2018 Feed Your Soul Campaign 

Now through March 11, the Feed Your Soul campaign is dedicated to seeing the beauty of Art in Artisan coffee.

Zaza New Cuban Diner will donate a percentage of every artisan coffee and artisan coffee bag purchase, to United Arts’ Arts for ALL Fund, a grant pool, which supports more than 60 cultural providers in Central Florida. “Our involvement with the ‘Feed Your Soul’ campaign was a given since Zaza New Cuban Diner’s mission is ‘being Community partners,’” explained Ruben Perez, owner of Zaza New Cuban Diner. “We wholeheartedly support the great work that United Arts does for our Metro Orlando community.”

Additionally, iHeart Radio Orlando has been promoting the Feed Your Soul campaign and the 2018 Collaborative Campaign for the Arts through many of their radio stations including Magic, Pride, Real Radio, Rumba, The Beat, The Game, WJRR and XL.

 

The Feed Your Soul promotion is running at all four Zaza New Cuban Diner locations:

  1. 3500 Curry Ford Rd., Orlando, FL 32806
  2. West Town Corners, 380 S State Rd. 434, #1007, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
  3. 417 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, FL 32828
  4. Orlando International Airport, Airside 1, Gate 17, 1 Jeff Fuqua Blvd., Orlando, FL 32827

The Feed Your Soul fundraising promotion celebrates the commencement of the 2018 Collaborative Campaign for the Arts, which runs February 1 through April 30, 2018. Over this three-month period, donations from individuals, corporations, foundations and workplace giving companies provide funding for a range of cultural organizations in Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. Through United Arts, donors may designate their contributions to one or more of the 14 cultural partners participating in the campaign, consisting of the area’s cornerstone arts, science, and history organizations. Donations made during the campaign timeframe are eligible for a 15 percent match.

“’Feed Your Soul’ is a new and unique way for arts and culture enthusiasts to engage with local businesses and restaurants while also supporting their favorite local cultural institutions,” said Flora Maria Garcia, CEO & President of United Arts. “It is important for Central Florida’s businesses to recognize their role in supporting the growth of arts and culture, especially when research has shown that the local cultural sector annually generates $399.9 million in direct economic activity, which positively impacts Central Florida restaurant and hotel industries.”