The parents of three said without events such as Camp Quality Supper Club held this Thursday at more than 20 restaurants across Perth, families and children would not get the support they needed.
Each restaurant donated a table of 12 including food, service and drinks with guests supporting Camp Quality by purchasing a table or individual ticket to the event.
Local award-winning restaurant Clarke’s of North Beach is taking part in the 10th annual Camp Quality Supper Club with the theme being Wonderland and Mad Hatter.
Owner and chef Stephen Clarke said the restaurant had been involved with Camp Quality for five years.
‘Its a great opportunity for us as restaurant owners to help this amazing cause, we are so proud to have several limos arrive at the restaurant with hungry guests aboard with the element of surprise and delight because they don’t know which restaurant will be hosting them,’ he said.
‘Events like this are wonderful; I really enjoy being part of them.
‘As chefs we are driven by a desire to please ” a smile and laughter is our goal and anything we can do to help this happen, I for one am in.’
Mrs McBain said Camp Quality did just that ” brought joy to the family at an overwhelming time.
Teneille (6) was diagnosed at 14 months before being treated for 2