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Thursday 17 October 2019

Join us for a night of good food, good wine and goodwill...

...and help reduce the heartbreaking prevalence of Stillbirth in Australia - in honour of Bluey Ryan and all babies born sleeping.

For one night only

Some of Brisbane's premier chefs and innovative wine distributors join forces to shine a light on Stillbirth, raising awareness and funds to reduce this heartbreaking statistic which claims the lives of 6 babies a day; a number that has not changed in decades.

The Event

Good Company

The evening will be hosted by Celebrity Chef Alastair McLeod, and one of Brisbane's most unique venues, Lightspace;

we'll hear keynote speeches from Keren Ludski, CEO of Red Nose, and Leigh Brezler, newly appointed CEO of the Stillbirth Foundation;

and enjoy skin tingling music by Machine Age.

Good Food & Wine

Enjoy tasty morsels from chefs Jake Pregnell and Simon Hanmer of Little Valley, Ben Bertei of LONgTIME, and Katrina Ryan of Golden Pig.

Cork & Co and Naked Bunch will be serving wines from some of Australia's most progressive winemakers, whilst newcomer Golden Bone's Kolsch will be on tap. 

Goodwill

Our incredible partners and vendors have all donated their talents, time and resources which means that almost every dollar raised will help to drive necessary change. Proceeds from the night will be used to fund a strategic project in partnership with the Stillbirth Foundation and Red Nose.

This project will follow on from our hugely successful 2018 fundraising campaign which raised $21,000 and funded the production and amplification of 2 separate video and PR campaigns for the Stillbirth Foundation. This awareness campaign was nominated for, and won Gold at, the Sydney 2019 "Driven by Design" awards announced in September this year!

Further funds will be raised via a raffle and live auction with some amazing prizes to be won, including a Tesla 'Owner's Experience' Weekend, an original artwork by Sydney artist Angus Martin commissioned by Blue Hearts, and an iPhone 11.