Join San Diego Chefs Help Raise Money For Cancer Group

More than 1,000 children are diagnosed with cancer each year in San Diego. The Seany Foundation holds special camps for these children and their families every year. This Sunday, September 23rd, local chefs will compete and you can vote for your favorite dish. It all helps the Seany Foundation.

In recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September, The Seany Foundation will raise money for its various camps and initiatives to support the long-term emotional health of kids with cancer and their families. 

These camps connect children and families affected by cancer to one another, allowing them to escape the cancer patient label and instead simply be kids. 

WHERE: Luce Court at Liberty Station (2641 Truxtun Road, San Diego 92106

WHEN: Sunday, September 23, noon- 3 p.m. 

WHO: Children affected by cancer and their families

Chefs from more than 12 local restaurants are teaming up for a competition this Sunday, September 23rd at Liberty Station. For your admission price, you can taste the food from at least a dozen chefs and vote for your favorite dish.

There will also be music and family activities.

The Seany Foundation raises funds to continue Seany’s Camp Reach for the Sky - an annual camping adventure bringing happiness to kids affected by cancer. 

Seany’s camps provide a safe space for kids dealing with cancer. Kids can have fun, feel “normal” and discover themselves with the company and support of peers experiencing similar struggles, while nurturing the mind, body, and spirit through time outdoors in nature.

Find details about the fundraiser and the Seany Foundation at The Seany Foundation website.

Photo Credit: Seany Foundation

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