2016 Chef Showcase featuring the Annual Employment Excellence Awards: Chef Showcase is a night when the Seattle community gathers to celebrate excellence!
The event kicks off with culinary excellence: four of Seattle’s top restaurants each create two savory entrees served in the Spanish “tapas” style (small plates). Our 2016 restaurant partners include Ethan Stowell Collective, Joule Restaurant, Chavez Restaurant, and Hamanasu Seattle. These diverse culinary treats will be expertly paired with tastes of fine wine from Alexandria Nicole Cellars. Dessert provided by Seattle Sorbets.
The culmination of the evening will be the Millionair Club Charity’s announcement of the annual Employment Excellence Awards. These include:
- Employer of the Year
- Employee of the Year
- Community Partner of the Year
“Folks should get ready for some really inspiring stories from our award winners,” says executive director Jim Miller. “The Millionair Club Charity has an outstanding group of over 700 workers that go on over 11,000 jobs a year for almost 1,100 employers. From that large group of people, employers and community partners, we are going to introduce you to the ‘best of the best’, truly amazing examples of employment success.”
Your tickets are waiting here -> 2016 Chef Showcase & Millionair Club Charity Employment Excellence Awards
200 Millionair Club Charity employment program supporters
Date & Location:
Thursday, September 29, 2016, 6 pm to 8 pm, at 415 Westlake in South Lake Union.
$50 per individual; $90 per couple; $100 for VIP entry, which includes a hosted wine bar & gift bag.
For more information about Chef Showcase, please contact Alice Cowens at email@example.com or by phone at 206-957-3846
About the Millionair Club Charity
Since its founding in 1921, the Millionair Club Charity has never lost sight of its vision: that everyone should have access to jobs and support services. Specialists in providing tools to rebuild the self-confidence and dignity of people who are homeless and unemployed, the Millionair Club Charity connects people with jobs, skills training, housing assistance, meals, showers, laundry facilities, work clothes, and free eye glasses. In 2015, this successful formula prepared 758 men and women for work, connected them with 11,295 jobs and earned 139 people permanent employment, saving community taxpayers up to $40,000 per person – over $5.5 million dollars!