https://one.bidpal.net/march21chefathon Online event
1304 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02134
$15 per night or $50 for all four nights
Food, Virtual & Streaming
Boston-based food rescue Lovin’ Spoonfuls is hosting a virtual Chef-A-Thon fundraiser during the week of March 22 - March 25. The fundraiser will feature four nights of cooking demos, mixology lessons and engaging conversation with some of Massachusetts’ top chefs.
From 6pm to 7pm on March 22 to March 25, cook alongside:
Monday, March 22: Daniel Bojorquez; Owner/Executive Chef of La Brasa
Tuesday, March 23: Tracy Chang; Chef/Owner of PAGU
Wednesday, March 24: Douglass Williams; Food & Wine Best New Chefs 2020 and Chef/Owner of Mida
Thursday, March 25: Karen Akunowicz; James Beard Award Winner, Best Chef Northeast, Top Chef Seasons 13 & 17 All Stars LA, and Chef/Owner of Fox & the Knife
Tickets are $15 per night or $50 for all four nights, and can be purchased at: https://one.bidpal.net/march21chefathon. Proceeds from this event series will benefit Lovin’ Spoonfuls and their restaurant partners/supporters that have been impacted by COVID-19.
About Lovin’ Spoonfuls
Established in 2010 by Ashley Stanley, Lovin’ Spoonfuls is a nonprofit food rescue organization based in Boston dedicated to facilitating the rescue and distribution of healthy, fresh food that would otherwise be discarded.
Each week day, Spoonfuls’ 12 Food Rescue Coordinators work with over 200 vendor partners across eight truck routes to pick up wholesome, perishable food from grocery stores, produce wholesalers, farms and farmers markets, and distribute it to more than 160 community nonprofits that address food insecurity in Greater Boston, MetroWest and Western Massachusetts. Communities served include: Boston, Cambridge, Brighton, Somerville, Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Melrose, Watertown, Woburn, Wakefield, Burlington, Newton, Quincy, Needham, Natick, Framingham, Ashland, Bellingham, Milford, Waltham, Sudbury, Southborough and Hampden County (Springfield, Chicopee and Holyoke). Each week, Lovin’ Spoonfuls rescues between 75,000-80,000 pounds of food to serve about 32,000 people within these communities; more than 19 million pounds have been rescued to date. For more information, contact Joni Kusminsky at [email protected].