Save the Date: June 24-30, 2019!

In 2018, Negroni Week Raised
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Save the date! In just a few months, bars and restaurants around the world will once again join forces to celebrate one of the most iconic cocktails while raising money

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Thanks to nearly 10,000 bars and restaurants around the world, Negroni Week 2018 raised $585,879 in donations! That means to date, Negroni Week has raised almost $2 million for charitable

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Download the 2018 Charity Guide

The Negroni Week Charity Guide, sponsored by Beefeater Gin, is an easy, downloadable list of the amazing charitable organizations we've partnered with for Negroni Week 2018.

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Charity Spotlights

Rainbow Kitchen Community Services is committed to improving the quality of life for low-income families and individuals in Pennsylvania through programs that address hunger, child nutrition and supportive services.

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Lambda Legal is committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and everyone living with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work.

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The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy is responsible for the establishment, improvement, operation, maintenance, security, programming and expansion of the Detroit RiverWalk and associated green spaces. Read more about them here.

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Negronis At Home

Photo: Courtesy of Dustin Miller

The Red Light Negroni is a cheeky homage to the Red-light District in Amsterdam, the birthplace over 350 years...

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Photo: Courtesy of Mazama Wares

A beachy play on the classic, this Negroni riff from Meghan Wright of Mazama Wares features soft Lillet Blanc...

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Photo: Courtesy of Lara Ferroni

The Sbagliato (mitsaken in Italian) is said to be the result of a busy bartender mistakenly using sparkling wine...

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