Mardi Gras strives to give back to our San Diego Community wherever possible. We have created a partnership program to help raise money for your charity at the same time as offering your donors & loyal supporters an exclusive discount on their Mardi Gras ticket.
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Mardi Gras Beneficiary
San Diego Mardi Gras benefits the development and preservation of Downtown San Diego through its partnership with the The Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation.
The Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation
The Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation is the “curator” of the Gaslamp Quarter – a 16 1/2 block area listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Through exhibits, tours, festivals and educational programs for children and adults, the Foundation opens a window to the past by depicting the historical development of downtown San Diego. The Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation is the only organization in existence which provides San Diego residents and visitors with the tools, resources and means to learn about and enjoy the vast history of one of the finest historic districts in the United States.
The Foundation operates the oldest standing residence in the Gaslamp Quarter, the William Heath Davis House Museum, a repository of artifacts, photos and archives that we seek to preserve for residents and visitors from throughout the world. To learn more, visit www.gaslampfoundation.org.
Gaslamp Quarter Association
The Gaslamp Quarter Association® (GQA) is a non-profit 501(c)6 merchants association, representing more than 400 businesses located in within the boundaries of the Gaslamp Quarter.
The GQA Board and Staff works to actively promote the Gaslamp Quarter as San Diego’s premier dining, shopping, and nightlife destination through community and media relations, special event production, management and growth of the Gaslamp Quarter digital footprint, and coordination various promotional programs, member workshops, and forums for the benefit of our vibrant community.
To learn more, visit http://www.gaslamp.org/gqa/