Join us for an unforgettable evening.

We hope you’ll join us at Cool Comedy • Hot Cuisine for performances by some of the world’s most talented comedians and musicians in this one-of-a-kind event honoring our beloved Bob Saget—all to find a cure for scleroderma.

When:  Wednesday, September 21, 2022; 6:30 pm cocktails, 7:30 pm dinner

Where: The Beverly Wilshire Hotel, 9500 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Hosted by: Jeff Ross, John Mayer, Jimmy Kimmel

Event Co-Chairs:  John MayerKelly RizzoJeff Ross, and SRF Board Member, Susan Feniger

Featuring: Nikki Glaser, Regina Hall*, Howie Mandel, Joel McHale, Kevin Nealon, John Stamos, and more special guests

Dress: Cocktail attire

Sponsorships: From $150,000-$1,000

Tickets: $500 (limited quantity available)

*SRF Board Member

This year, we hope you will join us for a very special Cool Comedy  Hot Cuisine honoring our beloved Board Member, Bob Saget, who spearheaded this signature event for 30 years. It will be an absolutely unforgettable night where we’ll remember Bob not only for how he made us laugh, but also for being a relentless champion for all those affected by scleroderma.

The event will once again be an evening of world-class comedy and music to raise awareness about scleroderma and funds to support the SRF’s vital research programs, so that one day we will find a cure.

Bob dedicated his life to supporting the mission of the SRF, and we’re committed to achieving his dream of one day eradicating this disease that took his sister’s life.

So let’s celebrate Bob by sharing love, laughter, and really incredible food—all to end scleroderma!

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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Thank you to our generous sponsors.

Challenge Match
Andy and Violetta Merin
Max, Samantha, Montana and Mark Scher

Diamond
Dan and Jayna Schimberg

Platinum

Richard and Nancy Robbins

Gold

Boehringer Ingelheim Logo

The Grey Family
Mindy and Paul Pressler
Marjorie A. Swig
Sandy and Barbara Wernick

Silver

Johnny Buss
Vin and Erica Di Bona
Sharon Dobie, MD
Anita Rosenstein
Diane and Michael Schumacher
Bob and Laurie Smith

Patron
Alan Baral and Sharre Jacoby
Sari and Alan Brown
Claire DiNapoli
Jeff and Martha Seaman
Alexis Sowuleski and Andrew Royston
Leo and Cheryl Staurulakis

Advocate
Luann Boylan
Kelly-Ann Callahan
Robert Donnelly
Jeff Franklin
Clara Fuge
Marcia Lansdown
Beth and Anthony Lasita
Vie Nguyen
Bob and Jeannie Rosenthal