We're taking the fight to end childhood hunger back outside.*
*Regrettably, due to forecasted inclement weather, Taste of the Nation Houston 2014 will be held indoors.
Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation® Houston is the city's premier culinary benefit supporting the effort to end childhood hunger in America. Funds raised are granted to organizations that work to end childhood hunger, both in communities where Taste of the Nation events are held and in other communities across the country.
In 2014, Taste of the Nation Houston is taking the fight to end childhood hunger back outside. Join over twenty of Houston’s top chefs and restaurants as they donate their time, talent and passion with one goal in mind: to raise the critical funds needed to support Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign to end childhood hunger. Attendees will spend the evening strolling, sipping and socializing on the Houstonian’s picturesque lawn, with an exclusive opportunity to bid on exclusive silent auction items and play Plinko for Hunger – all to help make No Kid Hungry a reality. VIP guests have the opportunity to mingle in the exclusive VIP Lounge with specialty drinks and private catering.
Please note: No one under the age of 21, including children in strollers and/or accompanied by their parents, will be admitted to Taste of the Nation. Please bring valid government-issued photo identification such as a driver’s license or passport for proof of age.
Have something to donate for the silent auction? Contact Erin Naman by email or by phone at 512-924-9848
Just need general information? Drop us a line!
2014 PARTICIPATING BARS & RESTAURANTS
The Houston Food Bank
3811 Eastex Freeway Houston, Texas 77026 (713) 223-3700 http://www.houstonfoodbank.org
The Houston Food Bank is a private, nonprofit organization that feeds the hungry by seeking food donations and distributing them to local charitable programs that care for the needy. The Food Bank distributes 46 million pounds of food annually, helping 498,000 people each year through 400 hunger-relief programs in 18 southeast Texas counties. Houston-relief programs include pantries in churches and community centers, shelters for the homeless, safe havens for the battered and abused, and nutrition programs for children and the elderly.
Kids' Meals Houston
Main Office and Distribution Center: 205 W. Crosstimbers St. Houston, TX 77018 Phone:(713)-695-5437 Fax:(713)-695-7544 Toll Free: 1-800-566-0084 www.kidsmealshouston.org
Kids' Meals is a 501(c)3 non profit, meals on wheels program for kids, serving around 1200 pre-school aged children a day, living in poverty. We provide and deliver nutritious meals, free of cost to the family, Monday through Friday, year-round.
Center for Public Policy Priorities
900 Lydia St. Austin, TX 78702 (512)-320-0222 http://www.cppp.org
The Center for Public Policy Priorities is a non-partisan, nonprofit policy research organization committed to improving public policies and private practices that influence the economic and social prospects and conditions of individuals, families, and communities.