The 100 Men Who Cook Installs New Board Members

The 100 Men Who Cook, Inc. a Colorado non-profit organization, dedicated to supporting Denver’s youth by helping grassroots community nonprofit organizations, installed new board members. Angel Paige, community relations specialist for Kaiser Permanente, who has accepted the position of board chair, will serve a 3-year term with eight other board members.

Since 2013, the newly formed organization has hosted an annual premier black-tie fundraiser to support organizations that have limited opportunities and may not qualify for other community based assistance programs. Gentlemen from the community don their chef hats to serve their mouth-watering specialties. The festivities include live entertainment, dancing and casino gaming. More than a dozen grassroots organizations have received funding to support their goals and objectives as a result of the annual fundraiser.
The 2018 100 Men Who Cook event will be held Saturday, Nov. 24 at the Renaissance Denver Hotel.

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