(Sunday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST
7150 Manchester Rd
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The BIG Supper Club is the annual Welcome Neighbor STL/START fundraiser where we promise to feed your soul and fill your heart with stories of rebuilding lives and rebuilding hope. Refugee cooks will share their culinary skills with a Middle Eastern dinner menu and will discuss their journey to St. Louis and the joys and struggles of settling in a new world. The event will also launch the inaugural Welcome Neighbor STL Awards which will recognize friends who are dedicated to our mission and vision. A robust silent auction will ensure we have proceeds to continue helping people build a new life. Music, drinks, great conversation and connecting will make for a fulfilling evening.
Your involvement in this year’s fundraiser is vital to Welcome Neighbor’s mission of supporting immigrants and refugees as they navigate their new life in St. Louis.
Proceeds from The BIG Supper Club will directly benefit the work of Welcome Neighbor and help us provide educational classes, materials, emergency funds to families, and more.
We look forward to sharing with you what we know will be a very special celebration!
– Music, Hors d’oeuvres, Beer/Wine/Soda and Silent Auction
– Remarks and Stories from Refugee friends
– Welcome Neighbor STL Awards
– Fund the Need Auction
– Evening Concludes
If you would like to donate items to our silent auction, please complete our online form at our Website
For Sponsorship Opportunities, visit our Website
Benefactor Tickets are $50 per person.
Patron Tickets are $100 per person and includes a listing in the dinner program.
Kibbeh – deep fried bulgur stuffed with beef, pine nuts a little onion and Mediterranean spices
Hummus – served with pita and veggies
Kebab Hindi – Spiced meatballs with tomato sauce
Fattoush – a salad of tomato, cucumber, parsley and lettuce with fried pita and apple cider vinegar
Mouskhan – Fried eggplant, tomatoes, garlic, green peppers, and onions. Served with pita bread
Maquluba – rice with eggplant
Falafel – deep-fried ball or patty, made from chickpeas, herbs, and onion
Baklava – a rich, sweet dessert pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped pistachios or walnuts and held together with honey and sugar syrup.
Mamoul – cookie made with dates, pistachios or walnuts, almonds, or figs