On #GivingTuesday, make a difference one Seafood Throwdown at a Time!

This blog comes from Cynthia Bush, NAMA’s finance and
administrative coordinator and program associate. Cynthia organizes our Seafood
Join NAMA for this 24 hour #GivingTuesday Campaign on
December 1st 2015 and make a difference, one #Seafood Throwdown at a time!
This #GivingTuesday campaign is a crucial piece that would
allow us to continue our outreach through our Seafood Throwdown Events.  

Come join NAMA and help in raising $10,000 in our promise to carry on Seafood
Throwdowns and reach 500,000 more people this upcoming 2016 season!  This
dynamite event called the Seafood Throwdown brings us into so many different
communities reaching diverse audiences creating an outreach that is

A Seafood Throwdown is a friendly cooking competition; the
players in this event are two local chefs, one local mystery fish, one local
emcee, three judges (picked from community) and the audience.  They all
come together to learn about the secret ingredient The Mystery Fish, watch the
cooking show, and end up learning about the threats to our ocean and our
fisheries, finding real tangible ways to do something about it.  Truly
making a difference, one Seafood Throwdown Event at a time!
Please give to our Seafood Throwdowns so we can continue our
road trip to communities everywhere, strengthening our networks and building
new relationships with the people. We can’t get there without you… let’s do
this together and keep spreading the word!

Callie Crossley and Laurie Lufkin co-emceeing the 2010 Boston Local Food Festival Seafood Throwdown
Please partner with us in reaching our goal of $10,000 and
exciting 500,000 more people that will stand up with us. Without your help we
can’t be in as many communities as we are invited. You can make it happen!

Making a difference, one Seafood Throwdown at a time!