Our Major Special Events
We couldn’t do what we do without the help of our community! Throughout the year we engage our community in creative ways through different campaigns and events.
Cooking with Class
September 15, 2018
Each September All Faith’s hosts Cooking with Class, an event in Venice where guests enjoy a culinary adventure as they prepare a themed four-course meal to share with family and friends. This interactive evening of great food, drinks and socializing shows just how much fun supporting All Faiths Food Bank can be!
Hunger Action Month
The entire month of September is devoted to raising awareness about hunger. Hunger Action Month features a multitude of special events and activities, including participation at local schools.
This year we are proud to introduce our new campaign, Autumn Harvest to help achieve our mission of providing more fresh produce to our next-door neighbors in need. The campaign includes a fun evening shared with friends and family with a farm-to-table style dinner on September 28, 2018 by Jeremy Hammond Chambers of Innovative Dining while raising funds for our produce program. For more information click here.
ThankFULL Hearts and Tummies Campaign
During the holiday season we look forward to gathering and sharing a meal with friends and family, but for families facing financial challenges, the holidays can be a painful reminder of hunger. Last year, the ThankFULL Hearts and Tummies campaign was created with the idea of turning empty plates into ThankFULL hearts and tummies by providing meals for our neighbors who struggle with hunger during the holiday season.
Bowls of Hope
December 2, 2018
One of the community’s largest and most popular family-friendly events, Bowls of Hope draws more than 1,500 guests. 40 of our community’s finest restaurants and caterers serve delicious soups, breads, desserts, and more. Participants select beautiful, handcrafted bowls to keep, all donated by local potters, artists, and students while enjoying a modest meal as a reminder of the empty bowls they help to fill. For more information and event tickets click here.
Campaign Against Summer Hunger
April 1 – May 15
Each year across Sarasota and DeSoto Counties, school nutrition programs provide children in need with up to ten healthy meals each week. But when schools close for the summer, how do these children find the help they need?
With the compassionate help of donors, volunteers, and more than 150 community partners, the Campaign Against Summer Hunger raises funds for summer feeding programs. For more information click here.
Join us to help end hunger in our community!
For more information or to sponsor an event please contact Elaina Mand at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 941-549-8131.