Buderim’s first annual Lunch en Blanc will be held at Bloomhill Function Centre on Sunday 19 November from 12pm and you’re invited to help raise money for the Foundations’ community investment fund.
Foundation Event Committee chair, Lloyd Edwards said the luncheon was inspired by the original Parisian picnic, Lunch en Blanc which bears a rich European history.
“With attendees invited to dress in white, those with a penchant for the finer things in life will come together, equipped with a bountiful picnic basket for an afternoon of fine food and great company,” Mr Edwards said.
The event will be a fun bring-your-own picnic lunch with great music, prizes and entertainment, all while raising funds for the Buderim Foundation to invest so the interest can be used to fund committee grants.
“Hosted in the beautiful grounds of Bloomhill Function Centre on Sunday 19th November from midday until 5pm, we will provide a splendid setting of long white tables and chairs. There will also be live music and entertainment as well as a live auction and raffle to raise funds for the Foundation with some fantastic prizes on offer.”
Tickets are $40 per person and include a glass of bubbles on arrival, tea, coffee and cakes and a cash bar also available.
The event is limited to just 100 guests so to find out more and book your tickets via the Buderim Foundation website or contact Sally Caddy on phone: 5456 1757 or email: email@example.com.
Event in a snapshot
What: Buderim Lunch en Blanc charity fundraiser
When: Sunday 19 November, 2017, 12pm – 5pm
Where: Bloomhill Function Centre, 58 Ballinger Rd, Buderim
Ticket price: $40 (includes glass of bubbles on arrival, long white tables, chairs, cutlery, tea, coffee, cakes, entertainment and charity auction)
What to bring: bountiful picnic basket (cash bar provided), friends and smiles
The Buderim Foundation is a philanthropic organisation whose purpose is to strengthen the Buderim community by harnessing the power of giving. It does this by receiving donations and bequests, carefully investing the funds to generate income and distributing the income as grants to organisations that provide services to Buderim and the surrounding community.