Since the year 2005, the group known as The Kitchen Cabinet has made great strides to end the fight against hunger in many Greater Boston area communities. With just 64 current members up from 53 a year ago, these business professionals extend the mission of their cause by engaging their colleagues, friends, family and even strangers to come together for events aimed at improving the status quo of Bostons surrounding neighborhoods. In association with Boston Magazines Taste, the co-chairs of The Kitchen Cabinet, Meg Staknis and Sandra Serie have organized the next happening known as Fall Into Fall which will take place on Monday, November 12th, 2012.
Supporting theGreater Boston Food Bank as their primary target,The Kitchen Cabinet organization works tirelessly to have as many volunteer opportunities as possible. Hunger in Massachusetts affects more people than one might imagine. This is precisely why this group of individuals relentlessly try to have tons of fun and uplifting gatherings that will raise the greatest amount of money possible. In 2010 for example, Fall Into Fall raised more than $24,000 which in turn was able to supply over 60,400 meals! Gibson Sothebys International Realtys ownAndrew McLaughlin is one of the aforementioned 64 members of this group and will also be volunteering his time and energy on November 14th for the betterment of this struggle that he hopes to end. Andrew and his fellow members will be tasked with raising enough money to meet the organizations goals, this year pegged at $40,000.
The event will kick off on Monday, November 12th at 6:00PM with theKitchen Cabinet Pre-Cocktail Party located atCity Table in the Lenox Hotel in Bostons Back Bay until 8:00PM and then will continue with the Boston Magazine Taste event at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel at 776 Boylston Street which will be running from 7:00PM-9:00PM. All of the proceeds from ticket sales will go towards putting food on the table for those in need. With a ticket, one gets complimentary beer, wine and hors doeuvres. The evening will consist of a silent auction as well as raffle items that will be donated from caring groups or people who know that the money raised from their generosity will make a difference in the lives of many of our hungry neighbors. The donation of money and food are also highly encouraged as alternative ways to give aid to these people who are in dire need within our state that we so deeply love and care for. The cost of admission will go as follows:
- $75 (177 meals) for Kitchen Cabinet Pre-Cocktail Party only at City Table 6-8PM
- $95 (224 meals) for Kitchen Cabinet Pre-Cocktail Party at City Table and General Admission to Boston magazine Taste Event at Mandarin Oriental 7-9PM
- $150 (354 meals) for Kitchen Cabinet Pre-Cocktail Party at City Table and early VIP Access to Boston magazine Taste Event at Mandarin Oriental 6-9PM
All in all, this occasion hopes to improve upon the years in the past and continue the rising reputation for alleviating the fears of hunger that The Kitchen Cabinet is establishing. Participants can purchase their tickets online here.
For further information contact Gail C. Favreau through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 617.598.5050.