AMCH Culinary fundraiser Saturday, September 28th at SubZero
AMERICAN MEDICAL COLLEGE OF HOMEOPATHY HOSTS CULINARY FUNDRAISER IN SCOTTSDALE FEATURING VALLEY CHEFS
When you picture a fundraising dinner to support a local nonprofit, it usually involves a plated chicken dinner and a hotel banquet room. Not so for Phoenix-based American Medical College of Homeopathy. They are thinking outside of the box, and aiming to not only educate their guests, but entice their palates as well by hosting a Celebrity Chef Collaboration fundraiser starring several Valley chefs!
Each chef will be given their own high-end kitchen within SubZero/Wolf's showroom to craft their own unique recipe while an AMCH student assists as their Sous Chef in educating the audience of the medicinal benefits each ingredient provides. Guests will be able to learn and sample several dishes throughout the night, feast on lavish hors d' oeuvres and spirits, bid on silent auction items, partake in a 50/50 cash raffle all in support of nonprofit American Medical College of Homeopathy.
All are welcome to attend. Tickets are available now and may be purchased by visiting http://www.celebritychefcollaboration.com. Early bird discounted tickets are available until August 30th for $75 each or 2 for $100 to encourage guests to bring a friend. After that, tickets increase to $100/ticket.
To learn more call 602-347-7950.
About The American Medical College of Homeopathy
AMCH was established in Phoenix in 1999 by founders Todd Rowe MD, MD(H), CCH, DHt, Thelma Rowe PsyD, Patrick Hesselmann CCH and Lesley Hesselmann DiHom and is a nonprofit organization. The school provides a collaborative, inspiring learning environment that provides a solid foundation for homeopathic practice. AMCH offers a 1200 hour homeopathic practitioner certificate program (campus-based and online), a 40 hour acute care program, 40 and 50 hour self-paced learning programs in homeopathy, 35 hour integrative medicine self-paced learning program, and homeopathic preceptorship programs. To learn more, visit http://www.amcofh.org or call 602-357-7950.