Sacramento, CA, December 22, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- For anyone who is still looking for unique holiday gift ideas, the Northern California nonprofit INALLIANCE may have just the solution - tickets to the "Sacramento Chef Challenge" at 4:00 p.m. Saturday, June 23, 2012.
The well known culinary extravaganza features two live culinary competitions, food sampling, wine and beer tasting, live music, raffle prizes and more. But, the best part is - 100% of proceeds go to programs that support people with developmental disabilities.
"2012 marks the 10th anniversary of the Sacramento Chef Challenge, which means we will be pulling out all the stops and slashing ticket prices,” says INALLIANCE Executive Director Diana DeRodeff.
INALLIANCE provides work and life skills training, supported employment services and assistive communication for people with developmental disabilities. “Our mission supports the belief that people with developmental disabilities have an absolute right and responsibility to be fully participating members of the community, and the Sacramento Chef Challenge is a way for us to raise vital funds for our programs while connecting with the community in a fun and positive way,” continues DeRodeff.
Rancho Cordova resident Anthony Paradiso has attended the event for the past four years and says, “I look forward to the Chef Challenge every year. It is exciting and offers a huge variety of food, wine and beer! I love a good competition and the chefs put on a great show.” Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased online at www.chefevent.com or by calling INALLIANCE at 916-381-1300 x170.
“There are many food events out there, but I support the Chef Challenge because it is a quality event that benefits a great cause,” adds Paradiso. To learn more about the Sacramento Chef Challenge, purchase tickets and see photos from past years visit www.chefevent.com today!
INALLIANCE is a nonprofit organization that supports people with developmental disabilities throughout the greater Sacramento area. Since 1952, INALLIANCE has supported the belief that people with developmental disabilities have an absolute right and responsibility to participate fully and equally in society and to maximize their own quality of life. Services focus on job placement, employment training and the facilitation of supports necessary for integrated employment and community living. The Sacramento Chef Challenge was established in 2002 and is the annual benefit for INALLIANCE.