Rising from the Ashes: A Feast to Benefit the Foodbank

Mar 11
Hosted by:Foodbank of Santa Barbara...
When:
March 11, 2018 at 1:00pm to
March 11, 2018 at 5:00pm
Where:
Rancho Santa Barbara map 4001 Highway 154 Santa Barbara, CA 93105
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On March 11, 2018, Chef Katie Teall of The Cookery Catering, in partnership with the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County, will host local luminaries and first responders at spectacular Rancho Santa Barbara for Rising from the Ashes: A Feast to Benefit the Foodbank.
 
The Foodbank of Santa Barbara County has been at the forefront of Thomas Fire and Montecito Mudslide relief and recovery since the beginning, distributing hundreds of thousands of pounds of healthy groceries and fresh fruits and vegetables to nearly 10,000 people affected by the disasters.
 
Within a day of the Thomas Fire, the Foodbank established a partnership with the Red Cross to ensure food distributions to evacuees, first responders, students, and those facing economic dislocation from disaster-related loss of work and income.
 

At Rising from the Ashes: A Feast to Benefit the Foodbank, guests will enjoy a gourmet lunch prepared by Chef Teall and The Cookery Catering, open bar, and a live and silent auction emceed by KEYT Senior Reporter John Palminteri. Proceeds will support the Foodbank's Thomas Fire and Flood Hunger Relief Fund.

Thank you to our Rising from the Ashes Partners!

Lunch & Hors d'oeuvres
Pete Clements, Chef
Lydia Gaitan, Chef
Salvatore Petrolino, Chef
John Fernandez, Chef
Lucca Truck Wood-Fired Pizza


Music DJ Gavin Roy

Drinks Ivo Peshev


Table Decor Laura Sangas of Cody Floral Design

 


The Foodbank of Santa Barbara County is the primary provider of food and water in an emergency or disaster in the Central Coast region. 

The Foodbank works with a network of government, health care, school, and private partners to ensure that healthy food and drinking water is always available at no cost to anyone in need in Santa Barbara County.

Each year, the Foodbank distributes 10 million pounds of food to a network of 300 nonprofit partners, such as Boys & Girls Clubs, the Unity Shoppe, and the Santa Barbara Rescue Mission. Nutrition education programs teach children and families how to make healthy food choices for lifelong health.

Every $1 donated helps the Foodbank provide 8 complete meals. Your generous support is critical to ensure that individuals and families have access to healthy food that nourishes body and spirit in challenging times. Learn more at www.foodbanksbc.org.


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