Please join us on Wednesday, November 8th at the Edison Ballroom for the Scleroderma Research Foundation’s (SRF) annual Cool Comedy • Hot Cuisine, a tribute to Bob Saget. Bob spearheaded this fundraising event for 30 years after losing his sister to scleroderma (a rare autoimmune disease) in 1994.
You’ll enjoy an intimate sit-down dinner and laugh your head off, all while making a difference. Many of Bob’s friends—who just happen to be top comedians and performing artists— will be in the room, including Michael Che, Nikki Glaser, Jeff Ross, musicians Adam Duritz and David Immerglück of the Counting Crows. Stay tuned for others to be announced.
And, this year we’ll honor New York Comedy Festival producer, Caroline Hirsch. She will receive the first-ever Bob Saget Legacy Award in recognition of her dedicated support of this annual event.
Over the years, CCHC has helped raise awareness about scleroderma and generated more than $28 million to support research to find a cure. Let’s celebrate Bob and honor Caroline by sharing love, laughter, and really amazing food—all to end scleroderma.
Learn more about the Scleroderma Research Foundation and Cool Comedy • Hot Cuisine at srfcure.org/cchc