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Taste of a Good Cause

All are welcome at Hospitality Concordia’s third annual tasting event, where all proceeds benefit the Student Emergency and Food Fund

Date & time

Thursday, October 15, 2015
12 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Cost

Three samples for $5 or seven samples for $10

Organization

Hospitality Concordia

Wheelchair accessible

Yes

Fantastic flavours and creative presentations at Taste of a Good Cause Fantastic flavours and creative presentations at Taste of a Good Cause to tantalize your taste buds. Proceeds go to the Student Emergency and Food Fund. | Photo by Concordia University

 

On October 15, come meet Concordia’s caterers, sample some culinary delights and support a great cause all at the same time!

Taste of a Good Cause is a unique event open to the entire community. The team at Hospitality Concordia invites you to experience the fabulous flavours offered by many of the 12 university-approved caterers by tasting their samples while contributing funds that go directly to students who are in need of financial assistance.

When:  Thursday, October 15, from 12 to 2 p.m.
Where:  Atrium of the Engineering Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex (1515 Ste-Catherine St. W.), Sir George Williams Campus

How you contribute:

100% of the proceeds from the purchase of tasting samples go to the Student Emergency and Food Fund (SEFF), run by Multi-Faith Chaplaincy. Purchase three samples for $5 or seven samples for $10. Only cash is accepted on site.

The food draws rave reviews from all who attend and it is also truly a feast for the eyes, beautifully and enthusiastically presented by our caterers who donate all food and their valuable time to help make this event a success.

It is a winning formula that has attracted crowds for the past two years, raising a combined total of more than $2,600 for the SEFF.


Please join us, savour the flavours and support our students! We look forward to seeing you there!



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