Kaimana Chee, Winner Cutthroat Kitchen, and Founder, Uncle’s Hawaiian Grindz, pictured with Tobias Dorzon, Former Pro Football Player, and Founder, Victory Chefs Catering and The Victory Truck, during PHILLIPS Programs for Children and Families annual gala which supports PHILLIPS’ work with youth who have significant behavioral health challenges.
Photo by Samantha Pipkin
Three local superstar chefs—Tobias Dorzon, Nicholas Pine, and Kaimana Chee—and Food Stylist Lisa Cherkasky demonstrated their cooking skills during PHILLIPS Programs for Children and Families’ annual Spring Forward Savoring Success Gala. The event benefits PHILLIPS, a Fairfax-based nonprofit helping youth throughout the region with a variety of behavioral health needs succeed, including its growing culinary program. The gala is PHILLIPS’ largest charitable event that brings together individuals and community partners to raise funds and includes live and silent auctions, raffles, dinner, dancing and a program to advocate on behalf of these youth with behavioral health needs.
The event raised nearly $180K.