Aptly named “Farm to Fork”, the Irvine-based Tanaka Farms will be hosting a chef-driven, locally sourced dinner event in support of childhood cancer survivors.
On Saturday, Sept. 17, the non-profit MaxLove Project will host the Farm to Fork Dinner 2022 featuring Chef Azmin Ghahreman of Sapphire Culinary Group and Blue Stone Kitchen.
Celebrating its eighth year, the Farm to Fork event in Irvine will feature a wagon ride to a cocktail hour starting at 5:00 p.m. There, guests will enjoy heirloom cocktails, live music and a chef’s showcase.
Moving to a multi-course dinner at the Top of the Farm, the dinner will consist of a selection of wine and a presentation from MaxLove Project’s ongoing childhood cancer initiatives and a pledge-giving opportunity.
Tickets range from $250-5,000 and will help benefit MaxLove Project current initiatives. MaxLove is looking to raise $300,000 in September that will be used to improve the quality of life for childhood cancer survivors, and the families directly affected by the disease.
More information on the Farm to Fork 2022 Dinner event or to purchase tickets can be found at mlpfarmdinner.com.
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