2nd Annual GenR Event: Food Stories, From Burma to the Bay
We’re excited to invite you to Generation Rescue’s (GenR) second annual event, Food Stories: From Burma to the Bay, an evening benefitting the IRC Northern California. The evening reception will feature special guest chefs partnering with local refugee farmers from the IRC sponsored New Roots Farm Program to create tasting stations with dishes inspired by the refugees’ home countries. Along with excellent food and wine, the event will feature a short video and speaking program to learn more about the work of the IRC.
Guest access includes all food, beer, wine, GenR Gift Bag with RESCUE shirt and other surprises.
For tickets and additional information visit: https://genrbayareafoodstories.eventbrite.com/
Proceeds from this event will support the work of the IRC in Northern California and help provide urgent assistance to refugees who have been granted sanctuary in the United States to begin their lives anew in the Bay Area. $35 of each ticket purchased is not tax deductible
When: Monday, October 28, 2013
651 Howard St
San Francisco, CA
VIP Reception: 5:30pm-6:30pm
Party: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Appearance and Special Food Offerings By:
Greg Dunmore, Chef and Owner, Nojo
Eskender Aseged, Chef and Owner, Radio Africa & Kitchen
Meheria Maleh, Home Chef and Afghan refugee
Alicia Villanueva, Chef and Owner, Alicia’s Tomales Los Mayas
Ice cream sandwiches from CREAM and more!
The Pearson Foundation
Music by djreidspice
Threads for Thought, Suja, CREAM, Laforet Wines, Earnest Eats, Pacific Wine and Spirits, La Cocina
GenR (Generation Rescue) is a dynamic, diverse group of young professionals who have joined forces to advance the humanitarian work of the International Rescue Committee (IRC). Inspired, informed and influential, GenR members focus their collective energy to engage their communities in support of the IRC through advocacy, education and a range of networking and fundraising activities. A force for change, we are GenR.
For more information please contact Development Manager Audra Brown at Audra.Brown@rescue.org or 510-452-8222.