Join us for our 26th annual virtual Men Who Cook fundraising event and be inspired by the stories that will be shared from the women and families served by the Center and a message from our keynote speaker, UConn women's basketball coach, Geno Auriemma.
Your support of Men Who Cook will help ensure that Women & Family Life Center can continue providing services to families whose lives have been affected most by Covid-19. In addition, when you purchase a ticket for one of the to-go dinner packages you will also support a local restaurant this year.
People in our community are struggling with the financial instability the pandemic has caused their families. It is important for us to come together as a community to provide support to families choosing between rent and food, energy bills or medications, child care or a job.
We need your support to make it possible!
The pandemic has had a devastating financial impact on small businesses and neighbors. Show your support of our Center and a local restaurant by purchasing a ticket to join us for the virtual 26th annual Men Who Cook on October 25th at 6:00 p.m.
A portion of each ticket sold will be donated to the restaurant you choose for your Men Who Cook "to-go" dinner.
$100.00 ticket - includes online event access and one "to-go" dinner package. The dinner(s) will be ready for ticket holders to pick up, at the restaurant selected, on October 25th between 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. In time to return home and enjoy dinner while joining us online for the virtual event at 6:00 p.m. Please note that no food substitutions can be made, each dinner package is available as listed. Click on the link below for a menu of restaurants and dinner packages.
$50.00 ticket - includes online event access and does not include dinner
Corporate and Individual Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please click on the following link(s) for more detailed information or contact Dawn Jackson at 203-458-6699 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 Men Who Cook Best Appetizer Award Winner shares how to make chicken parmigiana at home during the pandemic.
Todd shares how to sear tuna on a salt block on a fire pit in your back and serves it up with sriracha mayonnaise and grilled garlic.
Edward Meyer, former Connecticut State Senator and Men Who Cook chef, shares a little history of his dining at Lenny's Indian Head Inn in Branford.