What is a Good Food Dinner?
Good Food dinners are collaborative dinners organized by Member chefs to celebrate their commitment to good food and help raise awareness about their work with Chefs Collaborative in their communities. The goal of these dinners is to inspire fellow chefs and the greater public to get involved with the good food movement and Chefs Collaborative, and celebrate our individual and collective work to ‘Change Menus. Change Lives.’
Proceeds from Good Food Dinners benefit Chefs Collaborative scholarship and education programs. With your help, Chefs Collaborative is awarding 25 Scholarships to chefs across the U.S. in 2016 to help chefs learn about critical issues in our food system, take action, and leverage their buying power to make a positive impact in their communities.
Chefs Collaborative is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and all gifts are tax deductible.
Who can host a Good Food Dinner?
Any Member of Chefs Collaborative can host Good Food Dinners! Good Food Dinners are organized in cities across the country, throughout the year. By hosting a Good Food Dinner, you’re helping to do your part to inspire, educate, and celebrate chefs and food professionals building a better food system. In addition, anyone can participate in a Good Food Dinner by attending one!
How to host a Good Food Dinner?
Review how organizing a Good Food Dinner works – both how Chefs Collaborative supports you and how you support the event.
- Plan your event! Review, access, and utilize the toolkit. The toolkit includes additional information, instructions, marketing materials, and messaging
Email our Membership Coordinator, Gina Kim: firstname.lastname@example.org.