When the seed for the Bloody Good Dinner
was first planted, we hoped it would take
root and support life-saving research. So
we’d like to thank you all for helping this
fundraising event exceed our wildest
expectations, raising almost $2 million
in the first three years alone.
Amidst flames, fire twirlers, and the smouldering
passion that comes from loving what you do,
Dave Pynt from Burnt Ends Singapore created
a unique culinary experience. As in previous
years, it was curated by Blake’s Feast, with this
night raising over $800,000.
This time we were transported to Chinatown
NYC, circa the 1920s. Restauranteur Eddie
Buckingham and chef Paul Donnelly showing
us why Chinese Tuxedo is such a favourite
in the Big Apple. More than $700,000 was
raised for world-class medical research.
Our inaugural Bloody Good Dinner was held at
the historic Meat Market Pavilion, with a special
one-off menu created by Danielle Alvarez
from Fred’s, Merivale. Over $400,000 was raised for
a world-first research project to improve Bone
Marrow transplant outcomes.