September 23, 2016

Join OzHarvest for a great event!

Boy are we stoked to be supporting these guys!

OzHarvest is holding 10 KitchenTable Dinners presented by Vittoria at its headquarters: intimate and unique dining experiences that treat 40 guests to a 3-course meal, paired with wines provided by Handpicked Wines, prepared by some of Australia’s finest chefs including Balter Ambassador Chef Matt Stone.

ACME – Mitch Orr

Paper Daisy – Ben Devlin

Nomad – Jacqui Challinor

Oakridge – Matt Stone

Biota Dining – James Viles

Bennelong – Rob Cockerill

Firedoor – Lennox Hastie

Icerbergs – Monty Koludrovic

Otto– Richard Ptacnik

OzHarvest – Travis Harvey

Sixpenny– Aaron Ward

Ash St Cellar – Zac Ahrens

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Dates: 10-14 and 17-21 October, 2016

Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Venue: OzHarvest HQ, Alexandria Industrial Estate, Unit G3/G4, 46-62 Maddox St

Alexandria, NSW 2015

Cost: $200 (inc GST) including wines by Handpicked Wines

Each ticket purchased allows OzHarvest to deliver 400 meals to people in need.

BOOK ONLINE via Try Booking:

For queries email events@ozharvest.org or call the Events Team on 02 9516 3877

 

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ABOUT OZ HARVEST

OzHarvest is the first perishable food rescue organisation in Australia that collects quality excess food from more than 2,000 commercial outlets and delivers it, direct and free of charge, to more than 800 charities.

We provide much needed assistance to vulnerable men, women and children across Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Newcastle and Perth as well as regional areas through our regional food rescue program, REAP.

OzHarvest is the only food rescue organisation in Australia collecting surplus food from all types of food providers including fruit and vegetable markets, supermarkets, hotels, wholesalers, farmers, stadiums, corporate events, catering companies, shopping centres, delis, cafes, restaurants, film and TV shoots and boardrooms.

OzHarvest was founded in November 2004 by Ronni Kahn, who was named Australia’s Local Hero of the Year in 2010.

In 2005, Kahn together with pro-bono lawyers lobbied the state governments to amend legislation to allow potential food donors to donate surplus food to charitable organisations.

The Civil Liabilities Amendment Act was passed in NSW in 2005 with ACT, SA and QLD following. This ensured surplus food could be donated to charitable causes without fear of liability.

OUR MISSION IS TO NOURISH OUR COUNTRY.


 

 

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