[Editor's note: For a write up of what happened at last year's Team Dinner, click here. It's a great cause and an incredibly fun event.]
The Kyle Nakazawa organized Team Dinner will have its second annual charity event in late April, with tickets being open to the general public starting at 4 pm today.
Team Dinner is once again at Philadelphia's Fogo de Chao, the popular Brazilian meat-based restaurant with 16 locations throughout the country. Tickets this year will start at $115 for single purchases, but there are additional packages for larger groups that include Team Dinner "goodies," according to the foundation's website.
The dinner will feature appearances by a sizable portion of the Philadelphia Union once again, as it did in its first edition last year. Nakazawa, Gabriel Farfan, Michael Farfan, Amobi Okugo, Danny Mwanga, Danny Califf, Faryd Mondragon, Carlos Valdes, Brian Carroll, Sebastien Le Toux and Sheanon Williams were among the notable guests who attended the first ever Team Dinner.
The event will benefit the Pathway School, which "serves students with neurologic impairment, including Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), learning and other psychological disabilities."