5th Annual Black Tie Fundraiser
On November 25, 2017, 100 Men Who Cook™ will host it’s annual Black Tie Fundraiser at the Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel at 6p. Gentlemen from throughout the community don their chef hats for the evening to serve their mouth-watering specialties.
The festive atmosphere will feature a Masquerade Ball theme this year. The gala and elegant atmosphere includes live entertainment, dancing, lots of food, and so much more. Extent your Thanksgiving weekend, get out of the kitchen — and let us serve you masterpiece dishes from our Gentlemen Chefs from the 5280.
100 Men Who Cook, Inc. is dedicated to supporting Denver’s youth by helping grassroots community nonprofit organizations that have a proven track record of making a positive and significant impact on youth in the community by raising operating capital to sustain their goals and objectives.
Your support, as a sponsor of The 100 Men Who Cook Black Tie Fundraiser will provide much needed resources to several community organizations. Our primary beneficiaries this year are the Jazz C.A.F.E.; Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc.; and Boy’s Day. Additionally, we support the activities of various community organizations that align with our mission throughout the year.
Jazz C.A.F.E. Fund
The Jazz C.A.F.E. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. It is an innovative youth music program created to positively impact youth in the Denver metropolitan area, and is designed to not only offer youth an opportunity to master the music genre of jazz, but to gain valuable leadership skills.
Boy’s Day Fund
Boy’s Day was founded in the summer of 2014. During their inaugural year, Boy’s Day successfully partnered with Colorado Parks and Wildlife and Denver Parks and Recreation to provide an opportunity to introduce inner-city boys enrolled in their program to wildlife and outdoor experiences right in our own backyard.
CO Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc.
(CBI/CCI) was established as a multi-cultural all-inclusive mentoring and recognition program designed to expose Colorado’s high school juniors and seniors to personal development experiences, cultural/social development activities and recognize unsung youth from various communities.