Join renowned singer and food justice activist Jen Chapin and fellow musicians for a live performance and dinner to benefit the Brooklyn Food Coalition, February 26 at 7 p.m. Proceeds from the evening will benefit the Brooklyn Food Coalition’s school food reform advocacy efforts.
Each $50 ticket includes (vegetarian) dinner, drinks and live music in an intimate setting. Complimentary childcare will be provided as well.
An acclaimed urban folk singer, Chapin is also a longtime board member of World Hunger Year (www.whyhunger.org), an educator and a mother.
The concert will be held in a private residence near Grand Army Plaza in Prospect Heights (you will receive the exact address upon purchasing a ticket).