Cuisine for Healing Announces Sixth Annual A Night on the Wilkie Way Benefit Event
Cuisine for Healing (www.cuisineforhealing.org), a nonprofit
organization dedicated to making nutritious, delicious food readily available to cancer patients and
others combating disease, today announced the date, venue, sponsors and other details for the Sixth Annual A Night on the Wilkie Way, the organization’s largest fundraising event, held annually and named in honor of Cuisine for Healing founder, the late Wendy Wilkie. The event will be held on Sunday, September 21, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at the Reata Bar & Restaurant, located at 310 Houston Street in Fort Worth.
The evening’s festivities will include tasting bars with large selections of Reata’s famous cuisine, all
prepared to Cuisine for Healing certification guidelines, cocktails, live musical entertainment provided by 3 Fools on 3 Stools, door prizes, a live auction and more. Scott Murray will emcee the event. Tami Morrison is the 2014 event chairperson.
Honorary co-chairs are Maurice Guidry and Stephanie Atkins-Guidry. The presenting sponsor for the 6th Annual A Night on the Wilkie Way is USMD, and the media sponsor is Fort Worth, Texas Magazine.
“We are honored to once again join together with the support of our community to celebrate and raise funds to support those battling cancer and other diseases,” said Sue Austin, president of Cuisine for Healing. “We’re excited to host this year’s event at our new venue, the Reata Restaurant Fort Worth, and we are so thankful to our event sponsors and supporters for their continued support of our Outreach Food Program.”
Individual tickets to the 6th Annual A Night on the Wilkie Way are $75. Reserved tables for 2 are $140, reserved tables for 4 are $275 and reserved tables for 6 are $400.00. To purchase tickets or find more information, go to www.cuisineforhealing.org. Sponsorship packages are available by contacting Sue Austin at 817.921.2377 or visiting www.cuisineforhealing.org to download a sponsor form. All proceeds benefit Cuisine for Healing, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization.