Proceeds benefit Foundation45
Based on 24 tamales, each worth $66.67
You may remember Jon Daniel from his 24 hour tacothon last year (if not, read about it here or here). Well it’s tamale season, and he’s back for another rendition. 12 hours of tamales will feature a tamale pit stop every 30 minutes for 12 hours straight with the goal of raising money for Dallas-based non-profit Foundation45’s flagship substance abuse recovery program, This is for Jordan: Remix Recovery.
“We’re not your typical suicide, addiction and mental health awareness group. We’re musicians, artists, hospitality industry, and creative types looking to support those in our community struggling with mental illness, suicidal thoughts, addiction, depression and anxiety. We also provide support services for those left struggling with the collateral damage of losing a loved one to suicide.”
Tamale lovers everywhere can make a pledge per tamale stop visited during the event, or make a one-time flat donation in support.
Please help Foundation 45 support this under-served community.
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This campaign benefits
Sparked by the suicide of Spector 45 band members Adam Carter and Frankie Campagna, and inspired by the band’s sole survivor, Anthony Delabano and Frankie’s father, noted Dallas artist Frank Campagna, Foundation 45 is a group of individuals dedicated to starting a conversation with those who are struggling with suicidal thoughts and mental illness and addiction while providing support to those who are left struggling with the collateral damage of losing a loved one to suicide.
Contributions made to this campaign are tax-deductible.View Website