EPILEPSY FOUNDATION’S TASTE OF LOVE GALA
The Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia presents its signature fundraising gala, the Taste of Love, in February. It’s a stylish black tie event held at The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta (Buckhead) with a new theme every year celebrating the successes of those with epilepsy. Taste of Love features gourmet dining, premium wine pairings, live entertainment, top-notch silent and live auctions and the chance to dance the night away. Taste of Love is pleased to once welcome WSB-TV anchor John Bachman as emcee for 2013 event. All proceeds from the event benefit the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia.
The 2013 Event Host Committee: Stephanie Boswell, Laura Buoch, Molly Caine, Tracy Dean, Greg Embry, Amy Gray, Emily Hoffman, Camille Holubar, Rebecca King, Bonnie Leadbetter, Meredith Murphy, Pam Murphy, Anita Patterson, Grayson Pratt, Amy Richardson, Janeese Snelling, Cynthia Stedeford and Pat Terwilliger.
Taste of Love is the annual fundraising gala of the Epilepsy Foundation. Attended each year by more than 600 prominent Atlantans, Taste of Love treats guests to a night of gourmet dining prepared by the chefs of The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta (Buckhead), live entertainment and fantastic silent and live auctions filled with exciting vacation getaways, luxury items and sports packages as well as fine dining and unusual life experiences. With a 2013 theme of “Creating an Oasis for Those Living with Epilepsy,” the Taste of Love promises to thrill and surprise.
Saturday, February 9, 2013
7 p.m. to 1 a.m.
$250 per ticket
$2,500 table hosts for 10 guests
$3,000 table hosts for 12 guests
Sponsorships are available.
Tickets are available by calling 404-527-7155 or can by purchased online at www.epilepsyga.org.
The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta (Buckhead)
3434 Peachtree Road
Atlanta, GA 30326
Special Romance Room Rates will be available to the Taste of Love guests
The Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia is a charitable non-profit, volunteer and professional organization committed to the prevention and control of epilepsy, and to helping improve the lives of people who have epilepsy. The Foundation is the state voluntary health organization dedicated to the prevention and cure of seizure disorders, the alleviation of their effects, and the promotion of independence and optimal quality of life for people who have these disorders. Through its community involvement with employers, teachers, law enforcement officials, health care professionals and individuals with epilepsy and their families, the agency is active in a broad range of programs. These programs include information and education, advocacy, support of research, job placement, camp scholarships and the delivery of specialized services.
Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia contact: Pam Murphy
As the signature fundraising event for the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia, Taste of Love directs all proceeds to helping prevent, control and cure epilepsy through research, education, advocacy, services, camperships and a medication fund as well as to ensuring that Georgians with seizure disorders are able to participate in all life experiences.