Whether you’re a culinary king/queen or just love cooking for family, friends or fun, you can turn your kitchen skills towards helping the fight against breast cancer.
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia. Today, another 55 women will start a journey they didn’t ask for or expect, a journey that will change them and all those who love and need them for ever.
You can help every person affected by breast cancer to get the personalised treatment they need so they can get back to the lives they had planned. By challenging yourself in the kitchen to cook a three-course meal, you can help raise money to support life-saving breast cancer clinical trials research. Here’s what’s involved:
- Register as an individual or create a workplace team here;
- Ask your friends, family and business networks to support you by donating to breast cancer clinical trials research;
- Raise just $150 to unlock access to the delicious three-course menu inspired by the flavours of India, the recipes, and a two-hour live-streamed cooking class on Saturday, October 16, with chef Sarah Todd, pictured, whose speciality is modern Indian cuisine; and,
- Share your culinary skills by hosting a dinner party for family, friends or colleagues either in person or virtually any time from October 16-November 30.
And if you’re in lockdown, this could be the dinner party that connects your family, friends and workplaces or be the special event that gets everyone back together when lockdown restrictions ease.