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Cuisine for a Cause is slated for April 21


Save the date for Cuisine for a Cause at Tellabs

Cuisine for a Cause  is slated from 7-10:30PMPM on Saturday, April 21, in the atrium at Tellabs Global Headquarters in Naperville.

More than 25 Naperville restaurants will present samples of their signature dishes, as well as wine and beer tasting, entertainment, raffles and auctions.  Admission to the event is $90 per person.

Reservations may be made online at www.NapervilleCARES.org or by calling the CARES office at (630) 369-0200. A portion of each ticket is tax-deductible.

Since 1998, Naperville CARES has assisted local families in financial crisis meet their basic needs by providing emergency financial support and resources. To support their mission, the nonprofit organization will be holding its 9th annual fundraiser,

“CARES gets calls from hundreds of people like Julie each year who need help to pay their rent or utilities or need a car to get to work,” said Naperville CARES’ executive director, Janet Derrick, “That is why we are so lucky to have Karen Garlough, owner of My Chef Catering, once again chair the steering committee for our biggest fundraiser of the year, “Cuisine for a Cause.”  Karen and her committee are dedicated to creating a wonderful event designed to welcome and entertain our guests while raising funds for the programs of Naperville CARES.”

Headquartered in Naperville, IL, Naperville CARES has provided over $1.1 million in short-term financial support and resources to meet the basic needs of local families in crisis. In addition, through their Car Donation Program, CARES has supplied over 500 donated vehicles to eligible households. Naperville CARES welcomes your support of Toasting for a Cause, Cuisine for a Cause, Tix4Cause, CARESGiver, CARES Car Donation program and other events. For more information visit www.NapervilleCARES.org.

2011 Event Photo Courtesy Naperville CARES

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