Save the date for
a Tribute to Bob Saget
on Wednesday, November 8, 2023

at the Edison Ballroom in New York City
benefitting the Scleroderma Research Foundation

A special evening to remember Bob Saget

Honoring Caroline Hirsch, founder of Caroline’s Comedy Club

With host Jeff Ross and more to be announced!

Event Co-chairs: Susan Feniger*, Regina Hall*, and Kelly Rizzo

This fall we’ll hold Bob in our hearts as we host our annual Cool Comedy • Hot Cuisine on Wednesday, November 8, 2023 at the Edison Ballroom (240 W 47th St, New York, NY). Many of Bob’s friends (some of the world’s greatest comedians and performing artists) will be on hand to help shine a spotlight on scleroderma and raise funds for our research and education programs.

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact Kate Ceredona, Director of Philanthropy, at

Tickets available this summer, and more information coming soon.

*Scleroderma Research Foundation Board Member

The History and Impact of CCHC

Since its inception in 1987, Cool Comedy • Hot Cuisine (CCHC) has become the Scleroderma Research Foundation’s (SRF’s) signature fundraising event, raising more than $25 million to fund the most promising scleroderma research.

Hosted for many years by SRF Board Members Bob Saget and Susan Feniger, some of the world’s greatest comedians and performing artists donated their time and talents to support the SRF’s innovative research programs and help raise awareness about this rare autoimmune disease. Though devastated by the loss of Bob Saget in 2022, the SRF, in collaboration with his family and friends, will continue this event in the hopes of achieving Bob’s dream of ending scleroderma.

All funds raised directly support our research and patient education programs. The SRF is singularly focused on finding a cure, which is why we’ve invested more money in scleroderma research than any other nonprofit on earth.

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