The Fat Bankers Social Aid & Pleasure Club, LLC was conceived in 2002 as a true New Orleans social aid and pleasure club—as an organization that would provide a great celebration to help and share our favorite city, the City that Care Forgot. They also conceived of the Fat Bankers Social Aid & Pleasure Club, LLC, as an organization that together, as a community, would create a float and sponsor events that no one single member could undertake on their own.
Moreover, in the classic history of New Orleans’ social aid and pleasure clubs, when not out to “sass the Man” and make Mardi Gras open to anyone who could endorse booze, beer, bourbon, broads, funk, and fun as a member of the Krewe of Tucks, the Fat Bankers Social Aid & Pleasure Club, LLC is busy providing CARE for the City that Care Forgot.
In 2015, the Fat Bankers’ Social Aid and Pleasure Club, LLC, formally endorsed Grace at the Green Light, a New Orleans non-profit charitable organization, by becoming one of its original thirteen sponsors. Along with our formal endorsement we encourage each Fat Banker to consider donating their time in support of the mission of Grace at the Green Light. For more information.
Grace at the Green Light was founded in 2014 by one of the Fat Bankers’ Co-Captains, for the purpose of providing assistance and food to the homeless of New Orleans as well as assisting the homeless reconnect with their families. The charity has served over 25,000 meals to the New Orleans’ homeless; handed out over a half a million bottles of water; and, assisted over 1300 homeless persons reunite with their families.
For more information please contact Sarah Parks at Graceatthegreenlight@gmail.com or Sybil at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Organizations that the FBSAPC Supports
Gadsby’s Tavern Museum consists of two buildings, a ca. 1785 tavern and the 1792 City Hotel. The buildings are named for Englishman John Gadsby who operated them from 1796 to 1808. Mr. Gadsby’s establishment was a center of political, business, and social life in early Alexandria.
The tavern was the setting for dancing assemblies, theatrical and musical performances, and meetings of local organizations. George Washington enjoyed the hospitality provided by tavernkeepers and twice attended the annual Birthnight Ball held in his honor. Other prominent patrons included John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, and the Marquis de Lafayette.
Louisiana SPCA’s mission is to advocate for the animals of Louisiana by advancing their welfare, promoting their interests and fostering the human-animal bond through innovative programs, education and service. Our philosophy is to provide a safe haven for all homeless creatures. Our guiding principle is to improve the quality-of-life for all the companion animals we assist.