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Jalapeno Happy Hour to Support Healthy Kids
Cafe a Cote, 1201 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

Please join us for an evening reception supporting Food Literacy Center’s future cooking school and headquarters located at Floyd Farms.

Floyd Farms at Leataata Floyd Elementary will be home to a city-run community garden, Food Literacy Center’s headquarters and cooking school, and student gardens managed by Food Literacy Center program staff. 

Sponsorship Levels

  • $2,500 Broccoli Backflips Sponsor
    8 reception tickets, listed on event signage, verbal recognition, plus all $2,500 personal level benefits at the September 18 Groundbreaking
  • $1,000 Carrot Tops Sponsor
    6 reception tickets, listed on event signage, verbal recognition, plus all the $1,000 personal level benefits at the September 18 Groundbreaking
  • $500 Pepper Proud Sponsor 
    4 reception tickets and listed on event signage
  • $100 Individual Ticket to Reception

Thank you to our fundraiser co-hosts:
Mayor Darrell Steinberg
County Supervisor Phil Serna
County Supervisor Patrick Kennedy
Senator Richard Pan
Assemblymember Kevin McCarty
City Councilmember Steve Hansen
SCUSD Board Member Lisa Murawski
CFEE President Jay Hansen
Patrick Harbison, Patrick Harbison Public Relations

Printable Jalapeno Happy Hour Flyer

For more information contact:
Samantha Lysaythong, samantha@foodliteracycenter.org or (916) 476-4766

Make checks payable to: Food Literacy Center
Food Literacy Center, PO Box 188706, Sacramento, CA 95818

Food Literacy Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, tax ID #45-3973268
Our mission is to inspire kids to eat their vegetables. We teach elementary children in low-income schools cooking and nutrition to improve our health, community and environment.

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