Dine at Mine is simple. Camp Quality invites you to host a dining event and ask your guests to donate what they would've spent on a night out.
Here are the ingredients....
Pick a date
It only takes a minute. Pick a date, select a venue, choose a theme and register your event online. Just like that you’ll be ready to start fundraising to help families impacted by cancer.
Invite your friends
You can do this by writing invitations, setting up a Facebook event, or sending a group message to make sure your guests save the date.
Spread the word
The more people that know what you're doing, the more likely they're to support you. It’s not just your guests that can donate or support you... why not put a call out on social media, ask your boss, or your work to dollar match.
Return the funds
Once you have finished your event, return the funds to Camp Quality. 100% of profits will go towards helping kids impacted by cancer.
Dine at Mine is designed for you to make it what you want
Whether it's a dinner at home, a simple lunch with friends, a themed fiesta in the office or a BBQ at the footy… Whatever your style, wherever you hold it, Dine at Mine is a rewarding experience that makes it easy for you to help kids impacted by cancer, while having a good time.
Make it yours...
Mortgage Choice Newtown’s Dine at Mine had two events. From a Spanish fiesta offering paella, sangria and professional flamenco dancers....To a full spread of Italian cuisine. Both were a reward and recognition of their clients and staff.
“Our biggest piece of advice is – don’t be afraid to ask for help, especially from your friends”.
– Owun and Suzanne Taylor, Mortgage Choice Newtown, NSW
In your home, it’s your rules – and hosting a Dine at Mine at home is no different. You pick the theme, cuisine, music, guest list – everything!
“For my birthday this year, I’ve decided to celebrate it as a Dine at Mine, sometime in August. It won’t be a sit down affair, but a fun pizza and pasta night.”
– Jennie Marsh, NSW
If hosting at home, or the office isn’t for you, take your Dine at Mine out into the community at your school, university, sporting club or local park. But don’t just take our word for it...
“I loved that there were no guidelines for Dine at Mine other than to have fun! A BBQ suited us perfectly, but a dinner party might suit you. The possibilities are endless, so get your friends together and start cooking!”
– Melissa Woollard, WA