Join Greyston on Nov. 16 for a New Take on Thanksgiving

Need some inspiration for your holiday table? Award-winning chef, bestselling author, founder of The Chef Jeff Project Relaunch, and someone who embodies Greyston’s mission, Chef Jeff Henderson​, is hosting a virtual cooking demonstration to benefit Greyston’s PathMaking programs.

Tune in on November 16 at 7:00 pm (EST) to see Chef Jeff prepare his family’s traditional cornbread dressing as well as a delicious dessert featuring Greyston brownies and Ben & Jerry’s Cherry Garcia  – two treats that are even better together. He’ll also share his thoughts on eating well, giving thanks, and supporting Greyston’s tireless efforts to build a more inclusive economy, one person and one job at a time. 

For a registration fee of $250.00, you'll receive:

  •          Live access to Jeff's presentation;
  •          A collection of Jeff's recipes for Thanksgiving and every day;
  •          A collection of dessert recipes courtesy of the Greyston Bakery Test Kitchen;
  •          A copy of Jeff's book, If You Can See It, You Can Be It; and
  •          A box of Greyston's traditional and vegan brownies.

Don't miss it! Register now at thanksgivingwithchefjeff.funraise.org​. All proceeds will fund Greyston's Workforce Development and Community Wellness initiatives in Southwest Yonkers and beyond. Help us pave paths to success for those who need it most. 

About Greyston

Greyston is a nonprofit social justice enterprise, working to create job opportunities and provide services that enable self-sufficiency through the Open Hiring® business model. We provide paths to employment and no-cost development programs to anyone in need to better our communities, and meet our combined social, environmental, and financial goals. In serving the people of Southwest Yonkers, New York, Greyston promotes inclusion, offers support to disenfranchised people, battles against systemic inequities, and advocates for a level playing field for all, regardless of their pasts.


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