The Bloody Good Dinner is a joint effort between the Snowdome Foundation and Maddie Riewoldt's Vision. The goal is to raise $300,000 to fund a world-first medical research project into life-saving treatments for bone marrow failure and blood cancer patients.
This internationally recognised research project hopes to identify critical genetic factors that contribute to greater predictability of a bone marrow transplant being successful.
The evening includes a tailored, ethically produced and seasonal menu by chef Danielle Alvarez from Fred's of Merivale, Sydney. Drinks include Australian gin, vodka and scotch, as well as premium wines matched to the menu.
Auction items, raffles and prizes including a Bulgari necklace, travel and more. The evening will also showcase the Merivale group, headed by Justin Hemmes, whose father lost his battle to blood cancer last year, and speakers will include AFL greats Nick and Jack Riewoldt, sharing their family's own personal loss.
100% of the profits raised by the Bloody Good Dinner will go towards funding this research.