The Stop at Scaramouche Builds Meaningful Connections


Last night at The Stop at Scaramouche, we raised close to $25,000 in support of our critical food access and community-building programs!

This year marked the 8th anniversary of The Stop at Scaramouche. This annual event not only brings our supporters together around the table to enjoy an unforgettable meal. Scaramouche also provides a unique opportunity for The Stop’s kitchen volunteers to cook with, and learn from, one of the country’s finest chefs.

Last night, Chef Carolyn Reid (pictured above, second from left) worked with The Stop’s volunteers (also above, left to right) Arminda, Misty, Nuala, and David.

Thank you to Scaramouche for building meaningful connections, and for helping to raise funds and awareness, ensuring that everyone has a place at the table. And thank you to our guests for joining us to build health, hope, and community!

Every day at The Stop, we use food as a tool to build community and create change, leading to healthier, more connected, and more self-determined communities.