Let's make this fun to help out Giving Kitchen in the Give Atlanta competition. Giving Kitchen is trying to raise $100,000 to help provide emergency assistance to food service workers in crisis. For every $25 you donate through my campaign page, I'll give you one entry in a raffle to win your choice of two amazing bottles - the fantastic Elijah Craig Barrel Proof bourbon (12 years old, 131 proof!) - OR - the legendary 2008 vintage of Dom Perignon (dubbed "the greatestin a generation"). So hard to choose!! I've had both of these bottles and believe me, it is painful to part with them... but worth it to support the Giving Kitchen.
If we hit $2000, I'll do a second raffle for a runner-up to get whatever bottle the first winner passes on. : )
Good luck - and please let me know if you'd like to learn more about the Giving Kitchen and the incredible work they do. The drawing will take place at the end of the Give Atlanta campaign on November 15.
Giving Kitchen (GK) provides emergency assistance to food service workers in crisis through financial support and a network of community resources in order to create a community where crisis is met with compassion and care, and anyone can be a hero.
GK has helped over 3,000 food service workers throughout Georgia in restaurants, catering, concessions, and food trucks. The James Beard Foundation recognized our work this year by honoring our organization with the 2019 Humanitarian of the Year award. This award is for you, Atlanta!
How You Can Help
Join James Beard Award–winning chef Andrew Zimmern in supporting Giving Kitchen for Give Atlanta this fall. “At a time all across our country when state and local funding is being slashed for social justice, wellness remediation, and mental health programs, it’s more vital than ever for our communities to support those entities that have picked up the work being undone,” says Zimmern. “I feel it’s imperative that the greater Atlanta community financially support Giving Kitchen because they nurture and care for our vulnerable food service workers in crisis.”
Be a hero to a food service worker — give today.