By Vanessa Cavasinni, editor Australian Hotelier
For the second year running, Urban Purveyor Group venues will be raising money for Make-A-Wish Australia with the sale of their top-selling dishes.
The ‘Make-A-Wish Dish’ initiative will raise funds for the charity who grant the wishes of children with serious illnesses all over the country. Urban Purveyor Group will donate $2 for every special dish ordered at participating venues until the end of the year.
The special dishes are the wagyu tenderloin at Saké Double Bay, Sydney; the crumbed chicken schnitzel at Munich Brauhaus in Melbourne; or a Bavarian tasting platter at any of the 10 Bavarian Bier Cafes in Sydney, Brisbane and on the Gold Coast.
After raising $100,000 for Make-A-Wish Australia last year, Urban Purveyor Group’s CEO Thomas Pash is keen to raise money for the charity once more.
”We are very happy to be in a position to help make wishes come true for some very special children again this year and encourage our customers to look for the Make-A-Wish dishes on our menus.”
Make-A-Wish Australia’s CEO, Gerard Menses, was thankful for the hospitality group’s support.
“As a charity funded solely on donations, support from organisations such as Urban Purveyor Group go a long way in helping us grant even more wishes for very sick kids across Australia.”
The initiative started in 23 November and will run until 1 January.