Its almost RED NOSE Day and up and down the country, people are finding unique ideas to help fundraise for the fantastic cause.
Chef In My Kitchen have come up with the fantastic idea of Auctioning a dinner party in your own home where they provide everything from crockery and cuttlery to food and table decorations. All you have to do is sit back, relax and enjoy the experience. Shokri Azzabi from Chef In My Kitchen has given us the details below
As far as the Auction is concerned, it terminates on the 18Th of March, the official day of Red Nose, at Midnight. The winning bidder will be able to take the offer from the 1st of April up to 30Th of November, as you can see, it is quite long enough time to organize the party. The full amount will be donated to Red Nose, so we do not take any money out towards food or waiting staff, as it is our contribution too.
Once A date for the dinner party has been booked by the winner, we will meet up in their home, to go through the menu and to a have a chance to see his/her kitchen and dining area. After this, there is nothing left for the host to do. We will shop for the food, we will dress up his dining room, we will prepare the meal, waiting staff will serve all food and drinks, and then at the end of the evening, we will clear up the dining room, and we will tidy and mop up the kitchen as if we never been there.
CHEF IN MY KITCHEN will provide all cutlery, crockery, glasses, linen, flowers and candles, all what the host/hostess has to do is choose what to wear for the evening and enjoy her guests company. Pampering at its best.
The winning bidder must pay the bid amount to Chef in my kitchen within 24H of the End of the Auction as we are presenting the donation to RED NOSE on the 24Th of March, in the presence of the local newspaper.
If you would love to take part in this, contact Shokri and the team to make your bid by email email@example.com with your bid.
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