AN EVENT TO BENEFIT CLASP HOMES
May 10, 2023
Photos by John Videler, Jane LaMotta, and Anthony Riggio
The culinary event of the year!
Join us for the 17th annual Taste of Westport to benefit CLASP.
Back for the second year in a row at the iconic Inn at Longshore, the event benefits local non-profit
CLASP and its mission of providing a lifetime of care and inspiration to adults with autism and
developmental disabilities throughout Fairfield County.
Stay tuned for information about purchasing tickets for
Taste of Westport 2023.
About the Event
Since 2004, the best of the local restaurant scene—experts in both classic comforts and gastronomic innovations—have gathered together for one incredible feast: Taste of Westport.
CLASP is delighted to once again serve the area's most delectable and diverse menus during this one-night extravaganza!
Enjoy an unforgettable evening of tastings and beverages with all you can eat & drink from an impressive list of your favorite local establishments. Dance to the music of Bar Car Band, one of Westport's most popular bands! Sip a glass of wine or try one of the signature cocktails. Bid on spectacular items from local restaurants and businesses in our silent auction.
Please note: Children under the age of 12 are not permitted. Ticket holders under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult ticket holder at all times.
For information about sponsorship opportunities for 2023, email Robin Hammond at email@example.com or call 203-226-7895 ext.144.
100% of funds raised directly support CLASP, its programs, and its residents.
CLASP's mission is to provide homes and opportunities for people with autism and developmental disabilities. We offer highly personalized services that enhance each person’s independence, dignity and continued growth.
As a non-profit community organization we are dedicated to increasing public understanding of the people we serve and their ability to be contributing members of the community.
Taste of Westport is our largest fundraiser of the year. We have raised over
$1 million since 2004.