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April 28, 2013

‘100 Men Who Cook’ passes $1 million mark in fundraising

TERRE HAUTE — Old National Bank has announced that “100 Men Who Cook,” a fundraising event hosted and sponsored by the bank, has surpassed $1 million in collective funds raised.

The money raised has benefitted nine community non-profit organizations in five markets.

“100 Men Who Cook” is a community fundraising event during which local celebrity chefs prepare their favorite recipes for guests to sample.

ONB recently hosted its fifth annual event in Terre Haute and raised $126,000, benefitting the Terre Haute Children’s Museum and putting “100 Men” over the $1 million milestone.

 Terre Haute was the first host to ONB’s “100 Men Who Cook” in 2009.

 It brings the total to $1,117,054, which spans five years in markets that include Carbondale, Ill., Muncie, Ind., Bloomington, Ind., Evansville, Ind., and Terre Haute.

The community organizations benefitting from 100 Men Who Cook events to date include:

•  Muncie Children’s Museum

• A Better Way Services, Inc.

• TEAMwork for Quality Living

• Bloomington Hospital Foundation

• Kiwanis Clubs of Carbondale and Marion, Ill.

• Rotary Clubs of Carbondale, Carterville and Marion, Ill.

• Evansville YWCA

• Gilda’s Club Evansville

• Terre Haute Children’s Museum

“The monies raised are being put right back into serving our communities, and the funds received by Gilda’s Club are working towards offering psychosocial support for cancer patients and their network of family and friends,” said Marcia Forston, Gilda’s Club Evansville board president.


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