Location: Manu’s home: 1 / 3 Penkivil Street, Bondi 2026 NSW.
Date: 4th March 2017
Dinner will be hosted outside on the terrace. Warm clothes and / or blanket are advisable.
The location being a private residence should we include some footnote around noise level.
Manu is a Fraussie (understand Frenchman who immigrated to Oz) who has, for many years, cultivated and nourish his passion for food, wine and good company.
In 2014 this foodie athlete met his Brit equivalent, Chris. As they swapped stories around their passion for food, wine and great entertaining, Chris shared his confidence on the back of launching his own independent Spanish tapas food stall in London prior to moving to Australia.
Back in the days Manu organised several charity dinners and was well overdue to host the next one. This collaboration between Chris & Manu means that we are up for a great evening. This is your chance to join the fun!
The reason why I chose to support Bear Cottage is because I became dad a year ago of the most amazing son and my love for him is growing exponentially day after day. For that reason I can’t possibly imagine the distress of families going through the ordeal of an uncertain future for their child. This charity dinner is my small contribution to make their life more bearable so they can focus on spending time together in a friendly and caring environment.
All contribution raised will be equally be shared between the 2 charities. Manu will also $ match the donation to Bear Cottage (after deducting the cost of ingredients purchased for the dinner).
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