Please support Amos House, a nonprofit social service agency based in Providence that provides direct support for men, women, and children in Rhode Island who are hungry, homeless, and in crisis, at From Seed to Spoon, a seasonal dinner with Chef, Author and TV host Dave Lieberman, this Saturday, September 28th.
The event will be held at The Steel Yard in Providence with a multi-course dinner prepared by More Than A Meal Catering, a division of Amos House Works. Each course will spotlight seasonal fall produce, sustainable meat, and freshly caught seafood from local farmers. Listen to bluegrass music and have the chance to bid on exciting items during a live auction. You can view the menu and purchase tickets here.
“Amos House is an incredible organization that impacts so many lives,” Lieberman said. “The work they do, and the difference they make, is a perfect illustration of how truly transformative wholesome food can be beyond simply the nutrition it provides. The evening’s menu perfectly captures the best of fall’s flavors while taking full advantage of Rhode Island’s natural bounty. From the local seafood to the farm-fresh veggies this is going to be one knockout meal.” Lieberman is serving as Amos House’s special guest and MC for the evening, mingling with the guests and acting as live auctioneer.
From Seed to Spoon will raise funds to help provide direct support for men, women, and children in Rhode Island who are hungry, homeless, and in crisis. By attending this event you are helping to support the many programs and services Amos House offers to those who need them most. Tickets for this event are $200 per person for the VIP reception, cocktails and dinner or $150 per person for cocktails and dinner. Tickets for this event can be purchased online at fromseedtospoon.eventbrite.com or by calling 401- 831-9866.
Amos House is a nonprofit social service agency based in Providence, RI that provides direct support for men, women, and children in Rhode Island who are hungry, homeless, and in crisis. The agency began as a soup kitchen 37 years ago, but has grown into a full service agency that is changing lives through our recovery based 90-day transitional housing program, permanent supportive housing, our job training programs, job development and placement services, life skills classes, literacy and financial literacy education and our overarching community. We are helping men and women to develop the skills they need to live productive lives.