Cook for Syria
6:00pm CST 10/2/2018
Cook for Syria

The Ivy Room

12 E Ohio St # 100
Chicago, IL 60611
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$100.00
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Enjoy 6pm general admission to our event featuring a selection of restaurants who will be serving some delishious bites. 

$125.00
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Enjoy 6pm general admission to our event featuring a selection of restaurants who will be serving some delishious bites. 

$200.00
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Our VIP ticket holders enjoy early entrance to the event as well as a Swell bottle. You will have the opportunity to join us at 5pm for an exclusive opportunity to meet the chefs and be the first to taste their dishes. 

$750.00
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You will receive 4 VIP Tickets plus each of you will receive a Swell bottle.

Our VIP ticket holders enjoy early entrance to the event. You will have the opportunity to join us at 5pm for an exclusive opportunity to meet the chefs and be the first to taste their dishes. 

$25.00
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Can't make it to the event, but still want to support Cook for Syria? Make a donation and help us supply life-saving food, medical care and clean water to children affected by the Syrian crisis. 

Cook for Syria

The Ivy Room

12 E Ohio St # 100
Chicago, IL 60611
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#CookForSYRIA is a global fundraising initiative curated by Clerkenwell Boy and SUITCASE Magazine in partnership with UNICEF NextGeneration London. It first started as a simple supper club, where a group of foodie friends came together to celebrate Syrian cuisine and raise money to help UNICEF protect Syrian children. Now, it's become a global movement, where everyone is invited to the table.

 

This inaugural event in Chicago, hosted at The Ivy Room, will feature dishes from top restaurants for 300 participants. The Cook for Syria initiative has raised $500,000 globally, and is inspired by the simple idea that food has no borders. With the event, UNICEF NextGen hopes to raise money for the nearly 6 million children affected by the humanitarian crisis in Syria and create a conversation about helping the children in the world that need us most.