The Bloody Good Dinner raises over $800,000
The Snowdome Foundation and Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision are back with the Bloody Good Dinner 2019 – The Fire One. Selling 623 tickets at $500 each, the third Bloody Good Dinner raised over $800,000 in one
On 5th June, The Bloody Good Dinner 2019 served up a wood-fired feast at Melbourne’s newest venue, The Timber Yard. Flames leapt across the venue as 623 guests dined in style, courtesy of David Pynt, from Burnt Ends in Singapore’s Chinatown—ranked in the top ten restaurants in Asia.
Following the highly successful 2018 event, featuring New York’s Chinese Tuxedo, our third Bloody Good Dinner was The Fire One. Inspired by the wood-fired cuisine of Burnt Ends (with a bit of Caravaggio and the Dutch Masters for good measure) Town Square created a visual spectacular, including the event theme, the website, all collateral and with original video and photographic material developed in collaboration with Hart & Co, The Establishment Studios, Dann Event Hire, One Take Wonders and Tiana Koutsis.
This year, The Bloody Good Dinner raised over $800,000 in one night to fund research into blood cancers and bone marrow failure syndrome on behalf of the Snowdome Foundation and Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision. We are delighted to have beaten the funds raised in 2017 and 2018. All in all, The Bloody Good Dinner has now raised almost $2,000,000 over three years and is taking its place amongst the most significant events on Melbourne’s fundraising calendar.
We are delighted to support this fantastic cause. Check out the website at bloodygooddinner.org.au. And for more about the two amazing organisations behind it all, visit snowdome.org.au or mrv.org.au.
For marketing help with your event, brand or restaurant, contact Harry now.Published 10 June 2019