I’ve been fortunate to know Seeds of Africa founder Atti Worku for about seven years now. She and I used to model together, and since then she’s gone on to graduate from Columbia University in New York and head up this wonderful foundation. She is a shining example of beauty inside and out.
Seeds of Africa is a nonprofit organization whose vision is to create a self-sustaining model for education and community development that can be replicated in other African communities. Beginning in Ethiopia, they educate and nurture gifted children, young adults, and communities with support that meets basic needs, an innovative curriculum, and community development programs.
Seeds is excited to announce the official launch of their Dream School Campaign with a fabulous kick off event in Dallas. They will continue their year-long celebration with events in New York, Chicago, London, Paris, and their groundbreaking ceremony in Addis Ababa and Adama, Ethiopia.
The Dallas event, “Chefs and Seeds”, will take place at 3015 at Trinity Groves on Wednesday October 22nd, from 7-11 pm. The evening will bring together 14 of the most talented and highly acclaimed chefs from the area to entice guests with delicious food, drinks, and music for a wonderful cause..
This extraordinary culinary event, sponsored by D Magazine, will feature chefs:
- Andrew Bell, Bolsa
- Tiffany Derry, Tiffany Derry Concepts
- Tom Fleming, Crossroads Diner
- Omar Flores, Casa Rubia
- Gilbert Garza, Suze
- Tracy German, Tracy’s Cake Bar
- Jeffrey Harris, AF+B
- DJ Quintanilla, Resto Gastro Bistro
- Stephen Rogers, Gemma
- Jon Stevens, Stock & Barrel
- John Tesar, Knife
- Sharon Van Meter, 3015 at Trinity Groves
- Brian Zenner, Oak
For tickets and more information, please click here.
I hope you will join us for a fun evening in support of this wonderful cause! See ya Wednesday.