FORGET dinner and a show. One Attadale family will be looking to combine dinner with a skydive this month as they look to raise money for Camp Quality.
Victoria O’Neill will take part in the Camp Quality Dine at Mine fundraiser later this month, inviting friends and family over for a delicious meal, while also fundraising for the charity that has done a lot to help her 14-year-old son Harry, who was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in 2010.
She said they would then be jumping out of an airplane the next day to fundraise even more.
“I thought I would use it as an opportunity to get my friends together and catch up before the jump and raise some money at the same time,” she said.
“Camp quality has been an amazing support to us, they hold the most amazing camps for all the children and it is a great time for Harry to catch up with others who have been through the same journey.
“Camp Quality has done so much for us I really wanted to do something for them and to give back.
“Holding a Dine at Mine event is a great opportunity to catch up with friends, and raise money for a great cause at the same time.”
For more information on how to hold a Dine at Mine fundraiser, visit www.dine-atmine.org.au.