FOODIE ALERT: Chi Fan for Charity is Back

FOODIE ALERT: Chi Fan for Charity is Back

Brought to you by:   Keshia  Keshia  | over 2 years  ago

2015's Chi Fan for Charity will see some of the city's favourite restaurants (such as Limewood & Grassroots Pantry) host dinners to raise money for Little Life Warrior Society

Coming back for its third year, the annual Chi Fan for Charity (CFFC HK) is back, and has partnered with Hong Kong’s top restaurants for a special evening. The concept is simple: instead of a typical charity gala dinner, Chi Fan partners with top chefs who will each create a thoughtfully prepared, multi-course meal (with wine pairings) for a table of guests at their restaurant. 


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This is the basis for CFFC, and all proceeds will be given to this year’s chosen beneficiary, the Little Life Warrior Society. Established in 2002 by patients, staff, survivors and parents of Lady Pao Children’s Cancer Centre at Prince of Wales Hospital, the LLWC is a non-profit organisation that aims to improve the lives of children battling cancer. The organisation is a support network of loved ones, patients, and survivors that can help provide resources and emotional support to benefit the quality of life for young patients.


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Chi Fan for Charity has partnered with restaurants like Beef & Liberty, Limewood, Mr and Mrs Fox, and Grassroots Pantry to support this worthy cause. Each restaurant will host a dinner party of 10 people on the evening of Saturday, November 7th, 2015. Seats at these sponsored tables (between $750 and $1,500 per guest) are currently on sale at the CFFC event page, where there is also a full list of participating restaurants.


Tickets for the free-flow after party at Shore, who specialise in dry-aged steak, are available as well, where guests can meet up after dinner to discuss their culinary experiences. There’ll even be an opportunity to partake in a silent auction and raffle to raise more funds for the Little Life Warrior Society. 


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