Join us for an unforgettable evening as we raise funds and awareness to create a world free of liver disease.


Cuisine for a Cause features top chefs that each prepare a signature hors d’oeuvre at tasting stations.


To date, the American Liver Foundation has provided nearly $27 million in support to more than 870 researchers.


Cuisine for a Cause: Cincinnati is a special culinary cocktail party showcasing a signature dish from each of our top local chefs. The evening will include unlimited food samples, silent auction, wine pull, program from our LIVEr Champion, and a cash bar.

Individual tickets are $60. Sponsorship opportunities are available starting at $500, and you can learn more here.

Tickets will be available at the door for $75.

For more information about event details, click here. The event will be located in the Grand Ballroom.

Celebrate those who have paved the way to liver health while you unleash your inner “foodie” and experience a distinct evening of dining while helping to fund the research, education, and advocacy efforts of the American Liver Foundation, a 501(c)(3) national, voluntary health organization, to promote education, advocacy, support services and research for the prevention, treatment and cure of liver disease.

Join us for a night that you won’t soon forget all while helping to improve the lives of the 30 million people in the United States living with liver disease.

Event Details

EVENT DATE: September 14, 2020
TIME: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
LOCATION: The Phoenix (Grand Ballroom)
812 Race Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Meet our 2020 National Flavors LIVEr Champion

Molly was born December 30, 2009; she was a healthy baby. We were thrilled our gorgeous baby girl had finally arrived. Twenty-four hours after she was born, jaundice set in and our happiness turned to fear. While jaundice is fairly normal in newborns, Molly’s jaundice was serious and life-threatening. Overnight, we were thrown from a happy euphoria into a deep despair. Over the course of the next five weeks, Molly underwent a series of blood draws, scans and diagnostic testing. As each day passed, her skin turned more yellow, she stopped gaining weight and became very agitated. No one can imagine the fear that was living inside us.

After weeks of tests, we finally received a diagnosis… Biliary Atresia.

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