Appetite for Construction
The event proceeds of $87,000 will support the HBA Charitable Foundation’s housing and education initiatives.
The HBA Charitable Foundation experienced record fundraising at its Appetite for Construction gala April 19 at Metro Appliances and More. The event proceeds of $87,000 will support the foundation’s housing and education initiatives.
At the gala, 10 Tulsa chefs prepared and served their recipes in kitchens throughout the Metro facility. The evening also included live auction and silent auctions, raffles and entertainment by the Barrett Lewis Band.
Since its inception in 2013, the HBA Charitable Foundation has funded and completed local projects worth more than $700,000. Beneficiaries have included Lindsey House, Tulsa Habitat for Humanity, and Family and Children’s Services.
Chefs from the Palace Cafe, a first-time participating restaurant
Staff of the Sushi Bar worked with chef Kurt Fichtenberg.
Lucia Carballo with the HBA Charitable Foundation and Xan Black with the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance, a beneficiary of Appetite for Construction