Host a #CookForSyria event
Celebrate the joy of friends by gathering for an intimate meal at home, hosting a dinner party, or bringing together your community group to support #CookForSyria.
1.Get planning! Have a look at our handy event tips
to help get you started and our delicious recipes
2. Create your JustGiving
page to let your friends and family know about your event and to easily donate. Don’t forget to share on social media and email!
3.Cook up a feast and help raise vital funds to provide life saving supplies to Syrian children and their families.
Remember to tag @unicefaustralia and #CookForSyria to share your journey with us and encourage others to join the movement.
Hold a #BakeForSyria sale
1. Team up with friends, family or colleagues to create sweet treats and organise a #BakeForSyria charity bake at your school or workplace.
2. Donate your funds via JustGiving
or the donation form below
Participate in your restaurant or cafe
During August and September, restaurants, cafes and eateries are invited to participate in #CookForSyria by:
1.Putting a ‘Syrian-inspired twist’ on one of your signature dishes (or create a new dish) and donate $5 from each sale
2.Donating $1 per guest
3.Sweetening your service counter with simple Syrian desserts or baked goods and donate the proceeds from each sale.
Restaurants and cafes can participate in #CookForSyria by registering here.
Rumi Restaurant, Yellowtail Restaurant, Marion Wine Bar, Brisbane Street Bistro, Glass Dining & Lounge Bar, Mary's Underground, Mary's Newtown, Mary's Circular Quay, Bar Saracen, The Unicorn Hotel, The Ladsdowne Hotel, Society Salamanca, Salon De Co, Deer Duck Bistro, Blackwood Pantry, The Carlton Wine Room, Espressohead Cafe, The Hummus Club
Make a one-off donation
UNICEF is urgently appealing for funds to deliver emergency supplies, protection and support to millions of children caught in the line of fire and living on the move as refugees. Provide a much needed one-off donation
Together, we can make a real difference to the lives of millions of Syrian Children.