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The Ken Honeywell Continuing Education Fund was created to honor and further the legacy of Ken Honeywell, a long-time volunteer and relentless supporter of Second Helpings. Ken is also the founder of Tonic Ball, Second Helpings’ biggest annual fundraiser. The fund was started by people who admire Ken’s mission to support the organization while helping provide everyone in Indianapolis with nutritious, healthy meals—especially those who are most vulnerable.
Ken loves to cook. He’s also a big believer in the power of education. That’s why the Ken Honeywell Continuing Education Fund will exclusively support Second Helpings’ culinary training program, which helps underserved people in our community get the skills they need to thrive in the culinary industry.
Ken Honeywell is an Indianapolis-based writer, creative director, marketing agency owner, philanthropist, husband, and father. He started volunteering for Second Helpings in 2001 out of a desire to help feed underserved and vulnerable populations throughout our city. Over the years, Ken has helped make and deliver meals for thousands of Hoosiers.
But volunteering for Second Helpings wasn’t enough for Ken. That’s why he founded Tonic Ball, an annual concert featuring local bands covering famous musicians held in Fountain Square on the Friday before Thanksgiving every year since 2002. Ken also performs on stage each year with his epic cover band: Bomb Dylan. 100% of the event’s proceeds and ticket sales directly benefit Second Helpings.
Tonic Ball had successful but humble beginnings, raising $4,600 in its first year. Since then, it has grown exponentially, and is now one of Indianapolis’s most-anticipated annual events; it has sold out every year since 2011. Last year, Tonic Ball raised over $125,000, and a grand total of more than $1,200,000 raised for Second Helpings over the last 20 years.
For more than 20 years, Second Helpings has operated a three-part approach to addressing hunger and poverty in Central Indiana. Each day, Second Helpings volunteers and staff rescue prepared and perishable food from wholesalers, retailers and restaurants – preventing unnecessary waste. That rescued food is used to create more than 4,500 nutritious meals each day that are distributed to more than 100 social service agencies that feed Hoosiers in need.
Using that same rescued food, Second Helpings Culinary Job Training program prepares adults with barriers to employment for careers in the food service industry. This helps eliminate hunger and poverty at its source. More than 900 adults have graduated from this program. Second Helpings alumni are working in Central Indiana as cooks, executive chefs, business owners and culinary instructors.
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