Thursdays, February 2 -23
Join the Napa Valley Youth Advocacy Center and the Cameo Cinema each Thursday in February for a featured film hosted by a Napa Valley celebrity chef. All proceeds will benefit Food of Love a mentoring program where teens learn to cook in a healthy way and support their community at the same time.
Food of Love is a collaboration between A&A Kitchen of St. Helena, Napa Valley Youth Advocacy Center, and St. Helena Hospital Martin O’Neil Cancer Center, — a 100% volunteer, locally-focused program providing cancer patients and their families healthy meals during cancer treatment. While the main intent of the program is to provide nutritious meals to patients, the bi-product is a mentoring program for teens. Under the supervision and caring of the chefs Amy and Adrianne, teens are learning how to cook in a healthy way and supporting their community at the same time.
“The Food of Love program has opened doors that I never thought would be open. I have met people that have changed my life for the better and that care about me. Without the Food of Love program I would be wasting my time not doing anything productive, but now I am helping others and getting experience in the process. The Food of Love program is amazing and it’s all possible thanks to Amy and Adrianne.”
— Devin, junior chef
$30/person at the door for each individual event
Unable to attend? Support Food of Love
Not able to join the film series but you would like to support teaching youth how to cook in healthy way while giving back to their community? Support the Food of Love project and donate today!
*Tax deductible. Tax ID#13-4293407