(SAVANNAH, Ga.) CURE Childhood Cancer, the only organization providing financial and emotional support to local children and families while raising funds to further critical research specifically for pediatric oncology, is partnering again with Pearson Farm, Georgia’s renowned peach producer, for the second annual Peach Week in Savannah, a delicious four-day fundraising initiative to conquer childhood cancer.

From Wednesday, June 26 to Saturday, June 29, ten of Savannah’s most esteemed restaurants will showcase their culinary creativity using Pearson Farm’s fresh peaches. Each restaurant has crafted a unique peach-inspired signature dish, with a portion of proceeds from each sale directly benefiting CURE Childhood Cancer’s mission.

Participating Savannah restaurants and their special offerings include:
HUSK Savannah – Smoked Peaches
The Collins Quarter – Peach Risotto
Doki Doki Ice Creamery – Peaches & Chèvre Ice Cream, Peaches & Burnt Honey Sorbet
Cotton & Rye – Peach & Bacon Galette, Pork Milanese with Peaches, Peaches & Cream
Brochu’s Family Tradition – Peach Cobbler Pie
Sea Wolf Tybee ­- GA Dawg, Peachy Cabbage Crunch Salad, Butterfly Collector (cocktail), Peach Butter for Smorgasbords & Vegan Peach Cheesecake
45 Bistro ­- Georgia Peach Cobbler
Ardsley Station – Peach Bruschetta, Dry-aged Pork Chop with Peach Chutney, Harvest Salad & “Get Smashed” Cocktail
Fleeting – Stone Fruit Salad, Pork Belly Tortelloni Verde and Peach Tiramisu
Common Thread – Crudo, Peach Salad and Olive Oil Cake

In addition to the restaurant specials, CURE will host a Peach Sale at Blessed Sacrament Church on Saturday, June 29, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., offering fresh peaches for purchase. Two size options for peaches will be available with a 1lb bag for $5 and a 12 lb box for $16. Cash/Card will be accepted. Address: 1003 E. Victory Drive Savannah, GA.

“Working with Pearson Farm’s generosity and Savannah’s culinary talents has been incredible,” said Mandy Garola, Vice President of CURE Childhood Cancer in South Georgia. “Every delicious peach creation is a bite closer to a cure for these brave kids fighting cancer. Peach Week is more than just dessert; it’s a chance to raise awareness for CURE and make a real difference in countless lives.”

Located in Ft. Valley, approximately 25 miles southwest of Macon, Ga., Pearson Farm offers fresh fruit, nuts, preserves, jellies, flavored pecans, and wholesome baked goods from its on-location bakery, Mary’s Kitchen. It also offers its goods by mail order.

“At Pearson Farm, we’re honored to continue our partnership with CURE Childhood Cancer for Peach Week in Savannah. Giving back to our community is a core value, and there’s no cause more deserving than supporting the fight against childhood cancer,” said Kyle Barfield, Marketing Manager of Pearson Farm. “We’re excited to see the creative peach dishes these talented chefs create and know every delicious bite will make a real difference in the lives of children and families battling this disease.”

Founded in 1975, CURE Childhood Cancer is dedicated to conquering childhood cancer through funding targeted research while supporting patients and their families. With cancer as the second leading cause of death in children, CURE has dedicated more than $38MM to specific research projects aimed at curing cancers that affect children. CURE is headquartered in Atlanta and has an active staff operating throughout the greater Savannah area. It is the only organization funding pediatric cancer research and providing this level of financial and emotional support to local children and families across Georgia and parts of South Carolina. For more information, visit www.curechildhoodcancer.org.

Madison Jones
Director of Media Relations
Cecilia Russo Marketing