FRANKLIN LAKES, NJ--(Marketwired - September 03, 2014) - On Monday, October 27, 2014, members of the tri-state area will come together in celebration of Kula for Karma's 7th year, and its innovative mission to integrate therapeutic yoga, meditation, and stress management into mainstream medicine and healthcare.
The event, Wine and Dine for Kula: A KULAnary Cause, will honor four remarkable women for their work in changing the face of healthcare: Jennifer Graf, Michele O'Shea, Kim Pressman, and Michele Sapanaro.
Michelle Charlesworth, Anchor/Reporter-WABC-TV Eyewitness News, will host the event.
The evening will be filled with fabulous food and wine from over 30 of the region's top restaurants. Dinner will be served tapas-style, interspersed with wine pairings, an open bar, and silent and live auctions.
PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS ▪ Alpine Country Club ▪ A Mano ▪ Bibi'z ▪ Caffe Anello ▪ Carlo's Bakery ▪ Carousel Cakes ▪ Chef Hunter Zampa ▪ Due ▪ Esty Street ▪ Frederick Wildman & Sons, Ltd ▪ 14 & Hudson ▪ HoHoKus Inn & Tavern ▪ The Hudson House of Nyack ▪ Jersey Boys Grill ▪ La Promenade Caterer ▪ Market Basket ▪ Masa Sushi & Grill ▪ Morton's The Steakhouse ▪ Pier 701 Restaurant & Bar ▪ The Plum & The Pear ▪ Saddle River Inn ▪ SD-26 ▪ Sidewalk Bistro ▪ Sogno Coffee House ▪ Starbucks ▪ Stony Hill Inn ▪ Two Henrys ▪ Varka Estiatorio ▪ Velo ▪ Wasabi
To learn more about Kula for Karma and its annual fundraising Gala, including ticket purchases, sponsorship, and advertising opportunities, please visit www.kulaforkarma.org.
About Kula for Karma
Kula for Karma pioneers the integration of therapeutic yoga, meditation and stress management into mainstream medicine and healthcare. As a nonprofit organization based in the New York metropolitan area, Kula for Karma offers programs, at no cost, to populations that face physical and mental health challenges.
Through the use of both corporate and private funding, Kula builds unique healing yoga and meditation programs. Since its inception in 2007, Kula has launched over 300 programs in the Tri-State area, touching the lives of over 3000 people.
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