Cook, Gather, Give for Child Protection Network

The Child Protection Network has an opportunity for you to preview the newest Epiphany Farm restaurant, Harmony Korean BBQ, while supporting and protecting the kids of McLean County.

Cook, Gather, Give is designed to provide you with a sneak peak at what the newest Harmony Korean BBQ restaurant by Epiphany Farms has to offer while learning to cook from the chef himself during a live-stream event.

Here’s how to get involved:

  • CLICK HERE to purchase a Korean BBQ Meal Kit from Harmony Korean BBQ by 10:00pm on October 27th
  • Gather your family at home and tune in on Thursday, October 29th for a live interactive cooking demo with Chef Stu Hummel and the CPN Team from the soon to open Harmony Korean BBQ.
  • Follow along on the live stream to cook our own meal at home!
  • Give to support Child Protection Network – $100 from each order goes to the McLean County CPN!

The Child Protection Network’s mission is to provide financial resources that support the treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect. CPN supports the Children’s Advocacy Center in McLean, Livingston, and Dewitt Counties in their endeavor to investigate crimes against children and provide support to innocent family members.

Learn more about Cook, Gather, Give on Epiphany Farm’s website or the Child Protection Network’s Facebook Page.


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