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Speed Date for Hunger Fundraising Night

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A retired business owner, my passions are cooking, photography and eating. I use all three of these when I write for recipeyum.com.au which is on HubGarden
Event:
Meet the one at this speed dating evening
For the singles night of the year, you will need to join up with the other 300 plus single people. Then you can attend this event which is organised in different ages groups.



It matters not whether you are straight or have same-sex preferences, there will be dates for you at these functions! The event includes the following:

Up to 6 dates using CitySwoon's patented matching technology
Two drinks
Many hosts to assist on the night
An after-party with a DJ until late into the night



The event will be held on Saturday 17th November, 2018 at 7.00 pm. The venue is the Hightail Bar - rear bar - 727 Collins Street, Docklands, Melbourne.

The cost for the event is $49 for non members, and $39 for members. Another good thing about this event is that it is for a good cause with all the net monies going to The Hunger Project Australia!

City Swoon is Australia's leading dating events company and will present this unique and fun dating event to raise funds and awareness for The Hunger Project Australia. They have chosen this organisation as HPA do an amazing job to empower the lives of people living with hunger and in poverty and help to change this forever.



You can book in various age groups, and these are as follows:

Yellow Group - Ages 23 to 35
Red Group - Ages 29 to 39
Blue Group - Ages 35 to 45
Green Group - Ages 45 to 55
Gay Male - Ages 25 to 45
Gay Female - Ages 25 to 45

To join/buy your tickets, simply click here and you can then select the age group you would like to attend.

For more information on this event, click here.



About the Hunger Project Australia
The Hunger Project have a mission to end hunger and poverty by bringing about "sustainable, grassroots, women-centered strategies and advocating for their widespread adoption in countries throughout the world."

They believe it is possible to end hunger, and that this generation is able to end it once and for all. However, in their experience, people who live in hunger are not the problem they are the solution. They look on it as not seeing a billion mouths to feed but seeing a billion human beings, who are enterprising and resilient. The idea is therefore to "unlock their capacity, creativity and leadership" in order that they will be able to end their own hunger. And this is what The Hunger Project Australia strive for.

The Hunger Project empowers people who live in rural villages in Africa, India, Bangladesh and Latin America to end their own hunger. They actually reach out to more than 18 million people who are virtually turning over a new leaf together with their families and their communities, and thus bringing about the end to hunger.



The Hunger Project Australia basically do the following:
They reach 16.1 million people in 13,000 rural, remote villages in Africa, India and Bangladesh
They have trained 395,000 local volunteer leaders so that each dollar invested in their efforts has a multiplier effect
Almost half a million people across Africa now live in self-reliant communities, and this has been brought about and made possible in partnership with The Hunger Project

All proceeds from the CitySwoon speed dating event will go to The Hunger Project Australia. For more information on HPA, go to this link.

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Why? For a speed dating evening
When: 17th November, from 7 pm
Where: Hightail Bar, 727 Collins Street, Docklands, Melbourne.
Cost: Varies, see article
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