End Allergies Together (E.A.T.), a non-profit organization that funds research for food allergies and finding a cure, will host its second annual fundraising event, “An Evening to EAT.” This fundraising event includes cocktails, dinner and a program. Robert and Merrill Debbs will be honored with the Courage Award. The Debbs are the founders of Red Sneakers for Oakley, a non-profit dedicated to raising awareness about asthma and allergies, specifically nut allergies, through the creation of educational programs and community outreach. The proceeds from the event will fund food allergy research and scientists seeking cures. TICKETS: Tickets start at $175 for individuals; $2,500 for tables. To purchase tickets online, please visit: http://EndAllergiesTogether.com/Greenwich .
HOST COMMITTEE: Bonnie Ackerman, Elise Bates, Bridgett di Bonaventura, Lauren Goldberg, Kim Hall, Ellen-Jane Moss, Leslie Noland, Jackie Ourman, Bonnie Weinbach MEDIA CONTACTS: Kriskey + Lane Communications Marni Lane, email@example.com Susan Kriskey, firstname.lastname@example.org About EAT End Allergies Together (E.A.T.) is a 501c(3) non-profit organization solely focused on raising money for promising food allergy research. One hundred percent of net proceeds go directly to the researchers dedicated to finding answers for this growing epidemic. Co-founders Kim Hall and Elise Bates wanted to make a change after raising kids who both suffer from life-threatening food allergies. More than 17 million Americans are affected by food allergies. For more information regarding the E.A.T. fundraiser, or the organization itself, please visit EndAllergiesTogether.com
L’Escale at The Delamar
Thursday, April 27