Last night Camp Quality held an intimate media and celebrity cocktail evening at Ananas in The Rocks to launch their new Dine At Mine Campaign. Dine at Mine is a major new fundraiser for the children’s cancer charity, and the concept is simple. Throughout August 2013, hosts invite family and friends to a dining experience – could be breakfast, lunch or dinner – and ask them to donate what they would’ve spent eating out to Camp Quality. All funds will help create a better life for every child living with cancer in Australia.
Guests included top media and celebrities such as Dine At Mine ambassador and celebrity chef Lyndey Milan, Scott Gooding from My Kitchen Rules, Olympic swimmer Elka Whalan and her husband Thomas, and Channel 9 sports reporter Erin Molan.
Upon arrival guests were treated to cocktails and canapés and after mingling listened to Lyndey Milan give an inspiring insight into how important the work Camp Quality does and more about the Dine At Mine campaign. Lyndey then went on to introduce a mother whose son has cancer – Lindy Kingsford – who told the moving yet uplifting story of her son Alex’s illness, how he was beating it and how important Camp Quality had been in their journey. Alex and her daughter Lilly also attended the evening and all guests agreed they were the most gorgeous and lovely children!
Guests were left feeling inspired and moved after the speeches and had the opportunity to talk further with Lyndey & Lindy who stayed and chatted with everyone well into the evening. To help support the amazing work Camp Quality does with children with cancer and to register as a Dine at Mine host, simply visit http://www.dineatmine.org.au