The Alliance for Multicultural Community Services will host its first annual international food and culture celebration on Thursday, October 12, 2017 from 7-10pm at Kim Son restaurant. United We Dine is an opportunity to celebrate Houston’s diversity while highlighting the important work Alliance does to help refugees and underserved individuals in the community.
Chefs will give attendees the opportunity to virtually transport themselves to various countries and regions through the culinary expertise of about 20 unique restaurants. Each will offer a small plate featuring their signature dish. During the event, patrons will be entertained with live performances from the finest artists representing various cultures from around the globe.
We hope that you will join us in our efforts to highlight the extraordinary power of food. Food can forge friendships. Hold families together. Keep communities close. And spark celebrations!
Alliance for Multicultural Community Services has transformed the lives of thousands of refugees and other community members for over 30 years. Alliance’s mission is to create opportunities for refugees, immigrants, and underserved residents to achieve their goals for self-sufficiency and improve their quality of life. Alliance is the premiere nonprofit organization for welcoming and empowering refugees, immigrants, and underserved residents who face financial, educational, health, language or cultural barriers to realizing their dreams. To help clients overcome those barriers, Alliance provides holistic services including youth empowerment, intensive case management, adult education, workforce training and development, financial coaching, and small business development support.
Many thanks to our generous honorary chairs for helping host this inaugural event!
United We Dine would not be possible without the support of our dedicated host committee members:
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