On Thursday 27th May, Adelaide will play host to the sixth Chandon Supper Club with over 350 Adelaide partygoers and 25 of the city’s top restaurants joining in the fun to raise funds for Camp Quality.
The Chandon Supper Club is one of Australia’s most magical fundraisers, a rolling series of 250 dinner parties in six cities throughout Australia during the month of May, bringing together 3,000 people and raising a million dollars for Camp Quality.
This year, the unique charity event will take on a “White Magic” theme. Guests will enjoy fabulous dinner parties for twelve in some of Adelaide’s best restaurants and venues, with wines supplied by Chandon, the event’s generous sponsor. They will then be transported from their intimate dinners of twelve by luxury Lexus vehicles to walk the “white carpet” at a glittering secret after party, where the laughter, fun and Chandon will flow until the witching hour.
All proceeds from the Chandon Supper Club are donated to Camp Quality, the charity that believes in bringing optimism and happiness to the lives of children and their families living with cancer through fun therapy and education.
Chandon Supper Club has become one of Camp Quality’s most successful and exclusive fundraising events. Thanks to naming rights sponsor Chandon, major sponsor Lexus, water sponsor Fiji Water, and Guylian chocolates the goal in 2010 is to raise $1 million so that over 1,000 very brave children living with cancer can have a magical camp experience this year.
The event is made possible through the enormous generosity of Adelaide’s restaurants and venues. Amongst those helping the cause are Channel 7 celebs Chris Dittmar, Jessica Adamson, Mark Soderstrom, Mike Smithson dining at The Manse, Pride Models Agency are hosting a glamour table Crusoe’s Restaurant, Auge Ristorante, Chianti Classico, Lexus hosting a table Enoteca, Riverside and Shiki restaurants at the Intercontinental, Gaucho’s, Olivia Stratton at The Treasury, Esca Restaurant, Chloe’s, Windy Point Restaurant, Star of Greece, Ryan Fitzgerald at The Stag and the just opened Red Salt at the Crown Plaza are all on board for some white magic fun.
Says James Paton, Managing Director of Moët Hennessy Australia: “We are proud to be associated with this unique, fun event, raising money for such a worthwhile cause. If our friends in the restaurant industry can get behind it with such enthusiasm, the least we can do is ensure that their guests drink well.”