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How Food Changed My Life is Fundraising for Smart Works Charity - 2nd March 2019


Supporters from the food and drinks world including Belazu, Prosecco DOC and Zinda Foods are giving products to a fundraising event for Smart Works providing interview clothes for unemployed women



How Food Changed My Life is Fundraising for Smart Works Charity - 2nd March 2019

Supporters from the food and drinks world including Belazu, Prosecco DOC and Zinda Foods are giving products to a fundraising event for Smart Works on 2nd March 2019.  The fundraiser includes a lunch cooked by award-winning chefs, cooks and food writers, Prosecco and a stimulating panel discussion in a nurturing environment, The inspiring stories come from a line up of powerful women in the food and drink industry - in a discussion on  How Food Changed My Life. The panellists will share their amazing stories and how they were able to turn their lives around with opportunities that came their way. 

Proceeds from this event will support Smart Works a UK charity that provides high quality interview clothes and interview training to unemployed women in need. They harness the power of clothes and confidence to allow a woman to be her best at a crucial moment in her life, giving her the confidence, the self-belief and the practical tools required to succeed at interview and transform her life.

The fundraiser, organised by Women In The Food Industry, will also explore any particular issues the panel faced as women in the food industry and how they hope for change going forward.  Sabrina Excecutive Chef at The Allbright Collective, where the event is hosted, said "I am so thrilled to be involved with Women in The Food Industry - it has been such an incredible opportunity to broaden the network of incredible women in hospitality, championing their businesses, celebrating their achievements and enjoying the creative synergies between us. I am very much looking forward to hosting more events, broadening the circle of these incredible women - and seeing how we can collaborate for many more exciting future projects".

Panellists include:

Sabrina Gidda
Executive Chef at The Allbright Collective, Entrant of BBC’s Great British Menu 2018 | Tatler magazine’s ‘Rising Star’ | Two time finalist in the Roux Scholarship
@missgidda
Website

Anjula Devi
Cookery School Owner, Author, Brand Ambassador for TRS Foods, the world’s largest Indian food company and Chef Consultant for Manchester Utd,
@Anjuladevi 
Website

Suzy Pelta
Baker, Author, Metro food blogger, Marie Curie Blooming Great Tea Party Official Campaign Cake Creator, and winner of ITV1’s Lorraine Cake Club Competition
@SuzyPelta
Website

Bettina Campolucci
Plant Based & Gluten Free Chef, Author and Influencer
@bettinaskitchen
Website

Jodi Hinds
Award Winning Food photographer who has worked on numerous cookbooks and publications, narrating food stories and documenting the artistry of the chef behind each dish.
@JodiHinds 
Website

Hosted by Mex Ibrahim and Janie Ash from Women In the Food Industry
@women_food_wifi

Tickets include tea & coffee on arrival. The panel session will be followed by a delicious ‘pot luck’  lunch prepared by the award-winning panellists - Sabrina Gidda, Anjula Devi, Suzy Pelta and Bettina Campolucci, It is served with Prosecco Doc. In the spirit of the ‘pot luck’ lunch, attendees are also encouraged to bring along some food they would like to share – but this is totally optional!  All who book will take home a goody bag with gifts from Belazu, Zinda Foods and more.

Being a members only space, for some this will be a rare opportunity to experience the AllBright Collective. The Collective provides a unique environment for women to connect, create and collaborate. Guests of this event are welcome to tour this beautiful and carefully designed space.

Proceeds from this event will support Smart Works

Smart Works is a UK charity that provides high quality interview clothes and interview training to unemployed women in need. They harness the power of clothes and confidence to allow a woman to be her best at a crucial moment in her life, giving her the confidence, the self-belief and the practical tools required to succeed at interview and transform her life. Visit their website for more

This event is one in a series of events this week from Women In the Food Industry, a pioneering new initiative championing and discussing the issues facing women in the food industry. Visit this link to book tickets for How Food Changed My Life.

Details of all events and how to book, 2nd March to 8th March 2019 from Women In the Food Industry, a pioneering new initiative championing and discussing the issues facing women in the food industry can be found here https://www.womeninthefoodindustry.com/events .



"I am so thrilled to be involved with Women in The Food Industry - it has been such an incredible opportunity to broaden the network of incredible women in hospitality, championing their businesses"
Sabrina Gidda








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