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Register to be a Chef TODAY!

If you are a returning chef, simply login and update your profile.  New chefs can register at the top right-hand corner of the website.  Or you can always contact Melinda Stanley at: (765) 254-3978 or email Melinda.stanley@oldnational.com who will sign you up!  Easy as Pie!

Purchase a Table

Register early!

Chefs and guests can purchase individual tickets for $65; or a 10-top table for $550 by contacting Melinda Stanley at Melinda.stanley@oldnational.com or (765) 254-3978.

New this year — Table Recognition Signs — $100 will get you a sign (your name or company name) to be placed in the center of EVERY table you purchase.

Community Champions Fund

This November 4th, “100 Men Who Cook” will come together to raise money to fund the “Community Champions Fund”.  Did you know that every dime raised through table/ticket sales, chef tips, live auction, and the raffle goes directly into this fund?

Learn More about Community Champions Fund




100 Men Who Golf

Our 2nd annual 100 Men Who Golf took place on June 9, 2017 at Crestview Golf Club. THANK YOU to our presenting sponsor - Old National Bank; Prize Sponsor - Midas of Muncie & Anderson; and Food Sponsor - Cammack Station who came together to help raise over $7,500 net. All proceeds benefit the Community Champions Fund.





Just Desserts

Just Desserts is a fun-filled evening where you can sip wine, enjoy appetizers, listen to music, and socialize with friends before coming together to bid on a dessert that your entire table can enjoy! It is a showcase of over-the-top desserts created by pastry artists from bakeries and restaurants throughout East Central Indiana.

The Community Champions Committee is sending out a huge THANK YOU to all of our Presenting Sponsors, In-Kind Donors, Dessert Donors, Table Champions, Guests, and Volunteers who worked together to create such an amazing, fun-filled fundraising evening at our 2nd annual Just Desserts event on September 14, 2017.

It was a smashing success raising just over $28,000! All proceeds benefit the Community Champions Fund.




Community Champions Fund

Is the accumulation of monies raised from 100 Men Who Golf, Just Desserts, and 100 Men Who Cook. Through quarterly grants to not-for-profits, civic, business, and government organizations, Community Champions provides financial support to organizations in east central Indiana for programming, services, and activities that support the prevention of violence as well as the protection and care of victims of violence. It is through these efforts those in need benefit from innovative solutions, otherwise unavailable in our community, designed to make our community a safer place to live, work, and play.

Funded
Since our first event in 2010, over $647,169(net) has been raised through 100 Men Who Cook, 100 Men Who Golf, and Just Desserts! to provide funds to various organizations to address the needs of the most vulnerable in our community.

The Mission
The Community Champion’s mission is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable citizens of our community. In our core cause area of supporting the prevention of violence as well as the protection and care of victims of violence, we aim to accelerate progress, accountability, and discovery, while also reducing the social stigma that sometimes keeps these issues in the shadows. We will take a people-centric approach on all projects to break traditional barriers and build a better future for all high-risk people, because we know that the greater the support, the more empowered people feel to take control of their present and future. We will support those efforts that most contribute to the reduction of violence and all those circumstances that promote to it. We will use our best judgement in the support of programs and initiatives using four key strategies:

1) Funding the most promising work;

2) Convening grantees, partners and other thought leaders to collaborate and share best practices for improved outcomes;

3) Initiating new directions and innovative projects to accelerate progress

4) Educating the general public and key audiences to drive and change behavior to fulfill this vision.

Funding Priorities: Prevention of violence, Food insecurities, Education, Community Development.

    

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100 Men Who Cook is made possible by help from our Community Partner organizations: