By Amelia Ball
This year’s program will see hundreds of Australia’s top restaurants supporting kids with cancer through scheduled donated dinners.
The Chandon Supper Club is expected to raise over $1 million for Camp Quality, with dinners held throughout May in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Canberra.
Guests gathered at Café Sydney for the launch last night, where Kerri-Anne Kennerley addressed the crowd, along with high-profile chef and long-time supporter Luke Mangan from the Sydney Hilton’s Glass, and Camp Quality director Vivian Sonego.
The proceeds will provide recreational, educational, hospital and financial assistance to more than 5000 families around Australia.