For more information please contact Kaila Hostetter (317) 285-0207.
Still want to help us?
Join us for our annual gathering of the area’s finest culinary talent in support of the March of Dimes. Upon arrival, you will enjoy the chance to sample our chefs’ creations for a 90-minute tasting experience before taking your seat for the Live Auction and Fund the Mission. Enjoy dessert while you bid on our unique packages, raising your paddle and giving generously to help babies.
Signature Chefs events feature local culinary talent who create a selection of fine cuisine for an exclusive audience. Our chefs are artists, innovators and philanthropists, and we look forward to sharing their talents at the event.
Mountain Jacks Steakhouse
Courtyard by Marriott Lafayette
D & R Market
Buttery Shelf Eatery
This dining experience will be an interactive five course meal crafted with the best possible seasonal ingredients and paired with appropriate tastes. Hosted at Marriott Hall by Chef Ambarish Lulay, who is Department Chef for Hospitality & Tourism Management and President Mitch Daniels.
Through partnerships with companies, organizations and individuals, the March of Dimes is able to create unique moments for your clients, vendors and leadership teams. They participate in an exclusive dining event while supporting a critical cause. Sponsorship opportunities are available at a variety of levels for our Signature Chefs events, providing you with brand recognition, civic engagement and an exclusive client entertainment opportunity within the event. We look forward to working with you to discuss your partnership with the March of Dimes. For more information about sponsorship, please contact Kaila Hostetter at (317) 285-0207.
How we help
The March of Dimes works to end premature birth and other problems that threaten our babies.
We help moms have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies. If something goes wrong, we offer
information and comfort to families.
We research the reasons why babies are born too soon or very sick and work on preventions. More