On Saturday, July 2, Foodbeast hosted its first-ever Family Dinner, naming Project Hope Alliance as the grateful beneficiary of the delicious evening. The Santa Ana-based online food haven delivered on passion, their Foodbeast Kitchen Studio at 4th Street Market, and their very own Chef Linh Nguyen; Melissa's Produce donated the fruits and veggies; Goose Island Beer Co. donated the suds; and guests brought the hope.
We are excited to announce that through ticket sales, more than $1,600 was raised for our mission of ending the cycle of homelessness, one child at a time.
While food is what awakens the Foodbeast family every morning, the extraordinary group also never takes the nourishment on their plates for granted. They know that there are more than 26,000 children struggling with homelessness in Orange County who worry about where their next meal will come from—or if it will come at all. This realization sparked the creation of their Foodbeast Family Dinner series.
Praised for their snappy, drool-inciting video recipes, Foodbeast has been a leading source of all things food, from news to information to entertainment, since 2008. Millions are eating up whatever they dish out every month, including Chef Linh's culinary masterpieces.
Thank you to the sponsors and diners who made the family-style feast such a scrumptious success. We have our bibs ready for Vol. 2.
Stay tuned for updates on Foodbeast's next dinner benefitting HOPE, coming to tables this fall.