The Family Place packaged up two news items into one announcement. First, the annual fall fundraiser ReuNight dinner was rescheduled for the spring of 2021. Before that reveal was digested, TFP “asked the community to U-Night by donating to Dine In For Domestic Violence on Saturday, October 24.”
Thanks to past ReuNight co-chairs (Melinda Bell, Brian Bolke and Faisal Halum, Catherine Cox, Claire Emanuelson, Jennifer Dix, Heather Esping, Joyce Goss, Kenny Goss, Kristi Sherrill Hoyl, Muffin Lemak, Natalie Lorio, Brian Roughton, Shelle Sills and Robert Weatherly) the plan calls for guests to settle back in their own homes to enjoy a four-course elevated dinner provided by Chef Jordan Swim of Vestals Catering and Front Burners Restaurants, experienced with wine and highlighted by a floral arrangement from Grey Gardens Florist.
For tip-top donors, there will be an option of “hosting an executive chef to prepare the four-course dinner in their home at a date most convenient to them.”
According to The Family Place CEO Paige Flink, “We are so thankful to have the support of our past ReuNight co-chairs during such a crucial time. We look forward to ’U-Nighting’ together and enjoying a delectable dinner at-home from Chef Jordan Swim. While this year may look different, we can assure guests that U-Night will be an evening they won’t forget!”
Sponsorships start at $1,500 for a Premium Dinner For Two consisting of two four-course expertly delivered meals (charcuterie board, fall vegetable salad, beef entree and an inspired dessert), two bottles of wine and floral arrangement delivered with dinner, logo in program delivered with meal and listing on Facebook, Instagram and in all media materials, website and newsletter.
Hungry to register? You can do it here.
* Photo credit: Scott Mitchell ** Graphic courtesy of The Family Place