CHOP Cancer features local celebrities cooking to fight cancer


Local celebrities cook to fight cancer

The 4th annual Chop Cancer culinary competition is looking for you to join them in raising money to improve the lives of those with cancer and support the Cancer Survivors Park in Grenville.

Cancer Park Alliance Executive Director Kay Roper said this event joins survivors doctors and chefs cooking to raise money for anyone impacted by cancer.

She said they are working with partners from the Culinary Institute of the Carolinas at Greenville Tech and Seasons Cafe and Catering. The chef’s will prepare dishes for a panel of judges and local celebrities guests to enjoy.

Roper said that something new this year will be, Clement’s Kindness Children’s Fund providing young child ambassador chefs to support each of the 3 teams and share their stories.

Chefs will compete for the individual and team fundraising title. There are other categories they will compete in including appetizer, entrée and dessert cooking.

Audience members are welcome to participate and celebrities will be competing for most money raised via web-based voting, ticket sales and sponsorships.

Ticket and voting information from CSPA:

If you’d like to support your favorite team before the competition you can cast a vote for favorite chef ($10 per vote) by going to

Voting online will close Thursday, March 7th, at midnight. Guests can vote at the event on March 8th.

Individual tickets can be purchased for $150 and can be credited to a celebrity chef.

Tables of ten can be purchased for $1,500.

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