cost pays for all expenses, including food, location and donation.