NO MO’ FOMO: Churros4Change 3rd Annual Holiday Giving Fiesta Nov 27

Churros For Change (San Diablo Churros)

Don’t miss out on the FIESTA OF THE YEAR!

Churros4Change, our 3rd annual holiday giving fiesta will be an unforgettable #GivingTuesday, Nov. 27 (the Tuesday after Thanksgiving) at the swanky brand new Kiln co-working space at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi.

It’s an amazing night of celebration, all-you-can-eat tacos & churros (obviously), live music, live art installation and giving, where we all join together to raise money and awareness for local nonprofits and to celebrate, support, and inspire changemakers.

We are looking for local (and not so local) nonprofits to highlight and support at Churros4Change. If you’d like to be considered (or know someone that would), please fill out the application here midnight, October 21!

Also, If you’d like to be involved as a sponsor, entertainer, prize donor or otherwise, please send us an email at:

Churros = Halloween or Holiday/Winter party WOW!

Knock everyone’s stockings off at your next catered event with these crazy delicious holiday flavors + Mexican hot chocolate and hot apple cider! This fall, we’re now offering pumpkin cheesecake, caramel apple and wild berry specialty filling flavors. And for the holidays, we have peppermint crème, gingerbread cookie butter and figgy pudding fillings.

And we can come to you with or without our food truck! And speaking of…thank you, thank you, for joining us at our food truck launch party in August (all the fun photos here)! Ask us about coming to your next event or keep tabs on where we are on our weekly schedule on Instagram here.

If you dare, now through the Day of the Dead, you can ask about our secret activated charcoal churro with or without “La Muerte” ghost pepper cinnamon sugar. The dark side. Wicked hot.

Please visit our website to submit an estimate or contact Camille, Event Manager, directly with any questions or special requests: email or 801-432-0880.

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.