Domani Bistro Fire Photo

Photo Credit: Tampa Bay Times

Support Domani Bistro and A Modern Line

On February 18th, a fire tore through the building where Domani Bistro and A Modern Line are located. In the days following the devastating fire, people from the Seminole Heights community and beyond have rallied to help the employees and business owners.

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How to Help

Any type of help is appreciated. Volunteer work, supply donations, monetary donations -- just browse the different ways below.

Make a Monetary Donation

Use your credit card or bank account to make a tax-free donation now from your computer or mobile device. Any amount is greatly appreciated! If you want to make a monetary donation but do not want to do it online, no problem. Please consider attending an event instead, where a cash donation can be made. Donations are handled by Seminole Heights Foundation, Inc.

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Order a Heights Unites T-Shirt

A "Fires Die, Community Lives" Heights Unites t-shirt has been created! It is currently available for pre-order. 100% of the proceeds, after the raw cost of the garment, are donated to the employees of Domani Bistro and A Modern Line.

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Other Ways to Help

If you have an idea for supporting Domani and A Modern Line; If you would rather donate supplies, equipment or space to host a benefit event: please contact the The Heights Collective on Facebook or click the button below to send them an email. Also, there is a Google document available to the public for committee sign up. There are committees for each event currently being planned as well as specific tasks such as graphic design and social media.


Events

Please stay tuned for updates. Dates and/or venues are subject to change.

Fired Up for Art: Art Show and Silent Auction

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Last month’s fire that destroyed two independent businesses in Seminole Heights, Domani Bistro and A Modern Line furniture store, has left many without a paycheck. Two of those that were affected were local visual artists, Robert Wegmann and Terry Klaaren, who had many pieces of art for sale at Domani’s when it went up in flames.

Local artists have come together and will be exhibiting and selling their work to benefit the fire relief fund. Wegmann and Klaaren will also be exhibiting and selling their works.

The Florida Community of Mindfulness is donating the use of their beautiful space for the event and will also be hosting tours of their center for guests.

Jet City is providing decadent tea beverages and The Financial Well is sponsoring bites.

Suggested $5 donation at the door.

Come see some great artists works and participate in the silent auction.


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