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The American Culinary Federation Chef & Child Foundation Announces New Sponsorship Opportunity

Saint Augustine, Fla., March 3, 2000 - Joining the fight against childhood hunger just got a little easier. The American Culinary Federation Chef and Child Foundation (ACFCCF) has created the Family Tree of Sponsors, an opportunity for every individual and corporation to participate at various levels in the fight against childhood hunger.

Thanks to the generous donation of Uncle Ben's, Inc. (MasterFoodServices) we have developed the Family Tree of Sponsors to allow tax deductible contributions to the American Culinary Federation Chef & Child Foundation tailored to meet your business's particular needs. By becoming a Family Tree of Sponsors member at any level, you'll receive valuable promotional benefits through nation wide Chef & Child Foundation events. You'll also learn how your organization can become involved in local Childhood Hunger Day activities.

Each year, American Culinary Federation members and chapters promote awareness of children's nutritional needs through community events and fundraisers. ACFCCF events meet children's nutritional needs, as well as promoting their emotional and intellectual development, allowing children to learn the art of cooking and take pride in their own creations.

The ACFCCF was founded in 1989 to educate the public on issues of childhood hunger, to provide grants to 501(c)3 charities that target childhood hunger and nutrition, to provide disaster releif benefiting children and to promote the involvement of the American public in local Childhood Hunger Day events. Its mission is "to address the dietary needs and nutrition education needs of and for children in America; to be the voice and army of the American Culinary Federation in its fight against childhood hunger in America."

The American Culinary Federation, Inc., a professional, not-for-profit organization for chefs and cooks, was founded in 1929 in New York City by three chefs organizations: the Societe Culinaire Philanthropique, the Vatel Club, and the Chefs Association of America. The principal goal of the founding chefs remains true to the ACF today - to promote the professional image of American chefs worldwide through education among culinarians at all levels, from apprentices to the most accomplished Certified Master Chefs.

For more information on the American Culinary Federation Chef & Child Foundation please call 1-800-624-9458 or email chefandchild@acfchefs.net. Please join us and our valued sponsors in fighting childhood hunger.

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