A Culinary Affair

November 11, 2013 by  
Filed under Dr. Wright Live (Events)

Nikki Hoard, the founder of the PASH Foundation, is seeking donations for ‘A Culinary Affair’, a November 14th fundraising event benefiting the victims and families of Alzheimer’s disease. She created the PASH Foundation in honor of her mother who passed away in 2009 at the age of 60 after being diagnosed with the disease at the age of 54. As a result of the disease, Nikki’s mother was no longer able to speak, recognize any family or friends, eat, drink, and all of her internal organs had shut down.

After losing her mother to the disease, Nikki has made it her mission to save lives by creating awareness, educating people on Alzheimer’s prevention strategies and raising money to build a facility that will cater to people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, stroke victims, and other patients who need assistance.

 

Donors for ‘A Culinary Affair With Chef Coe’ will receive various perks including the following:

  • Advertising on all event, media, social media communications
  • PASH Foundation Special Recognition at event
  • Recognition in all gift bags
  • Complimentary “A Culinary Affair” tickets for your staff / guests
  • Complimentary Gift Bags for your guests
  • Complimentary bottles of wine of your choice featured from wine pairing

All contributions are tax-deductible as a gift to a charitable organization.

Learn more by clicking here: www.PASHfoundation.org, donations@PASHfoundation.org, or by sending an e-mail to nikki@PASHfoundation.org. Please Note: Donations of $50 or more will automatically receive a “Cooking With Coetry” Souvenir event wine glass autographed by Chef Coe himself. Gift bags opportunities are also available.

 Donations can be sent online or mailed to:

        PASH Foundation

12115 Magnolia Blvd., Ste 24, Valley Village, CA 91607

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Brooklyn Warehouse raises $21,000 in 60 days

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In just 60 days, its first time using crowd funding, they got 103 contributors who helped the Windsor Street eatery raise $21,450, or 71 per cent, of the original goal.

The money is earmarked to help cover a $30,000 renovation that once complete, will replace the restaurant’s summer patio with a permanent, all-season atrium and nearly double the seating capacity.

Donors could pitch in anywhere from $10 to $2,500 and receive, in turn, an equally valued meal, company clothing or permanent recognition on a wall. A $100 donation, for example, earned dinner for two from a featured menu created by chef Mark Gray and the donor’s signature displayed on the wall of supporters.

They were growing and needed business expansion. On their blog they state donations are still being accepted and the renovations are on track.

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What’s Illegal About Crowd Funding?

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People say you can not do general solicitation.
If you are trying to sell securities by general solicitation, then you are doing something which
violates SEC rules.

SEC RULES

One of the conditions of Rule 506 is the ban on general solicitation. The ban on general solicitation is described in accompanying Rule 502 and provides:

Limitation on manner of offering. Except as provided in Rule 504(b)(1), neither the issuer nor any person acting on its behalf shall offer or sell the securities by any form of general solicitation or general advertising, including, but not limited to, the following:

Any advertisement, article, notice or other communication published in any newspaper, magazine, or similar media or broadcast over television or radio; and
Any seminar or meeting whose attendees have been invited by any general solicitation or general advertising;

Your Crowd funding can not be about offering shares of your business. Talk with your attorney on how
to structure it.