Chefs Gala Sponsors Salute

Corporate Sponsors Help Feed NJ’s Hungry Neighbors by Supporting

Table to Table’s Chefs Gala


Together for the first time in years, notable chefs, foodies, and philanthropists will convene for an unforgettable evening of exquisite dining and unparalleled altruism, benefitting our hungry NJ neighbors. Table to Table’s Chefs Gala will take place on Wednesday, September 21st at Englewood Country Club at 6:30pm.

Table to Table, New Jersey’s first and most successful food rescue organization, will celebrate its 2022 Chef Gala Honorees: four-time James Beard Award winning chef, Michel Nischan and, this year’s Corporate Honoree, global medical technology leader, BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company).

An impressive roster of sponsors will support this extraordinary event.  This year’s Presenting Sponsor is American Express.  The Gala’s Grand Sponsors include American Airlines, BD, Crestron, Inserra ShopRite Supermarkets, and Summit Associates. Gold Sponsors are Doherty Enterprises, Takasago and Tito’s Homemade Vodka.  Wines for the Chefs Gala are expertly coordinated by Carlo Russo Wine & Spirit World.

The Chefs Gala, Table to Table’s most anticipated and vital event of the year, highlights celebrated chefs who meticulously prepare their delicious selections, expertly paired with the finest wines. Plus, a high-end, live auction, an incredibly popular aspect, will feature extravagant travel, food, and wine experiences.

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