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Cct Fundraising Dinner (sa Charity Licence # Ccp1163)

Cct Fundraising Dinner (sa Charity Licence # Ccp1163) - Has Ended

 23 Aug, 2014 - 23 Aug, 2014
 Sat 6:00pm - Sat 11:30pm
 40 - 46 West Thebarton Road
  Thebarton, SA
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Join us for a spectaular night, including a gourmet five course meal, entertainment, raffles and a silent auction. Main auction item is a BMW Drive Day for Two,

sponsored by Adelaide BMW.



Peking duck pancakes with Hoi Sin & cucumber

Smoked salmon bilini with dill cream & caviar

Roasted pumpkin arrancini with parmesan & rosemary


Tea smoked lamb salad with baby spinach, tomato,

parmesan, red onion marmalade, basil oil & candied balsamic


Osso Bucco with Paris mash, baby carrots,

broccolini & gremolata


Proscuitto wrapped roasted chicken breast with potato

galette, wilted spinach, slow roasted tomato with herbs & jus


Baked chocolate tart with berries, double cream,

chocolate pencil & Persian fairy floss


Cheese platters for each table with lavosh,

almonds & fig and red wine jam




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 Cambodian Children’s Trust (Australia Cambodia Fouorganiser
 1300 664 799

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Cambodian Children’s Trust (Australia Cambodia Foundation Inc) is a non-profit NGO running projects in the Battambang region of Cambodia to help break the cycle of poverty and enable vulnerable children to become educated, ethical and empowered future leaders of Cambodia. CCT was created in 2007 when Tara Winkler and her Cambodian team rescued 14 children from a corrupt orphanage. Now no longer an orphanage, CCT’s work with more than 300 children and their families focuses on creating lasting change in the lives of underprivileged children and their families in Battambang by providing practical, long-term support. We are committed to these children because we believe in their potential to be leaders in their communities and their ability to affect change in Cambodia. Your support will help us to continue and expand our work.

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