Join us for Epicure: One Bite at a Time

Channel One Regional Food Bank will host a new fundraising event, Epicure: One Bite at a Time, at the Channel One warehouse on April 29th from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

Featuring at least 20 partnering restaurants providing epicurean bites, this exciting new event will give approximately 200 guests a chance to socialize, dance and come together around something that connects us all: food.

Throughout the evening, attendees can enjoy tours of the facility, diverse foods and beverages, entertainment and a chance to procure exclusive food experiences. Guests will also hear a short presentation by Honorary Chairs Dr. John and Patricia Noseworthy and individuals in our community who have experienced food insecurity.

Proceeds will support Channel One Food Bank’s prepared meals program, Kitchen Coalition. Cocktail attire is recommended.


A limited number of VIP areas are available for $2,000. VIP areas include admission for 8, a reserved intimate seating area, wine, and exclusive bites from Our Paladar.
To purchase, contact Jessica Sund at

Honorary Chairs Dr. John and Patricia Noseworthy

In a recent press release, Honorary Chairs Dr. John and Patricia Noseworthy discussed why they feel so strongly about supporting Channel One through this new event. John Noseworthy stated, “As long-time supporters of Channel One, we are thrilled to be involved in Epicure: One Bite at a Time. Few things are more important to individuals and families than proper, healthy meals. With inflation and the current state of the economy that has a disparate effect on this community, we are aware of how dire the need for food and meal programs has become. Channel One has proven its innovation and inclusiveness in addressing food insecurity through programs and partnerships in the community and we are proud to be a part of its growth.”

Patricia Noseworthy added, “Food is something that brings people and cultures together. As the diversity of our community continues to grow, we know the importance of providing access to food that is dignified and respectful of those experiencing food insecurity. We are pleased to support Channel One’s programs that address this importance and continue to meet the changing needs of our community.”