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Graze 4 Good

Fourth Generation's 2023 Event Series
Friday, March 17, 2023 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Graze 4 Good is a one-of-a-kind fundraiser that pairs our vibrant local food community with emerging philanthropists eager to make a difference, all in support of our Fourth Generation program. Event proceeds will fund grants for nonprofits that advance education equity.

Join us!

We’re thrilled to be hosting Fourth Generation’s annual Graze 4 Good. Each event is sure to deliver awesome flavors and food for thought inspired by exclusive conversations with local community and civic leaders.

Event 1: Virtual “Bag Lunch” & Learn
Saturday, February 25 | 12 – 1 p.m. | $55
Enjoy a bag lunch unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before, featuring flavors from The Sioux Chef, Abang Yoli, DervishMazza, Hoyo Sambusa, and The Naughty Greek! Join us virtually from the comfort of your home for a conversation on education equity with a local thought leader. Ticket sales end on February 17.

Event 2: Chef Collaboration Cooking Class
Friday, March 17 | 6 – 9 p.m. | $225
Join Christina Nguyen, chef and owner of Hola Arepa and Hai Hai, and Sameh Wadi of World Street Kitchen and Milkjam Creamery for a one-of-a-kind evening. Together they will lead an interactive cooking demonstration and a four-course dinner, celebrating Southeast Asian and Palestinian flavors. Hosted at the new France 44 interactive cooking and dining space. Ticket includes cocktail and wine pairings.

chef with food
scallops in bowls
2021 Virtual Graze 4 Good
food from Hai Hai

What is Fourth Generation?

Fourth Generation is an exciting and engaged group that comes together in a hands-on experience to reimagine philanthropy. We hear from inspiring speakers, explore personal values, engage in thoughtful activities and discussions, and combine our time and money to support organizations that are making real change in our community. Our efforts, discussion, and collective gift transform into community power, personal growth, and social advocacy.

Last year’s Fourth Gen group made $50,000 in unrestricted funds available to five grantees focusing on Mental Health Justice. These grantees are working in a variety of ways to make mental health accessible for different communities and cultures.