Event at the B&O Railroad Museum Benefits Our Daily Bread Employment Center
Media Contact: Rena Daly email@example.com
23 Mar 17 12:00 AM CDT
Have you ever wanted to taste-test food from more than 30 of the best Baltimore-area restaurants while supporting a great cause? Join Catholic Charities at the 26th annual A Taste of Maryland.
A Taste of Maryland takes place on Saturday, March 4, from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. at the B&O Railroad Museum, located at 901 W. Pratt St. in Baltimore. Free parking is available.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Our Daily Bread Employment Center, a Catholic Charities of Baltimore program that provides people in need with meals, case management, job training and a host of other vital services.
“A Taste of Maryland is a fantastic event that not only showcases some of the best food in the Baltimore area, but also raises crucial funds to support the work of Our Daily Bread Employment Center,” said Bill McCarthy, executive director of Catholic Charities of Baltimore. “We are so grateful to the restaurants and the chefs who donate their time, energy and tremendous cuisine to make this evening very special, and through their efforts help to feed the 700 people who come through the doors of Our Daily Bread every single day.”
Tickets for A Taste of Maryland are $200, and are available online at cc-md.org/tasteofmd. $150 of the ticket price is tax-deductible.
Participating Restaurants & Chefs:
· Aldo’s Ristorante Italiano
· b – A Bolton Hill Bistro
· Café Gia
· Café Hon
· Christopher Place Employment Academy
· The Classic Catering People
· Clement’s Pastry Shop
· Faidley’s Seafood
· Golden West Café
· Gourmet Again
· Heavy Seas Alehouse
· La Scala Ristorante Italiano
· Michael’s Café
· The Nickel Taphouse
· Pierpoint Restaurant
· Prigel Family Creamery
· Salsa Grill
· Southern Blues
· Stone Mill Bakery
· Vaccaro’s Italian Pastry Shop
· Whitney Willyums Home Crafted Fine Cuisine
· Woodberry Kitchen
· Zeke’s Coffee
About Our Daily Bread Employment Center
Our Daily Bread Employment Center provides daily hot meals to more than 700 individuals, as well as case management services, job training and employment counseling. Our Daily Bread first opened its doors on June 1, 1981 and has never missed a day of serving Baltimoreans in need.
About Catholic Charities of Baltimore
Catholic Charities of Baltimore is Maryland’s largest private provider of human services, offering assistance to children and families, people living in poverty, individuals with intellectual disabilities, immigrants and seniors without regard to religion, race or other circumstances. Inspired by the Gospel mandates to love, serve and teach, the more than 80 programs of Catholic Charities improve the lives of hundreds of thousands of Marylanders each year. Catholic Charities continues a legacy of charity and compassion that began with the establishment of the Catholic Church in Baltimore in 1789. For more information, please visit www.cc-md.org.
Catholic Charities has experts available to discuss a wide variety of topics, including poverty, homelessness, mental health, intellectual disabilities, immigration and issues related to aging.
More information about Our Daily Bread Employment Center