One Table Community Dinner



 May 15, 2016  |  6pm  |  Downtown Modesto



One Table is an alfresco community dining experience presented by Datapath and United Way of Stanislaus County. Hundreds from our community gather at one long table on 15th street between J street and K street in downtown Modesto to enjoy fine wines, live music and dine from a seasonal menu prepared by Modesto’s premier restaurants.

Proceeds benefit the Graduation Coach program- an on campus, academic mentoring program led by the United Way of Stanislaus County, focused on raising high school graduation rates and bringing long-term change to our community


Graduation Coach Program

Graduation Coach is led by United Way of Stanislaus County in partnership with Center for Human Services. The Graduation Coach program is a commitment to strengthen lives and positively impact the community through education. The Graduation Coach program takes a strategic approach of increasing the county’s high school graduation rate with one-on-one academic coaching for struggling students. Coaches work on campus where they can build trusting relationship not only with students but their families.


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Community support is our secret to success!

Interested in sponsoring One Table? Our sponsor menu is available for download or you can purchase sponsorships directly on Eventbrite.
For more information contact United Way of Stanislaus County, Kristi Kelley 209-523-4562 or email

Don't Wait! Sponsorships must be received by April 15th to be included in One Table press materials.


Featured Restaurants

Camp 4 Wine Cafe, Commonwealth, Concetta, Food Fix, Redwood Cafe, Vito's Ristorante


Thank you to the following sponsors:
Presenting Sponsor |  Datapath IT
Premier Sponsors | Dot Foods, Valley First Credit Union
Contributing Sponsors | E & J Gallo Winery  | Don's Mobile Glass  | Foster Farms | Oak Valley Community Bank | Law Offices of Mark S. Nelson  | John & Wendy Evans Foundation
In-Kind Sponsors | Final Cut Media