Affiliations

Culinary Concepts is proud to be a part of the hospitality industry by our continuing commitment and involvment in the following organizations:

NACE – National Association of Catering Executives

ISES – International Special Events Society

MPI – Meeting Professionals International

CONVIS – San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau

ICA – International Caterers Association

Frequent Charitable Donations to:

  • American Red Cross (delivered 1,600 meals to displaced residents during the San Diego Fires in October 2007, also donated 200 meals to support the search party efforts in the disappearance of Chelsea King), www.redcross.org
  • Annual Donation to ScrippsAssists (Projects support nonprofit organizations, such as St. Vincent de Paul Village, American Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Big Brothers & Big Sisters of San Diego, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Rolling Readers Literacy Program, Special Olympics, American Heart Association and Hands on San Diego) www.scripps.edu
  • Alliance Healthcare Foundation/SDHFC (SD HIV Funding Collaborative) www.alliancehf.org
  • San Diego Center for Children (SDCC), a nonprofit treatment facility working to improve the lives of troubled children and teens www.centerforchildren.org
  • San Diego Food Bank www.sandiegofoodbank.org
  • San Diego Chamber of Commerce www.sdchamber.org
  • Starkey Hearing Foundation, an organization that helps give the gift of hearing to hundreds of thousands! www.starkeyhearingfoundation.org
  • Amylin’s Children’s Diabetes Fundraiser www.amylin.com
  • Sundt Memorial Foundation www.sundtmemorial.org
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation www.wishsandiego.org
  • Isabella’s Gift Foundation/Rady Children’s Hospital www.isabellasgift.org
  • Ivey Ranch Park (Non-profit school and day care that provides recreational and educational programs for disabled children) www.iveyranch.com
  • The Monarch School: Founded in 1988, Monarch School and its committed team of teachers, administrators and volunteers is dedicated to providing homeless and at-risk children with an accredited education while caring for their basic needs. Today, more than 100 kids between the ages of 7 and 18 are enrolled at Monarch School.