||October 5, 2014
11:30 am – 2:00 pm
Pacifica Graduate Institute
249 Lambert Road
Carpinteria, CA.This year we will honor the agricultural community.
Chuck & Missy Sheldon
Jeff & Susan Bridges, Danyel Dean, Jim & Deanna Dehlsen, Robert & Christine Emmons, Allan Ghitterman, Carla Hahn, Perri Harcourt, Richard & Karen Heimburg, George & Shari Isaac, Morrie & Irma Jurkowitz, Jeffrey & Nancy Kupperman, Nancy Laffert, Archie McLaren, Sara Miller McCune, Bill & Sandi Nicholson, Natalie Orfalea, Tom & Sue Parker, Marianne Patridge, Jim Poett, Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree, Katrina Rogers, Susan Rose, Alison & Geoff Rusack, Ken & Jo Saxon, Richard & Maryan Schall, Anne & Mike Towbes, Jim & Sherry Villanueva
Ann Daniel,Sue Dempster, Phyllis De Picciotto & Stan Roden, Brigitte Guehr, Joyce Howerton, Amanda Kramer, Cynder Sinclair, Stephanie Sokolove , Nina Terzian
This exclusive event is limited to 150 guests.
SOWING THE SEEDS FOR A HEALTHY FUTURE
The Table of Life Gala is a fundraiser for Foodbank Feed the Future programs, a sequential series of innovative programs that foster nutritional health and independence in children of all ages. These programs have been nationally recognized for their approached to making long-term change in their lives of recipients. Guests will learn more about the Foodbank’s exciting vision for a nutritionally healthy Santa Barbara while enjoying the unique opportunity to explore the organic gardens and enchanting orchards on Pacifica’s campus.
SPONSORSHIP & TICKET OPPORTUNITIES (PDF Version)
Sponsorship of $10,000 or more includes a premier table with seating for 10 guests. All donations will be recognized by giving level on printed materials and Foodbank website for one year. Deadline for sponsors to be acknowledged in the printed event program is September 1, 2014.
To sponsor, please contact: Jane Lindsey, Chief Development & Resource Officer, 805-967-5741 x 101 [email protected]
“In the Kitchen” with Foodbank Board Member Dr. John LaPuma and inaugural 2012 Table of Life Honorees Santa Barbara Foundation – Ron Gallo, Hutton Parker Foundation – Pam Lewis, co-chairs Susan Bridges, Natalie Orfalea and local triathlete Jacob Mansbach.
2014 Table of Life Sponsors
FRUIT OF THE EARTH CHAMPION
Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree
SCHOOL OF KNOWLEDGE SPONSOR
Armand Hammer Foundation
FEED THE FUTURE SUPPORTER
Montecito Bank & Trust
Michael & Anne Towbes
FEED THE FUTURE FRIEND
Deanna & Jim Jim GP Dehlsen
Allan Ghitterman & Susan Rose
Peter & Martha Karoff
Robert & Leslie Zemeckis
Artwork by Tom Henderson
TABLE OF LIFE LEADER ($50,000)
With your commitment, the Foodbank will develop the curricula, launch and pilot two new programs, Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies and Nutritional Independence. These programs complete the Feed the Future sequential series of programs, providing nutritional support for expecting mothers and high school aged children. This level allows for name inclusion within the programs. (Full table – 10 tickets)
FRUIT OF THE EARTH CHAMPION ($30,000)
Your contribution will allow the Foodbank to continue to operate 60 existing Feed the Future program sites countywide, impacting 5,000 children through the Food Literacy in Preschool, Kid’s Farmers Market, Picnic in the Park, Healthy School Pantry and Teens Love Cooking programs. This level allows for name inclusion within the programs. (Full table – 10 tickets)
GARDEN OF HEALTH ADVOCATE ($20,000)
Feed the Future programs must expand to meet the demand and ensure our children have a healthy future. Your contribution will cover produce sourcing costs and sponsor 20 additional program sites. (Full Table – 10 tickets)
SCHOOL OF KNOWLEDGE SPONSOR ($10,000)
Your sponsorship will support Foodbank program staff responsible for developing and testing program curricula. Your contribution will also enable the Foodbank to train a task force of 50 community leaders to administer food literacy curricula for Feed the Future programs. (Full Table – 10 tickets)
FEED THE FUTURE SUPPORTER ($5,000)
Your contribution will support the integration of the Foodbank’s Grow Your Own Way Program in all Feed the Future programs. This self-sustaining four stage program empowers participants to grow more of their own food with free seedlings, trainings and use of gardening tool library. (Half Table—5 individual tickets)
FEED THE FUTURE FRIEND ($1,000)
Each child in the Feed the Future programs receives delicious, fresh produce and food literacy training. Your support will sponsor 20 participating children for one year. (Individual Ticket—1)
The Foodbank is honored that Dr. Stephen Aizenstat, Chancellor, has again opened Pacifica’s doors to host the Table of Life Gala in their idyllic Lambert Campus grounds for the third year. An accredited graduate school, Pacifica Graduate Institute offers masters and doctoral degree programs framed in the traditions in depth psychology. The Institute has established an educational environment that nourishes respect for cultural diversity and individual differences, and an academic community that fosters a spirit of free and open inquiry. The mission of Pacifica Graduate Institute is to foster creative learning and research in the fields of psychology and mythological studies, framed in the traditions of depth psychology.