Making a Difference

Harvest Tribute and Installation at Stone Acres Farm, Stonington, CT

On October 13, the JPF was proud to support, through the Jacques Pepin Legacy Fund, the installation of a bronze statue of Jacques on Stone Acres Farm, in Stonington, CT. The bust was created by internationally renowned Zenos Frudakis, mounted on pink Stony Creek, CT granite and accompanied by casts of Jacques’ hands, and a […]

On Site at Billings Forge Community Works

On August 2nd and 3rd Jacques and the JPF were with the Billings Forge Community Works in Hartford, teaching a class for their culinary training program and hosting a fund-raiser. The class was a hands-on opportunity with the master to learn a variety of techniques from whipping egg whites, to fundamental knife skills, to peeling […]

Charity Beneficiary in Aspen

F&W’s Grow for Good Campaign commits a portion of the ticket sales to the charity beneficiaries and includes an exclusive gift bag and an invitation to a special wine tasting and food pairing seminar hosted by Josh Wesson. In addition, the JPF is hosting an on-line silent auction featuring exclusive experiences with celebrity chefs and Jacques Pepin.

Tom Colicchio, Daniel Boulud, Jacques Pepin, Andrew Zimmern, Jose Andres

The Second Annual Founders’ Gala – Inspired Generosity!

Our second annual fundraiser was a beautiful and exciting evening of familial warmth and incredible generosity. The room was filled with friends new and old in support of our mission to improve lives through culinary training. Headliner, and Nobel peace prize nominee, José Andres brought the crowd roaring to their feet, and offered the JPF his full support, capping more than $425,000 in donations.

Savor — A Stunning Success

The JPF collaboration with the RI Food Bank celebrating 20 years of their Community Kitchen Culinary Training Program was an enormous success.

Industry Experts Sharing Ideas on Seafood Sustainability

If you missed the symposium, co-hosted by Johnson & Wales University and the Chefs’ Collaborative, you missed a great discussion by industry experts and chefs explaining their observations of the seafood industry and their efforts to make it sustainable. Plus a great reception at Save the Bay with the freshest oysters, sustainable caviar and Foolproof brews.