Roc The Day & Give to 540WMain on #GivingTuesday

A 540Monthly Membership ensures that we are able to create and curate low cost/high impact content and programming rooted in the antiracism, arts & culture, and wellness. If you love 540WMain consider becoming a 540Monthly Member today!

On this #GivingTuesday we are asking you to help support the work of 540WMain with a financial contribution.

Today is ROC the Day – 24 hours of our community giving back to their favorite causes. Today we are asking you to help support the work of 540WMain with a financial contribution.

Our Roc The Day Goal 540WMain?

We would like to raise $2500 today. Your donation gets us close to reaching this goal which will be matched by a soon to be announced corporate sponsor. Any amount, from as many folks as possible, will make our non-profit work all the more stable, informed, and flexible to meet the needs of the community. Your monthly donation helps sustain 540WMain’s antiracism, education & advocacy, arts/culture & humanities, and historic preservation.

About Roc The Day

ROC the Day is a 24-hour, online event that gives people in our community an opportunity to support all of the not-for-profit organizations doing great work in the nine-county Greater Rochester area. People will visit ROCtheDay.org, a secure online giving platform, to make a gift. All ROC the Day gifts will help local people and organizations.

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Published by Calvin Eaton

(he/his/him) Calvin Eaton aka theglutenfreechef (www.theglutenfreechefblog.com) Calvin Eaton is a community educator, digital content creator, and social entrepreneur, whose area of expertise includes antiracism, inclusion, equity, curriculum writing, and higher education. In 2016 Mr. Eaton founded 540WMain Communiversity a grassroots non-profit community education and event space (www.540westmain.org) with a commitment to enrich the Susan B. Anthony Preservation district as well as connect greater Rochester to the neighborhood through antiracism, arts & culture, and wellness education.

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