Light the Fuse Dinner

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This event took place in the Fall of 2014. We are planning the next Light the Fuse dinner event to take place in the Fall of 2019.

We want your brain, not your wallet. The goal of our dinner is to assemble 100 of the top minds in Southwest Alabama and have ten different topics addressed. This invitation-only, free event will not be a time to simply collect off the wall ideas; rather, it will allow specific solutions to specific issues facing children in our communities.

Bring your brain, not your wallet

Dinner Details

Overview

Each invited guest will be seated at a table of ten people that will address one specific local issue that affects our local children. If attending with your spouse or significant other, you will likely be seated at different tables. Our goal is to have both of you engaged in separate topics to spark discussion at home and in other circles.

Who is invited

We targeted those who, in our humble opinion, are game-changers for our region. There are hundreds and hundreds of people that fit this description. With the goal of having an intimate gathering, we were unfortunately limited to 100 guests. We plan for this event to be recurring and allow all of our area’s game-changers to be invited at some point.

Fundraising

There will be no fundraising at this event. No silent auction. No passing the hat. You can leave your wallet in the car. You’re probably thinking “Why would Fuse Project have an event without trying to raise money?” Our answer is 100 of the top minds focusing on specific issues and hopefully, leaving the dinner invigorated to make our community better is much more valuable.

2014 Location

The Dauphin Street Art Park is located in Downtown Mobile between Jackson and Joachim Streets. It is the outdoor space adjoining the Downtown Mobile Alliance.

Future Location

TBD

  • Cost: The dinner is free to all invited guests.
  • Attire: Business casual (no ties, please).
  • Parking: Valet parking is available.

 

Questions? Contact [email protected]

Fuse Project