1 in 7 Australian women will be diagnosed
with breast cancer in their lifetime.
This August, your cooking can help Breast Cancer Trials get one step closer to a cure for the women you love.
Take the 3 Course Challenge and learn how to cook a three-course French feast from top chef Manu Feildel, host a dinner party for friends, and raise money to support life-saving research.
You don’t have to be an expert chef, you just need to be ready for some fun in the kitchen and a good time with friends – all in the name of making a difference.
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Raised so far
- Penny Dabner just donated $57.42
- Samantha Rozynski just donated $50
- Amanda Oakes just donated $156.60
- June Eales just donated $57.42
- Carmel Brewster just donated $52.20
- Hilary & Jacob just donated $26.10
- Gabriella Clarke just donated $41.76
- Michelle Lodkowski just donated $57.42
- MG just donated $208.80
- Uma Baska just donated $104.40
- Bronwyn just donated $41.76
- Rachel Kelly just donated $52.20
- Louisa Graveney just donated $41.76
- Charles Clendon just donated $41.76
- Paul Ibbotson just donated $104.40
- VINCENT NEWEY just donated $515
- Sussana Skinner just donated $57.42
- Allison Newey just donated $73.08
- Stephanie just donated $156.60
- JUNKO just donated $53.50
Step 1 Register.
Register for the 3 Course Challenge today. We’ll send you an email to get started. Then you can set up your fundraising page and start your challenge.
Click here to get started.
Step 2 Get support and plan your dinner party.
Invite guests to your dinner party and raise money for breast cancer trials research by asking your guests and your friends and family to donate.
Step 3 Cook with Manu.
Raise at least $150 to unlock access to Manu’s exclusive and interactive livestreamed cooking class on 29 August from 1PM - 3PM AEST.
Step 4 Host your party.
Host your dinner party on the evening of 29 August or anytime until 14 September. Please follow social gathering rules in your area.
3 Course Challenge Leaderboard
See who is cooking to support breast cancer research.