trepwork For Good
trepwise co-hosts “Pay It Forward” Happy Hour Event Series with Eiffel Society to Benefit Local Non-Profits
New Orleans (August 2018) – Local consulting firm, trepwise, is partnering with Eiffel Society to co-host “trepwork for good” – a philanthropic event series highlighting eight local non-profits with four “Pay it Forward” Happy Hours, one each month from August through November, to increase awareness and fundraising opportunities for each participating organization.
The “Pay it Forward” Happy Hours will take place at Eiffel Society, 2040 Saint Charles Avenue, once a month from 6 to 8 p.m. showcasing two local non-profits at each event. Happy hour prices will be available all night long with $3 beers, $5 house wine, $6 well cocktails + signature cocktails specials. Come thirsty as 20 percent of the bar proceeds will be split by both organizations, which will also be collecting suggested donations at the door. Each organization will have the opportunity to address the crowd and bring their own fundraising tactics to each event. All trepwork for good events are FREE to attend (although charitable donations are always encouraged) and are all-ages, so bring the family.
The first “trepwork for good” event will have a “Back to School” theme and will be held on be Tuesday, August 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. showcasing two education-based non-profits, Brothers Empowered to Teach and STEM NOLA. Guests can enjoy “The Bruh” – a rum-based specialty cocktail for only $7.
September’s theme is “Community Sustainability” and will support the Urban Conservancy and Friends of Lafitte Greenway on Wednesday, September 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. The following month, arts and culture organizations will be the focus of the happy hour event with the Arts Council of New Orleans and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra taking the spotlight on Wednesday, October 24, from 6 to 8 p.m.
The final “trepwork for good” Pay it Forward Happy Hour will be Wednesday, November 14, from 6 to 8 p.m., with the theme of “Feed it Forward” in the spirit of Thanksgiving and will highlight Love & Action Outreach and Broadmoor Improvement Association, both of which have food banks that serve the community.
“This was a great opportunity to not only showcase our local, non-profit clients, but also to contribute to our community in a more obvious way,” said Blake J. Stanfill, Director of Growth at trepwise. “We are grateful to Eiffel Society for partnering with us to host these events that allow these great organizations a fundraising platform and an opportunity to generate exposure for their work.”
About trepwise, llc
trepwise was founded in 2013 with the mission of being a growth catalyst for entrepreneurial cities. Today it is a robust advisory team with broad cross-functional knowledge. trepwise advisors are well-educated, passionate individuals with experience working with hundreds of organizations here in New Orleans and beyond. The team has led non-profit boards, entered new markets, conceptualized innovative products, and built well-aligned teams. The firm continues to do whatever it takes to maximize the value of its work to clients.
The company’s client portfolio is a mix of organizations, from the for-profit, non-profit and public sectors, from virtually every industry, including education, financial services, food & hospitality, technology, the arts, faith-based institutions and many more. Since trepwise works with a variety of organizations across the local economy, the team has a breadth of knowledge of both the unique challenges facing each, as well as how learning can be disseminated to effectively problem solve.
Located in Central City on Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard, trepwise is a for-profit, values based, and mission driven company. It uses innovative approaches to scale and sustain organizations by providing practical and creative solutions. trepwise provides clients across all sizes, sectors, and industries with the pathways to organizational capacity building in the fields of: Marketing, Finance, Operations, Organizational Culture, Leadership Development, Governance, Strategic Planning, and Impact Measurement.
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