Record-Breaking Outcome for Foodie Philanthropy 

Foodie Philanthropy, the annual culinary extravaganza dedicated to raising funds for charitable causes, announced a record-breaking outcome for its 2024 event. On April 10, 2024, representatives from Foodie Philanthropy and emcee Marc Istook anchor of WFAA’s Daybreak presented a check to the James L. West Center for Dementia Care in support of its mission to serve individuals impacted by dementia. 

Foodie Philanthropy has exceeded all expectations this year as a result of the 46 participating restaurants and raffle sales that raised a record breaking $105,000, a 28% increase over the prior year. These funds will be instrumental in supporting the James L. West Center’s Dementia and Caregiver Education Program, which provides personalized, innovative care and support for families navigating the challenges of dementia. 

“We are thrilled to present this record-breaking donation to the James L. West Center for Dementia Care,” said Joanna Crain, Co-Founder of Foodie Philanthropy. “Their dedication to serving individuals impacted by dementia aligns perfectly with our mission to make a positive impact in our community. We are proud to support their efforts in providing vital education and support programs for caregivers and healthcare professionals.” 

“We are deeply grateful to Foodie Philanthropy for their generous contribution,” said Cheryl Harding, President & CEO of the James L. West Center for Dementia Care. “Their support enables us to continue our mission of providing personalized, innovative care and support for individuals impacted by dementia. With their help, we can expand our reach and make a meaningful difference in the lives of even more families and caregivers.” 

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