CHOPPED!Worcester 2018

Presented by Jeremiah's Inn

Jeremiah's Inn is pleased to host the return of our most exciting fundraiser of the year! The event will be held in the Odeum Room at the Rubin Campus Center of  Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

This year we are auctioning off a seat at the judges table! You will join three talented chefs at the best seat in the house. Chef Alina Eisenhauer competitor on several Food Network cooking shows and winner of Sweet Genius. Executive Chef Mike Arristia from Hangover Pub,  and WPI's own Chef Derek Gibbs. Together you will sample and critique the creations made by the contestants and ultimately determine who goes home with the "Golden Cleaver" -and who gets CHOPPED!

If you would prefer to join us for the competition as a guest, tickets are $50 available at . You can enjoy food samples from local eateries and bid on auction items donated by our community supporters. 

The silent auction will take place during the event and items will be featured here on our auction page. You won't have to leave your seat to check on your bids so you won't miss any of the competition! If you can't make it to the event, while you will be missed, don't fret:). You can still place a bid or make a donation from work or home!

All proceeds go to help fund Jeremiah's Inn Nutrition Center and Recovery Program. Last year we raised over $10,000 and we have even loftier goals this year! We hope you find it in your heart to be generous as we pursue our goal to double the amount we raised at last years CHOPPED!Worcester event. However you decide to contribute, please know your support is greatly appreciated! 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

100 Institute Rd
Worcester MA, 01609

9/24/2018 5:30 AM

Have questions? Please contact us!


Thank you for your support!

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