The food blogging community has stepped up to assist Haitian earthquake relief efforts. So far we’ve seen bake sales, charity auctions and cocktail events. Stir It 28 is the latest fundraising effort, spanning four cities and involving Chrystal Baker from The Duo Dishes, Bren Herrera of Flanboyant Eats and Courtney Nzeribe of Coco Cooks.
According to the trio’s announcement, “STIR represents the action we as chefs, restaurateurs, home cooks, and food bloggers take in the kitchen; “stirring” up interest and activity for Haiti relief. 28 represents the number of days in February–our month long effort to support Haiti.” 100% of proceeds go directly to YELE & Share Our Strength.
On February 21, four cities will host a culinary event: Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago and New York. 28 chefs, restaurants, home-cooks and food bloggers will participate by donating 2-3 dishes that will feed 15-20 (per dish). Attendance to the event is open to the public, with tickets available for purchase in advance, with limited tickets available at the door. Buy tickets by visiting one the 3 blogs and clicking on the Stir It 28 logo. Here’s the breakdown:
Atlanta: Space Atlanta – Eat Drink Enjoy
1310 White Street, Atlanta, GA 30310. 4-7 pm. DJ Rev Lee spins music and special surprise guest appearance by local performer that will electrify you! Complimentary wine by Montaluce Winery. Cash bar. $30 in advance; $40 at the door.
Los Angeles: Private Residence
6602 Cahuenga Terrace, Los Angeles, CA, 90068. 4-7 pm. Complimentary Valet parking to 1st 50 guests. $30 in advance; $35 at the door.
Chicago: Three Peas Art Lounge
75 E. 16th Street (Between Michigan and Wabash)
Chicago, IL 60616. 4-7 pm. $30 in advance; $35 at the door.
*cash bar & delicious cupcakes for sale
New York: NYU Department of Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health
35 W. 4th Street, 10th floor, NY, NY, 10012
When: 4-7 pm
Advanced ticket sales only: $20 for students and $30 for adults/faculty & staff.
Students must pay via the PayPal General Online Donation button on Flanboyant Eats and Coco Cooks and indicate “NYU student ticket” in notes. Must show student ID at the door.
*Street parking and parking garages within walking distance
If you have general inquiries or want more details for volunteering, e-mail [email protected]