How many people get to say that they had dinner with an NFL star? Fewer still have the experience of being served dinner by members of an NFL team. But you can...
Come join New Orleans Saints Jonathan Vilma and some of his teammates, donning aprons and serving meals for the 4th annual "Celebrity Servers at Morton's" - an event featuring professional athletes to help raise funds for their preferred charities.
Vilma's organization of choice is his own, The Jonathan Vilma Foundation. Created after the catastrophic 7.0 earthquake which devastated Haiti in 2010. The foundation was created to support the building of new, much needed schools. Of more than 230,000 who perished, 1,000 teachers will killed in the quake and more than 50 schools were destroyed. Vilma's parents had originally emigrated from there and he still has many family members living in the country as well, making Haiti a very tender spot in Vilma's heart. Earnestly committed to helping the long-term rebuilding efforts, Vilma's 2012 Celebrity Servers Charity Dinner raised more than $100,000 for the Jonathan Vilma Foundation.
This year's "Celebrity Servers at Morton's" will take place on Monday, November 11, the reception begins at 6 P.M. and in addition to dinner there will be a live auction of Saints autographed memorabilia led by Saint’s announcer Mark Romig.
For more information or to make a reservation please call 504-566-0221.