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Nourish dinner supporting The Nashville Food Project returns this July

Nourish dinner supporting The Nashville Food Project returns this July

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 4, 2024) – The Nashville Food Project’s largest fundraiser, Nourish, presented by Kroger, is set to take place on Thursday, July 18, at 5:30 p.m. at Marathon Music Works, located at 1402 Clinton St.

Nourish promises to be a one-of-a-kind dining experience featuring a collaborative dinner prepared by some of Nashville’s most acclaimed chefs. Attendees can expect exquisite cuisine, fine wines, an exciting auction and a welcoming cocktail hour, all against the backdrop of Marathon Music Works’ vibrant atmosphere.

“Kroger is proud to return as the presenting sponsor of Nourish to build upon our shared work with The Nashville Food Project and promote sustainable hunger solutions in our communities,” said Lauren Bell, corporate affairs manager at Kroger. “We’re excited to bring people together for a delicious evening to help advance this important work.”

The lineup of participating chefs includes culinary talents such as Julio Hernandez from Maiz De La VidaBrian Lea and Leina Horii from KisserColby Rasavong from Bad IdeaVivek Surti from Tailor, Levon and Kim Wallace from Fat Belly Pretzel Bakery & Deli, and Andy Doubrava and Tiffani Ortiz, upcoming sixth-iteration chefs at The Catbird Seat.

All proceeds from Nourish, including sponsorships, ticket sales and auction proceeds, will directly contribute to The Nashville Food Project’s mission. This organization employs strategies like vibrant urban agriculture programs, community meals initiatives and food recovery models to connect all Nashvillians with quality food.

Tickets for Nourish are $275 and are available now for purchase through the following link:

This is a 21+ event; complimentary valet service will be provided at Nourish.


About The Nashville Food Project

The Nashville Food Project was born from the idea that all people should have access to the food they want and need. We bring people together to grow, cook, and share nourishing food with the goals of cultivating community and alleviating hunger in our city. This year alone, we will share over 300,000 scratch-made meals and 40,000 pounds of fresh produce to sustain after-school programs, immigrant communities, homeless outreach organizations and many others in Nashville.