Join us for Terre Haute Children’s Museum Top Chefs
13th Annual Fundraiser for the Terre Haute Children’s Museum
Hosted at the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods Softball Complex
THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN! After hosting a virtual event in 2020, our chefs are excited to return to a new, reimagined in-person event for 2021. To celebrate our 13th annual event, we are giving the entire 100 Men Who Cook a refresh. There will be a new event location, new theme and a new event name. We are excited to announce 100 Men Who Cook is now Terre Haute Children’s Museum Top Chefs!
Picture it....a warm summer night, a casual dress code, cold beverages being served, making your way around the bases to taste different food from 100+ local leaders, an amazing silent and live auction, live entertainment and a surprise ending that will wrap this event up with a bang. Mark your calendars for Saturday, July 24 and make plans to join us in the Field of Dreams at the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods softball complex to support STEM education for the children in the Wabash Valley.
Be sure to help your favorite chef and team take home the night's highest honor and bragging rights by tipping them. Tips can be made online and at the event. Remember, this is the largest fundraiser of the year for the Terre Haute Children’s Museum. Your support makes a HUGE difference.
- The team that brings in the most total tips will be crowned the World Series Winner.
- The top tip winner on each team will be recognized as a member of the THCM Field of Dreams All Star Team.
- The one chef that raises the most money will be the THCM MVP and receive the top award and recognition.
Funds raised at the event support the Museum in our mission to “enrich our children's lives through the exploration of science and technology.” These important funds will not only help the Museum expand our exhibits and programs, but they will also support scholarship programs that provide free and reduced admission and program fees to children, families, and school groups that are in need.
As with many businesses and nonprofits, 2020 was a rough year for the Museum. We lost over half of our operating revenue from our closure and reduced visits, membership sales, facility rentals and birthday parties. The funds raised by this event will truly help bridge our financial gap this year until our guest and membership numbers return.
We can't wait to see you at the ballfield this summer!