A Bloody
Good Night

The Bloody Good Dinner is back.
Wednesday 23rd of May.
The meat market.

Last year we sold out in three weeks and raised over $400,000. This year we’d like to do it again, raising money for blood cancer and bone marrow failure research. Escape to Chinatown for the evening and enjoy the best New York has to offer, all while raising money for an amazing cause.

The Cause

The Bloody Good Dinner is a joint effort between the Snowdome Foundation and Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision.

Last year we raised over $400,000 to conduct a world-first medical research project focused on improving the outcomes of bone marrow transplants.

All the money raised on the night will be going to three very worthwhile causes:

  1. A Career Development Fellowship in Research for women in haematology.
  2. The Centre of Research Excellence in Bone Marrow Biology.
  3. The Australia-wide arm of an international trial to improve survival rates of Follicular Lymphoma patients.

And if you can’t make it on the night, you can still donate to The Bloody Good Dinner at the Snowdome Foundation’s website.

The Auction & Raffle

On the night we’ll have both a live auction and raffle, with a range of items and money-can’t-buy experiences on offer. All money raised, including any donation you plan to pledge, helps us fund vital medical research.

Terms & Conditions

May 23rd
The Meat Market
5 Blackwood Street,
North Melbourne

Our Sponsors

The bloody good dinner has been made possible with the ongoing support of our committee members and sponsors.

Captain’s Choice Ongoing Support

Captain’s Choice have made a very generous offer for the Bloody Good Dinner.

If you make an enquiry about one of the Captain’s Choice journeys on the night and book on or before June 30, they will donate 5% of the price to support our causes.

Our Committee

Chair: Nicky Long. Members: Andrew Pascoe, Carly Duckworth, Christine Lester, Georgie Tandy, Gian Blundo, Gillian Holley, Gina McNamara, Helen Gandel, Jen Trethewey, Jodi Crocker, Kate Stewart, Kasey Thompson, Lauren Frazer, Liz Anderson, Lou Johns, Mandy Mandie, Pennie Callaghan, Rebecca Smith, Rob Tandy, Sasha Wilson, Suzie Bratuskins, Tim Hirst, Vanessa Cohen.