Benefit for The Organic Center offers stunning prizes to lucky attendees: Trip to Australia, organic mattress and a custom-fitted bike among gifts
In addition to supporting the work of The Organic Center while enjoying a scrumptious all-organic dinner, attendees at the research organization’s annual benefit dinner March 6 in Anaheim will have the opportunity to receive some amazing prizes.
- Roundtrip airfare to Australia and an organic farm tour from Australian Organic Meats
- A PUBLIC bike, custom fitted to the winner, from CLIF Bar
- One year’s supply of dairy products from Organic Valley
- An organic mattress from Naturepedic
- A set of 16 organic spices and rack to hold them from Frontier® Co-op/Simply Organic
- One of three organic cotton accessories (Duffle Bag, Weekender Bag, Laptop Sleeve) from Gallant International Inc.
- Two cases of organic snacks (Organic Hit The Trail Mix and Organic Dark Chocolate Almonds) from SunRidge Farms
- One complimentary registration for The Organic Center’s 2019 Organic Confluence Summit.
In an effort to support The Organic Center’s important research, generous event sponsors have provided these incredible gifts that will be given in a drawing for attendees. A ticket purchase is one entry to win, and each donation to The Organic Center will increase a guest’s chances to receive one of these gifts.
Organic inspiration, organic food, organic fun
The Organic Center’s 16th Annual Benefit Dinneris the biggest all-organic dinner and premier executive-level networking event at Natural Products Expo West. Hundreds of organic visionaries, activists and businesses will come together to enjoy an organic feast, created by Chef Megan Mitchell, and raise money to support the latest science on the environmental and health benefits of organic food and farming.
The keynote speaker this year is entrepreneur and organic food advocate Shannon Allen. Shannon, wife of two-time NBA champion Ray Allen, is the creator and owner of the thriving all-organic fast-food restaurant chain grown™.
In addition, The Organic Center will recognize environmental health scientist Dr. Asa Bradman with its Award of Excellence during the annual benefit dinner. Dr. Bradman has co-authored some of the most important work on the impacts of pesticides on the health of pregnant women and children in agricultural communities, with several studies showing links between higher organophosphate pesticide exposure during pregnancy and poorer neurodevelopment in children.
The event is expected to sell-out. A limited number of tickets are still available, and can be purchased online.
Sponsors make it possible
Sponsors for the benefit dinner are General Mills, grown™, New Hope Network, Danone North America, Honest Tea, Organic Valley, Que Pasa, Stonyfield Organic, Whole Foods Market,
Braga Fresh Family Farms | Josie’s Organics, Cal-Organic Farms, Clover Sonoma, Driscoll's, Frontier Co-op, Gallant International Inc., Independent Natural Food Retailers Association (INFRA), Once Upon a Farm, Patagonia Provisions, Prairie Organic Spirits, Simply Organic, and Urban Remedy.