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Camp Quality Dine At Mine

When:

Fri 1 Aug 2014, 12:00pm–12:00pm
Mon 1 Sep 2014, 12:00pm–12:00pm

Where: Your home, Australia, Circular Quay

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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For the second consecutive year Camp Quality is urging home chefs and cooking enthusiasts to arrange a dining experience in support of children living with cancer, and their families, with the Dine At Mine campaign. Cancer is the largest killer of children from disease in Australia and approximately 10,000 children are either newly diagnosed with cancer, under treatment or in remission.

Dine At Mine was a huge success in its inaugural year last August, and is now a major fundraiser for the children’s cancer charity. The concept is simple, throughout August hosts invite family and friends to a dining experience and asks them to donate what they would have spent dining out to Camp Quality. Hosts are encouraged to “Make it Yours” - Whether it’s a BBQ after a local football game, dinner with the family, a brunch at work or lunch with friends, you can host a Dine at Mine that works for you. All funds will help create a better life for every child living with cancer in Australia.

Last year’s ambassadors supporting the Dine At Mine campaign, Manu Feildel, Lyndey Milan and Justine Schofield, are joined this year by Channel 9 presenter Erin Molan, and TV cooks, authors and personal trainers Luke Hines and Scott Gooding.

Scott says “I am absolutely delighted to be involved with Dine At Mine and Camp Quality. Camp Quality is an amazing charity which offers valuable fun and laughter to children living with cancer. Allowing the kids with cancer to feel like kids is a powerful thing and certainly shouldn't be underestimated. Dine at Mine is an ideal way to get friends, colleagues or family together for a feed and to raise money for Camp Quality. I’m looking forward to hearing all the different ways people get together for this great cause, and I'll certainly be hosting my own.”

And Luke comments “I am so proud to be on board for this Dine At Mine campaign as it truly is such a wonderful cause. The combination of good food and good company is a recipe for success, raising much needed funds for children living with cancer and their families. As an ambassador I am so excited to get involved, and also see what fantastic dining experiences people create, so whether it’s a beach BBQ, brekky or an instant restaurant in your home, show your support and let’s raise some of those much needed funds!”

To register as a Dine At Mine host, simply visit www.dineatmine.org.au or call 1300 730 787 to be sent a host pack which includes all the info you need to host a successful Dine At Mine.

Camp Quality currently only reaches one in three children living with cancer with its programs, which provide children living with cancer and their families with an essential break from hospital, stress and constant worry. The charity is currently expanding its programs which build optimism, resilience and confidence – at hospital, at home, at school and at camp. The Dine At Mine fundraising campaign will enable Camp Quality to deliver these expanded services.

Funds raised from Dine At Mine will help children like Omaid who was diagnosed with cancer at seven years old. Now in his third year of treatment, extensive chemotherapy has left Omaid with constant pain, nausea, blistered feet and hands; and brittle bones resulting in three broken arms in the last year.

Omaid's Mum Maliha says "When Omaid was diagnosed, it was completely shattering. With four children, our family almost fell apart. Camp Quality's programs were a blessing to us all; we got the chance to spend time together as a family, away from the stress of treatment and the children had that time to just be kids again. Even now, when the boys come back from camp, we see the impact it has on them; they're confident and happy - they're smiling real smiles."

This year Camp Quality hopes everyone will register to host a Dine At Mine in August to help the charity achieve their goal of supporting every child living with cancer across Australia.