Calling all foodies and philanthropists!
African Harvest is a benefit event that will showcase the culinary artistry of Chef Jeff Crump (acclaimed author of Earth to Table and Corporate Chef at the Ancaster Mill) and Andrée Riffou (of C’est Bon Cooking), who will combine secret ingredients into small plates with African flair.
Guests will enjoy live cooking demonstrations, delicious food, a variety of local wine and beer, and a silent and live auction, with all proceeds from the evening going to support the life-changing work of Farm Radio International.
In 2012, Farm Radio International received the Rockefeller Foundation’s Innovation Challenge Award in recognition of its innovative use of radio to improve lives, and its work has recently been featured by CNN, The New York Times and The Toronto Star.
Please join us for a fun-filled, feel-good evening that will help serve small-scale farmers across Africa.
Tickets are available for purchase online here, by phone at 1-888-773-7717 and in person at Cardamom & Cloves spice shop at 440 Preston Street in Ottawa.
We are happy to offer discount pricing for groups of 8 or more. Reserved tables have sold out.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What time can I arrive?
The event begins at 7 pm. Doors open at 6:30 pm.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
It would be very helpful for our volunteers if you arrive with your ticket printed from Eventbrite.
Can I invite people to African Harvest?
You sure can! Just send them a link to this page so that they can purchase their ticket. You can also invite them through Facebook.
What does the ticket price include?
Your ticket includes four small plates prepared by Chef Crump and Chef Riffou, as well as complimentary local wine and beer, and the chance to win one of many great door prizes.
Are there vegetarian options available?
At least two of the four plates of food being served will be vegetarian.
Where is the venue located?
African Harvest will take place in the Kildare room in the basement of Saint Brigid's Centre for the Arts, at 310 Saint Patrick Street in Lowertown. The entrance to the Kildare room is on Cumberland Street via the steps. Unfortunately, this space is not accessible by wheelchair.
Where can I find parking?
There is a parking lot at the venue, ample street parking nearby, and parking lots located at Murray and Dalhousie and on York Street beside Clarendon Court.
What will the funds raised through African Harvest go to support?
Proceeds from African Harvest will go to support Farm Radio International's efforts in 38 African countries to:
Can I donate to Farm Radio International without buying a ticket?
Yes! Please visit www.farmradio.org and click the "Donate" button, or add a donation to your order when purchasing your ticket(s) here.
Can I make a donation to the silent or live auction?
Yes! Please contact Brenda Jackson at email@example.com or 613-761-3646 if you are interested in making a contribution to the either the silent or live auction. Thank you for your support!
I have a question that isn't covered here. Who should I contact for more information?
Please contact Brenda Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-761-3646 if you have any questions not answered here.
A Canadian non-profit organization that helps African broadcasters harness the power of radio to meet the needs of small-scale farmers. Shared through our network of more than 600 radio stations across about 40 countries, our resources and training help African broadcasters deliver practical, relevant and timely information to tens of millions of farmers over the airwaves.
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