Host a #CookForSyria event
Anyone can host their own #CookForSyria event. Whether it’s an intimate meal at home or a dinner party with friends and family, your contribution will raise vital funds to provide life-saving supplies for Syrian children and their families. Here
are some handy tips to help you start planning your #CookforSyria event. You can also access some delicious Syrian-inspired recipes by clicking here
You can collect donations by setting up your own JustGiving page
, which allows you to keep a running tally of all the donations made to your page. You can also promote your JustGiving page by sharing it on Facebook, Twitter or email to encourage family and friends to support your #CookForSyria event. Alternatively you can make your donation via the donation form below
Hold a #BakeForSyria sale
Organise a #BakeForSyria charity bake at school, your workplace or community gathering for a sweet take on fundraising. Team up with friends, family or colleagues to create sweet treats and donate the proceeds via our JustGiving page
or you can make your donation via the donation form below
Attend an event
Northbridge favourite The Hummus Club is throwing it's support behind #CookForSyria and hosting a unique dinner event on Friday, 1st November.
Head Chef, Emily Heron, will be creating an unique long-table shared dining menu based on New Syrian cuisine, taking traditional flavours and re-inventing them using WA Produce.
Buy your ticket
today for a night of feasting, fun and entertainment!
Participate in your restaurant or cafe
During August and September, restaurants, cafes and eateries across Australia are invited to participate in #CookForSyria by putting a ‘Syrian-inspired twist’ on one of their dishes (or by creating a new dish) and donating $5 from each sale, donating $1 per guest or sweetening their service counter with simple Syrian desserts or baked goods and donating the proceeds from each sale.
Restaurants and cafes can participate in #CookForSyria by registering here
, The Carlton Wine Room
, Blackwood Pantry
, Deer Duck Bistro
, Salon De Co
, Society Salamanca
, The Lansdowne Hotel
, The Unicorn Hotel
, Bar Saracen
, Brisbane Street Bistro, Espressohead Cafe
, Mary's Circular Quay
, Mary's Newtown
, Glass Restaurant
, Mary's Underground
, Yellowtail Restaurant
, The Hummus Club
Make a one-off donation
More than eight years of conflict in Syria has caused one of the largest humanitarian crisis of our time. The conflict has left 8.4 million children needing emergency aid. Syrian children have lost their homes, their security, their childhood. 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.