We are pleased to announce that Dallas 24 Hour Club will produce a brand new 2021 edition of Cooking at Home Through the Seasons: A Collection of Recipes Created by Dallas’ Top Chefs From Their Homes to Yours. The Cookbook will feature favorite seasonal recipes from new and returning celebrity chefs, along with inspirational messages of hope and recovery, which highlight our mission since 1969 to provide safe, sober transitional living for homeless men and women seeking a brand new life away from drugs and alcohol.
We are thrilled to announce that Chef Junior Borges, Vice President of Culinary for the new restaurant concept, The Village Dallas, along with Chef Sharon Van Meter, President and CEO of 3015 at Trinity Groves and SVM Productions, the leader in television and radio culinary world, have joined our team as Honorary Chefs and will assist with this year’s Cookbook.
In order to raise the necessary funds to continue our mission, we are seeking your financial support, as we are seeing an unprecedented number of people who suffer from substance abuse being negatively impacted during this stressful time. More are becoming homeless and in need of the type of services we offer. In 2020, we served 400 residents with 1 out of 3 residents embracing recovery! Additionally, we recently opened Tillman House, a sober, affordable, fully-furnished apartment-style living facility for our Successful 24 Graduates. Now more than ever, we need your support.
Please consider helping us continue to make an even greater impact in 2021 by being one of our Cooking at Home Through the Seasons Cookbook Sponsors.
With grateful hearts,
Martha and Doug Hawthorne, Honorary Chairs
Megan and Christopher McGuire, Chairs
Marsha Williamson, Dallas 24 Hour Club CEO