ON MAY 7th, TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE DOOR!
Announcing the 4th annual Fork & Cork Classic, a food and wine celebration benefitting the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County.
Each year, the Foodbank distributes 10 million pounds of healthy food and fresh produce to help end hunger and food insecurity in Santa Barbara County. The Foodbank also offers educational programs that help children, adults, and seniors learn how to make healthy food choices for lifelong health.
At the Fork & Cork Classic, food and wine aficionados savor wine tastings and gourmet food from acclaimed Santa Barbara County vintners and restaurants. Also featured are craft beers, spirits, and nonalcoholic beverages.
Guests enjoy vendor demonstrations held throughout the day, fun games, music, and a silent auction of exclusive items and experiences.
Foodbank CEO Erik Talkin will award Modern Master honors to local luminaries:
- Jessica Foster of Jessica Foster Confections
- Jasper and Brook Eiler of Harvest Santa Barbara
- Central Coast Wine Classic founder Archie McLaren
Join us early as a VIP
VIP guests may arrive at 2 pm for an exclusive meet and greet with our Modern Masters honorees. Enjoy exclusive sips and bites from the best food and beverage purveyors in the county and place your bids on unique silent auction items.
What are you waiting for?
Join us at the seaside Fess Parker Resort for this incredible taste bud tour of Santa Barbara County!
Call the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County at (805) 967-5741, ext. 110 or e-mail Development Coordinator Leslie Velez at email@example.com.
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Foodbank of Santa Barbara County
OUR MISSION Foodbank of Santa Barbara County’s mission is to end hunger and transform the health of Santa Barbara County through good nutrition. OUR APPROACH The Foodbank of Santa Barbara County is committed to taking a negative thing – hunger – and through our combined community efforts transforming it into a positive thing – health. This leap forward in health is achieved with three ingredients: food, education and empowerment. The challenges of Hunger, Nutrition and Obesity used to be separate areas dealt with by different approaches and by different agencies and groups. The Foodbank is now tackling all three of these problems at once – through a nationally recognized continuum of programs that provide cradle to graduation intervention in children’s lives. This builds what we call their food literacy: their ability to look after themselves with food – to budget, shop cook and use food responsibly. If we can transform their relationship to food to being one of using it as a scarce and valuable resource to power their personal health, then that is going to create that tipping point that makes a huge transformation in the health of Santa Barbara County. By supporting the Foodbank, you are also supporting the good work of over 330 agencies and programs countywide.