Save the date for Monday, August 26, when one of the Valley’s favorite charity events touches down in Scottsdale. Morton’s The Steakhouse at Scottsdale’s Kierland Commons and Arizona Cardinals Wide Receiver Larry Fitzgerald have teamed up to host the 5th annual charity dinner, Fitz’s Supper Club, “Celebrities at YOUR Service.” During the event, Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinal teammates and celebrity friends will don aprons and acts as your servers for the night. The highly anticipated event includes a Big Easy cocktail reception, silent and live auctions (lead by ABC15 sportscaster Paul Calvisi and Arizona Sports 620 radio host and former Arizona Cardinals special teams all-pro Ron Wolfley), entertainment, and an exceptional four-course meal paired with fine wines–served by the celebrity guests, of course.
This year, Fitzgerald and Morton’s have opted for a fun, 1920’s speakeasy vibe. The event begins at 7 p.m. with a silent auction followed by dinner and live entertainment. All event proceeds will benefit The Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund, which supports youth organizations throughout the country through resources and funding. (FYI: Last year’s Fitz’s Supper Club event raised more than $200,000 for the foundation.)
Tickets are $600 per guest which includes valet, tax and gratuity. Seating is limited, so be sure to reserve your spot now. To make a reservation, call 480.951.4440. To learn more about The Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund, visit http://www.larryfitzgerald.com/helpingpeople/firstdownfund/.
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