Chefs Take a Stand 2019
Chefs Take a Stand to End Domestic Violence is not your average gala: the food is delicious – the attire is comfortable – the speeches are few. Come for the food, stay for the cause, and leave knowing you did your part to help end domestic violence this October.
Featuring a selection of Washington, DC’s best chefs and mixologists, this event will mark the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month!
WHEN: Monday, October 7, 2019, 5:30 to 9:00 PM
WHERE: Dock 5 at Union Market
2019 Featured Entertainment
The Haiku Guys and Gals
2019 Featured Chefs & Mixologists
Anxo Cidery & Pintxos Bar
Boqueria | Miguel Amaya, Chef
Bowers Fancy Dairy Products
Cabot Cheese Shop
Denizens Brewing Co
Dolce Vita Italian Kitchen and Wine Bar | Nick Forlano, Chef
Jessica Cleveland | Pastry Chef
McClintock Distilling | Zac Kennedy, Distiller
Nicoletta Italian Kitchen | Kris Jimenez, Chef
Osteria Morini | Thomas Levandoski, Chef
Pisco y Nazca
PomPom | Anna Kark and Liz Penrose
Contact us at email@example.com if you would like to get involved as a featured chef.
Future of Privacy Forum
Interested in becoming a sponsor and expressing your commitment to ending domestic violence? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 Host Committee:
- Allison Randall
- Emily & Brian Jones
- Cindy Southworth
- Courtney Gistaro
- Jenny Backus
- Latifa Lyles
What to Expect:
Chefs Take a Stand is an opportunity to taste test the hottest restaurants in D.C., sip cutting-edge cocktails, and connect with community members who are passionate about working towards a more equitable future. The event includes a silent-auction with items donated from local and community-oriented businesses. You’ll walk away with a swag bag of DC goodies, ways to promote NNEDV’s work, and a custom-crafted Haiku that celebrates the power of using our voices to make a difference.
As the National Network to End Domestic Violence’s signature fundraising event, Chefs Takes a Stand helps all of our projects move forward. From supporting organizations and survivors with technology and privacy assistance, to supporting the life-saving work coalitions and local programs do every day, the dollars we raise make a difference. You can learn more about the work that this event supports here.