Valiant's Holiday Charity Basket Event

Friends of Kenny Warren
Our mission at “The Friends of Kenny Warren Foundation”, is to help the 10,000 children that are diagnosed with cancer, in the United States each year.

Having your child diagnosed with cancer is something that no family should have to endure. The ensuing treatments, surgical procedures, chemotherapy and radiation are tremendously devastating both to the children and their families.

Click here and see the wonderful baskets the Valiant Employees created to support the foundation

Valiant raises $1,029 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

The Valiant charity committee put together an amazing event this year raffling off baskets.
All proceeds benefited the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital


Valiant was pleased to raise $1,200.00 which will be donated to Lauren Bird's 2 Day Walk to Fight Breast Cancer.

Special thanks to these restaurants for supporting this fundraiser:

Argyle - Ark Restaurant Group - Brother Jimmy's - Hill Country
Nobu - NYC Best Bars / M&M Properties - Tao - Turquoise


Valiant is a proud sponsor of City Harvest‘s Summer in the City, a group dedicated to help people who don’t get enough to eat.

That’s why we’re urging you to watch an amazing documentary about childhood hunger that premieres this Saturday, April 14th, 2012 at 8 pm Eastern on the Food Network.

The program is entitled Hunger Hits Home. It powerfully tells the story of hardworking American families who are struggling with hunger. There are fathers like Oscar Walker, who says in the film, “I think the biggest misconception that we could ever have in America is that when a person works that they’re not gonna be hungry — that there’s no reason that they should go hungry. When that’s just the biggest misconception, the biggest lie that you could ever fathom.”

The documentary also profiles hunger heroes who are involved in the No Kid Hungry campaign, like Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, who shares: “Our nation should be able to feed our children and if we can’t do that there’s not a lot of hope for anything else we hope to do as a people.”

We urge you to take the time to watch the documentary so that you can bear witness to the issue of hunger–particularly childhood hunger- in this country.