Join JDRF for the 7th annual Bourbon & BowTie Bash
Saturday, October 17, 2020
This year, due to COVID-19, the Bourbon & BowTie Bash that we know and love will look a little different.
Sponsors and their guests will support JDRF and the type 1 diabetes community by celebrating at-home with bourbon tastings, a four course meal from Jeff Thomas catering, snacks and coupons from our favorite local restaurants and a ton of surprises. This isn’t just another Virtual Event… this is a smaller Bourbon & BowTie Bash fun evening at home with great food and drinks.
Each $125 ticket includes food delivered to your door (to locations within the 275 loop) between 5-7pm on October 16 by Jeff Thomas Catering as well as a party kit with everything you know and love about our traditional Bourbon & BowTie Bash. Don't live within the 275 loop? No worries! We have added THREE pickup locations for those in our community who live outside the loop... one in Columbus, Dayton, and Northern Kentucky. Supporters outside the 275 loop will be able to pick up their party kit on Friday, October 16 from 5-7pm at one of the following locations:
1733 W Lane Ave
3540 Marshall Rd
Jeff Thomas Catering
815 Oak St
The main entree (Chicken and Short Rib duet) is gluten free. Closer to the event, we will send out a form to you to decide which entree you would like (vegetarian or duet) as well as where to deliver your kits. If you are hosting a small gathering and want all your friends kits to be delivered to you, you will mention that on this form.
Click here to view photos of our party kits and new sponsorships
JDRF is the leading international nonprofit fighting to cure type 1 diabetes (T1D) while also helping those with T1D live healthy lives today. Supported by hundreds of thousands of donors, JDRF raises, invests and drives more funds to T1D research than any organization in the world. As a result, JDRF has played a key role in major T1D advances – drug, device, cell research – that have improved lives and brought us closer to our ultimate goal of a cure. JDRF is mission-driven and serves as an aggressive advocate and educational support for the T1D community. JDRF has staff and volunteers across the United States, has five international affiliates, funds research in more than 20 countries and supports insulin-aid efforts in the U.S. and around the world. Visit jdrf.org to learn more.