FUNraiser: Food with Melanin w/Chef Trey Lamont
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About The Event
Join us for a fun, virtual evening making Caribbean food with downtown Seattle's only fully black-owned restaurant, Jerk Shack! Guests will learn the secrets behind making the perfect jerk chicken, plantains, and jerk portobello mushrooms alongside Chef Trey Lamont, owner of Jerk Shack. We will also briefly discuss the Rainier Valley Food Bank and Trey's support of the organization.
The price of your ticket includes the class. Purchase an upgraded ticket to get Trey Lamont's Jerk Spice (will need to be picked up at Jerk Shack). A short grocery list will be provided to attendees in their confirmation email.
This event is an opportunity to come together, build community, and raise funds for the important work Seattle busiest food bank, Rainier Valley Food Bank does to provide culturally relevant food to the community with dignity and respect We hope you’ll join us!About Rainier Valley Food Bank:
For over 30 years Rainier Valley Food Bank has operated as a pillar of support, compassion, and community within South Seattle and beyond. Our mission is to not only nourish our neighbors with fresh food but to provide services that our clients can access with dignity and respect without any barriers. We believe in order to solve food insecurity, you have to address the root causes of hunger and poverty. That is why our work is rooted in food-sovereignty and social justice. Looking to the future, we are excited to continue growing and offering more services/programs that are built for the community by the community.About YP Impact:
YP Impact is the charitable arm of YPCommunities, formed in response to young professionals (professionals young at heart) wanting to make a difference in their community. We empower connection, inspire change and create impact through quarterly campaigns focused on different social issues and featuring reputable nonprofits. We offer a different kind of professional networking, building community among like-minded young professionals and the issues that are most important to them.