Welcome to Negroni Week, presented by Imbibe Magazine and Campari. Imbibe launched Negroni Week in 2013 as a celebration of one of the world’s great cocktails and an effort to raise money for charities around the world. Since 2013, Negroni Week has grown from about 120 participating venues to over 12,000 venues around the world, and to date, they have collectively raised nearly $3 million for charitable causes.
With the COVID-19’s global spread resulting in continuing and widespread bar and restaurant closures, and with countries and communities implementing different sets of rules and restrictions for reopening, Negroni Week 2020 has shifted its focus in accordance. In 2020, Negroni Week (September 14-20) will be a virtual event, enabling everyone to celebrate safely by enjoying a Negroni at home. Negroni Week’s fundraising goals are also shifting, focusing 100 percent on supporting the hospitality industry, which has suffered devastating losses as a result of the global pandemic.
NegroniWeek.com will continue as a hub for this year,’s initiative with a focus on these fundraising efforts. We will also be celebrating throughout Negroni Week via Imbibe and Campari’s social media channels (@imbibe, @campariofficial, and @campariUSA) and, of course, through the #NegroniWeek hashtag.
We hope that you will join us in celebrating this year, as safely as possible. And, of course, be sure to mix yourself a Negroni!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the dates of this year's Negroni Week?
September 14-20, 2020
How do I participate in Negroni Week as a bar or restaurant?
For 2020, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting bar closures, restrictions and virus spikes around the world, Negroni Week has gone digital to ensure that everyone can celebrate safely at home. There will be no bar registration or venue finder on NegroniWeek.com. Instead, Negroni Week is focusing efforts this year on fundraising for the hospitality industry, which has suffered devastating losses due to the ongoing pandemic. If you would like to participate in this fundraising or see which charities are receiving donations, head to the homepage. Donations and a list of 2020 charity partners will be on the site around September 1.
How do I find out which Venue/Bar/Restaurants are participating?
Because there is no bar registration for Negroni Week this year, there is no venue/bar finder on the website. For 2020, Negroni Week is focusing efforts on fundraising for the hospitality industry, so if you would like to support those efforts, please donate via the homepage. Donations will be open on the site around September 1.
What types of payments do you accept for donations?
Donations must be made online via the negroniweek.com site, and you can use all major credit cards. All donations are processed through GoFundMe in US dollars, so if you make a donation from outside of the US, the amount will automatically be converted to your currency on your credit card statement. You can click here for more information on how GoFundMe works.
How much of my donation goes to the charity I chose?
After applicable transaction fees (2.9% plus $0.30 per donation), the rest of your donation will go to your chosen charity.
Can I make more than one donation?
Absolutely! You can make as many donations as you’d like.
Can I make a donation with cash or a check?
No. We can only accept donations via credit card payment on negroniweek.com.
Can I change my charity after I've made a donation?
No. Once you select your charity and process your donation, that donation is final and you cannot change your charity.
Is my donation tax-deductible?
Donations are tax-deductible in accordance with the laws in each state/country. Refer to your local tax consultant for more information.
When will the charities receive their donations?
Once Negroni Week is over and all donations have been collected via the Nergoni Week website, the funds will be distributed to the charities as per the terms of GoFundMe.
How are the charitable organizations chosen for Negroni Week?
This year, in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic and the devastating impact it has had on bars and restaurants, all of our charitable partners are organizations providing support and assistance to hospitality workers. We are using GoFundMe to process all donations this year, so organizations must be located in a country supported by the GoFundMe platform.
How can I recommend a charity for possible inclusion in the future?
We’d love to hear your suggestions! Email us at [email protected] with information about the organization you’re recommending.
I'm a consumer—can I make a donation on the website?
Yes! For the first time, we are accepting donations from consumers. Starting around September 1, anyone, anywhere will be able to make a donation on NegroniWeek.com to any of the organizations listed on the site. You can also show your support by purchasing Negroni Week items in our shop.
- Where can I find Negroni-inspired cocktail recipes?
What's in a classic Negroni?
It’s equal parts gin, Campari and sweet vermouth. Get The Full Recipe
How can I submit a Negroni-inspired recipe?
On the Contact page you will find a form to submit your recipe. We’ll happily consider it for inclusion on the Negroni Week website, as well as the Imbibe website. A great photo is a bonus, so please include one if you have it.
Can I buy a Negroni Week T-shirt?
Yes! Click here to get your very own official Negroni Week shirt. During Negroni Week 2020, $5 of every shirt order goes to the Restaurant Worker’s Community Foundation. We’ve also partnered with Hedley & Bennett on a special-edition Negroni Apron, and during Negroni Week 10% of each apron is donated to Hot Bread Kitchen.
How do I subscribe to Imbibe Magazine?
Simply head to imbibemagazine.com/nw-sub. During Negroni Week, $5 of every subscription sale will go to one of our official charity partners.