Winter Games Gala Takes Gold for Record-Breaking Results

Event brings in the highest-ever dollar amount in history of Cause to Cook Gala events!

Cause to Cook for a Cure 2014The Greg Marzolf Jr. Foundation raised more than $70,500 to support local muscular dystrophy research at the Winter Games Gala –Champions for a cure – its Cause to Cook for a Cure fundraising gala at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. This year’s record-breaking results are the highest ever achieved in the history of the Greg Marzolf Jr. Foundation’s Cause to Cook for a Cure galas.
The Winter Games Gala was hosted by guest emcee Paul Allen from KFAN radio, who helped drive event participation and contributed to making it such a successful event.

The evening included food from around the world, games of chance including a live outdoor competition, a dessert board, a prize board, wine tasting, a silent auction, a fund-a-need auction and live music from Lightning Creek. You can see photos from the event here.

The money raised at the Winter Games Gala will be allocated exclusively to support the Greg Marzolf Jr. Trainee Program at the Paul and Sheila Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Center at the University of Minnesota.

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RSVP for the Winter Games Gala!

Cause to Cook for a Cure 2014Join us and RSVP online today for the Winter Games Gala – Champions for a Cure fundraising gala on January 18, 2014 at the University of St. Thomas – James B. Woulfe Alumni Hall in St. Paul. You won’t want to miss out on a night of fantastic food from around the world, games, a silent auction, live music and more with the goal of raising money and awareness to support local research at the University of Minnesota for a cure to Muscular Dystrophy.

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