Bring Your Smile to Nepal







Bring Your Smile
To Nepal

Fundraising dinner in Melbourne to bring a little money and lots of smiles to Nepal (April 9 2016). Enjoy some lovely food in Melbourne and make a difference to the lives of some lovely people in Nepal.
#BringYourSmileToNepal





Fundraising Night / April 9

Come and join us for a four course dinner in Melbourne. With the help of sponsors and diners we hope to raise $25,000 to assist earthquake victims in Nepal. No long speeches or shouty auctions, just a lovely meal with kind hearted people.



Sit down dinner at Middle Fish for $100


Cocktail Jugs for $20


All proceeds are donated via Care Australia


Celebrate the joy of Nepalese culture
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How To Book

Follow this link below to book your seat for the dinner.
We can take up to 100 guests on the night.

Book for Dinner  


Where The Money Goes

The money we donate from this event will go Nepal to help earthquake affected communities. Care Australia employ a large contingent of local people in Nepal to work on their relief projects. If you can't join our fundraising night, please consider donating directly to Care Australia.

www.care.org.au/appeals/nepal-earthquake/


Thankyou to Our Sponsors

These are the people who have made this event possible. They have donated their time and money to help rebuild in Nepal.



Middle Fish

Creative Thai food experience.
Located in Parkville near Melbourne University.
middlefish.com.au



Iron Chef Shellie

Food stylist and photographer. Recipe developer. Melbourne Blogger.
ironchefshellie.com


Ewen in Nepal

My name is Ewen Bell and I'm a travel photographer. Nepal has given me so much over the years, and now it's my time to give something back. With the help of some wonderful friends at Middle Fish and Iron Chef Shellie, we're doing just that.

Aside from raising money for Care Ausralia, I also want to encourage as many as possible to consider Nepal in their future travels. The earthquakes of April 2015 did more than take lives, it shook the entire economy and brought to a halt the ability of so many to make a living. Most of Nepal was left untouched by the earthquake itself and 99% of hotels are still operating. The economic devastation when tourists stopped coming was huge. Please take just a moment to think about the possibility of travel in Nepal yourself, either in the near future or the distant future.