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The Fourth Annual New York Gala - March 14, 2016

Ritz-Carlton Battery Park, New York City
Cocktail Hour - 6:30pm
Dinner - 7:30pm

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We are honored to be able to enjoy the company and cuisine of the following celebrity chefs, who have agreed to generously donate their time in order to make this an amazing event:
Floyd Cardoz - The Bombay Canteen
Amanda Cohen - Dirt Candy
John Currence - City Grocery
Eric Gabrynowicz – Restaurant North
Colleen Grapes - Oceana Restaurant
Celina Tio - Julian

Cooking for a Cure

Thank you to everyone who attended our Cleveland Gala and to everyone who donated! It was a huge success!

For those of who were unable to attend this year's Gala, we hope your schedule will allow you to attend our 4th Annual New York Gala on March 14, 2016. For a brief recap and details of the event, as well as pictures and videos, please visit our Gala Highlights page, linked below.

2015 Cleveland Gala Recap

Once again, we would like to thank our celebrity chefs who participated in this wonderful event:
Jimmy Bannos, Jr. - The Purple Pig
Neal Brown - Libertine
Floyd Cardoz - The Bombay Canteen
Michael Nowak - The Black Pig
Jonathon Sawyer - The Greenhouse Tavern
Celina Tio - Julian

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