White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails Presents the 7th Annual Human Clay Gala
100% Of the Proceeds Benefitting Gateway Center
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Atlanta, GA – Located in the heart of Downtown Atlanta on Peachtree Street, White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails is honored to present the 7th annual Human Clay Gala on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The theme of this year’s Human Clay event is “Restoration”, and features Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock of the Ebenezer Baptist Church. Guests are invited to enjoy an evening of philanthropy and fun, including live and silent auctions, wine & whiskey pull, signature Southern fare, craft cocktails and more. 100% of proceeds raised from the Human Clay Gala goes directly to the Gateway Center, a dynamic organization with a mission to connect people experiencing homelessness with the support necessary to become self-sufficient and find a permanent home.
For 14 years, Gateway Center has assisted and given hope to those experiencing homelessness in Atlanta, serving over 10,000 individuals in 2018 alone. Serving men, women, and children by connecting them to resources and partners in-house and throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area, the annual philanthropic affair is the organization’s signature fundraiser. Hosted by Brewed to Serve Restaurant Group, Inc. individual tickets are available at $125. To purchase tickets or sponsor packages, visit https://www.gatewayctr.org/human-clay/.
White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails is operated by Brewed to Serve Restaurant Group, Inc. and is located at 270 Peachtree St. NW Atlanta, GA, 30303. For more information, visit www.whiteoakkitchen.com, www.brewedtoserve.com or call 404.524.7200.
WHAT: White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails Presents the 7th Annual Human Clay Gala
WHEN: November 13, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
WHERE: White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails
270 Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
COST: Individual tickets are available at $125 and sponsorship packages are available starting from $500 to $20,000. For sponsorship opportunities and to purchase individual tickets, visit https://www.gatewayctr.org/human-clay/.
CONTACT: For more information, visit www.whiteoakkitchen.com or call 404.524.7200.
CONNECT: Stay connected with White Oak on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at @whiteoakatlanta. Connect with the Gateway Center at www.gatewayctr.org, and on Instagram and Facebook @gatewayctr. #rareandbrief, #humanclay
ABOUT WHITE OAK KITCHEN & COCKTAILS:
Located in the heart of downtown, White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails brings regionally sourced contemporary Southern cuisine to Atlanta. Executive Chef Timothy Magee leads the kitchen with his appreciation for seasonal ingredients and classical technique. Winner of four consecutive Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence, White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails' wine list continues to develop as a compliment to the cuisine. Restaurants hours are Monday through Friday 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 4:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., and the bar is open until 11:00 p.m. or later. White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails is operated by Brewed to Serve Restaurant Group Inc. and is located at 270 Peachtree St. NW Atlanta, GA, 30303. For additional information about White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails, visit whiteoakkitchen.com or call (404) 524-7200. Stay connected on Twitter at @whiteoakatlanta, on Instagram at @whiteoakatlanta, and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WhiteOakAtlanta.
ABOUT THE GATEWAY CENTER:
Gateway Center is a homeless service center designed to make homelessness rare, brief, and non-recurring for individuals and families experiencing homeless. Utilizing effective, reliable, and relevant solutions paired with our collective impact model, Gateway Center serves as the primary starting point for individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Atlanta. Located at 275 Pryor Street in Atlanta, Georgia, the Gateway Center was launched in July 2005 as a keystone project of the Regional Commission on Homelessness to impact chronic homelessness in Atlanta. The Gateway Center is designed to serve as the “gateway” to the community continuum of care that helps individuals become self-sufficient and transition out of homelessness. GWC provides services to 6,000 individuals annually and houses 310 men nightly who have access to the Center and are ready to address the underlying issues associated with their homelessness such as unemployment, behavioral health, healthcare services, and the lack of affordable housing. GWC strives to provide a supportive and compassionate setting where individuals can receive the tools they need to end their homelessness and achieve self-sufficiency.