Mr Arnold-Eyers has donated the Masters of the Menu recipe book, which will be provided to people who sign up to the Serve it up for CF fundraiser.
A tea towel and wine offer will also be provided to people who sign up to host a dinner party for friends, with guests asked to donate money they would spend on a night out to Cystic Fibrosis WA.
The cookbook features recipes from some of Perth’s most well known chefs.
The release of the book in September marks the sixth birthday of Mr Arnold-Eyers’ daughter Jade, who has the condition.
Cystic Fibrosis WA chief executive Nigel Barker said the book was a culmination of Mr Arnold-Eyers’ initial commitment.
‘When Jade was born and diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, Scott made it is his mission to take on the challenge of doing all he could to make a difference with those living with the condition,’ he said.
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