The 17th Annual Celebrity Cook-off

 2014 Celebrity Cookoff Sold Out logo  

Presented by
On Tuesday, October 6, 2015, Children's Bureau, Inc. will host its
18th Annual Celebrity Cook-off at

Keystone at the Crossing

 Be among the who's who of Indianapolis, entering the dining experience by red carpet
to enjoy drinks, paparazzi and interviews. Arrive one hour early to start the evening in our
party pagoda, featuring two bars, a live D.J., photo booth, games of chance and a silent auction.

For more information, contact Chelsea Smock:
(317) 375-5231


2014 Sponsors:

Duke Realty        G. Thrapp Jewelers        Ice Miller LLP, Legal Counsel

        Exchange Club of Speedway        

  Office Installation Services        Huntington Bank        Sophisticated Living

Shelton Machinery logo        City Publications Indianapolis logo        City Securities Corp logo 

 American Wholesale Furniture        St. Vincent Medical Group        CopyCo - A Xerox Company  

C:3 Consulting        Penske Honda        Penske Chevrolet

The Eugene and Marilyn Glick Family Foundation        Well Done Services        Lilly Endowment, Inc.

Katz Sapper & Miller        Goelzer Investment Management        Schmidt Associates

2014 In-kind donors:

                                                     Aadvanced Limousines


2014 In-kind auction item donors:

Adler Planetarium AMC Theatres Atlantis Casino Resort
BlueGreen Vacations Carrie Henderson Celebrity Cruises
CB Women's Auxiliary City Barbeque Comedy Sportz Theatre
Flat 12 Bierwerks Harley Davidson Harry & Izzy's
Indianapolis Indians Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra John Mellencamp
JoJo Maman Bebe King's Island Phoenix Theatre
Pier 39 Premier Cancun Vacations RCI
Rick's Café Boatyard Saks 5th Avenue School of Rock
Sophisticated Living St. Elmo Steak House Stellar Nights
Sweet Peas Indy Cake Pops Twin Lakes Golf Club United States of Indiana
Vera Bradley Walt Disney World Wyland Foundation


Children's Bureau, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization, federal identification number 35-1061264.
Donations are tax deductible minus the cost of goods and services.