A new date will be announced soon.
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5Church Charleston today announced their partnership with the MUSC Children’s Hospital as they host “Hospital and Hospitality,” a special dinner with all proceeds benefiting the campaign for the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital. The event will be held on Tuesday, September 25th from 6 to 8:30 pm at the downtown restaurant.
For one night only, kids from the hospital will have the chance to work alongside 5Church’s chefs, servers, and hostesses. The children will greet, seat, and serve patrons throughout the event.
The proceeds from the three course, pre-fixe menu by Chef Adam Hodgson, complete with wine pairings by Certified Level 2 Sommelier Patricia Smith, will go directly to the MUSC Children's Hospital.
Ticket costs are $150 per person. While the event is for two and a half hours, dinner reservations are open to anyone during regular service hours (5 pm to 10 pm). Reservations available at www.5ChurchCharleston.com.
5Church is located at 32B N. Market Street.
About the Campaign for the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital
Named in honor of Charleston businessman and entrepreneur Shawn Jenkins, MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital will replace the 28-year-old MUSC Children’s Hospital currently located on Ashley Avenue, providing much needed space for the thousands of patients and families served by MUSC each year. The new facility will provide more spacious, family-centered amenities and expanded services, including an expanded neonatal intensive care unit, an entire floor dedicated to the care of children with cancer, and the most comprehensive pediatric heart center in South Carolina. The Campaign for the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital launched publicly in February 2015 and is co-chaired by entertainer Darius Rucker and his wife, Beth, both of whom are members of the MUSC Children’s Hospital Fund Advisory Board. In May 2015, Mr. Jenkins, in consultation with his family, made a $25 million commitment to the campaign, and Medical University’s Board of Trustees subsequently voted to name the new hospital in his honor. The Medical University expects to open the doors to the new hospital in 2019 on the corner of Calhoun Street and Courtenay Drive.