Dine at Mine ambassadors Scotty Gooding and Luke Hines
For the second consecutive year Camp Quality is urging home chefs to arrange a dining experience in support of children living with cancer.
The concept is simple: throughout August hosts invite family and friends to a dining experience and ask them to donate what they would have spent dining out to Camp Quality.
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.
Gooding said, “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.”
Register as a Dine At Mine host here.