The 8th Chefs’ Gala Dinner hosted by Henry Brosi, executive chef at The Dorchester, will be held on Monday 20 March in aid of the Children’s Liver Disease Foundation.
Now in its eighth year, this prestigious dinner has raised over £938,000 to date, helping to transform thousands of lives affected by childhood liver disease.
The CLDF is hoping to raise over £100,000 from this year’s event with special prizes that have been donated by many chefs and generous donors.
An online auction website will close at midday on 19th March. Those who are not attending the event are being encouraged to use the ‘Maximum Bid’ feature in order to increase their chance of winning auction items.
The evening includes a glittering champagne and canapés reception, which will be followed by a four-course fine dining experience, followed by a raffle and auction featuring highly original and much sought after items.
Among the prizes you can bid for is a master class with chef Armand Sablon, a lunch at the Michelin starred The Ledbury, a tasting menu for two at Benares, the Michelin-starred Indian Restaurant in Mayfair and two places on a one day cookery school experience at the beautifully located Rick Stein’s Cookery School in Padstow among others. You can find all the information here.
Four of the UK’s most eminent chefs will design and cook the four-course gala dinner. For each course, guests are also joined at their table by a renowned chef. The evening provides a unique opportunity to meet with some of the industry’s most prestigious and talented individuals.
Today, another two children will be diagnosed with a life threatening liver disease. Children’s Liver Disease Foundation will help them and their families pick up the pieces, but it can only do so through the generosity of its donors. The Chef’s Gala Dinner is a key event in their fundraising calendar and is a wonderful opportunity to help raise vital funds and awareness.
Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF) was formed in 1980 and is a charity dedicated to taking action against the effects of all liver diseases of childhood.
Based in Birmingham, CLDF vision is that childhood liver diseases will be understood, prevented and treated effectively, ensuring that babies, children, young people, their families and adults diagnosed in childhood achieve their full potential.
To find out more about the work of Children’s Liver Disease Foundation visit www.childliverdisease.org