OKLAHOMA CITY — Enjoy ‘out-of-this-world’ food at the 28th annual Chef’s Feast for the Regional Food Bank’s Food for Kids Program.
The feast will be held on March 26 from 6-9 p.m. at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; all proceeds from the food and wine tasting will benefit the Regional Food Bank’s Food for Kids childhood hunger programs.
The space themed event will feature foods from 25 of the metro’s best restaurants, as well as a variety of fine wines and spirits, which are included in the ticket price.
The event will also feature fun music, a wine pull and great raffle items, including a $2,000 gift card to B.C. Clark Jewelers.
Individual tickets are $120 in advance. Patron Tables, which include reserved seating for 10 and two bottles of wine, are available for $1,400. Tickets and Patron Tables are limited and provided on a first come, first served basis. Purchase tickets online today by visiting chefsfeast.org.
This is the 5th year that Chef Don Thiery from Platt College and Chef Christine Dowd from Aunt Pittypat’s Catering have co-coordinated the event.
Please contact Meredith Diers at 405-600-3174 or email@example.com for additional information.
About Food for Kids
One in four children in Oklahoma struggles with hunger every day. A $200 gift will support a child in Food for Kids for an entire school year. Last school year, the Regional Food Bank provided more than 2.7 million meals to chronically hungry children through Food for Kids childhood hunger programs: the Backpack Program, Kids Cafe, Summer Feeding, and School Pantries.
- The School Pantry Program provides chronically hungry middle and high school students with food to sustain them after school and over the weekends.
- Through the Backpack Program, children receive a backpack full of kid-friendly, non-perishable and nutritious food on Friday to sustain them over weekends and school holidays.
- Kids Cafe and Snack Sites, provide food, mentoring, tutoring, and a variety of other activities to at-risk children in central and western Oklahoma.
- The Summer Feeding program provides meals to children 18 and under over the long summer months when free and reduced price meals are not available at school.
The Regional Food Bank is the largest private hunger-relief organization in the state of Oklahoma. Last fiscal year, the nonprofit distributed 47.8 million pounds of food and products through a network of nearly 1,200 charitable feeding programs and schools in 53 central and western Oklahoma counties. Each week, the organization provides enough food to feed more than 110,000 hungry Oklahomans.
Click here for more information about the Regional Food Bank, or call 405-972-1111.