Tanunda's 1918 Bistro and Grill and Chateau Tanunda support Vinnies Women's Crisis Centre

Tanunda's 1918 Bistro and Grill owner Sid King and Chateau Tanunda direct sales and marketing manager Mitchell McKenzie urge the public to support a special luncheon fundraiser.
Tanunda's 1918 Bistro and Grill owner Sid King and Chateau Tanunda direct sales and marketing manager Mitchell McKenzie urge the public to support a special luncheon fundraiser.

Tanunda’s 1918 Bistro and Grill has paired with Chateau Tanunda to host a charity lunch in September to raise funds for a critical service which supports women in need.

Fifty per cent from every ticket sale will be donated to the Vinnie’s Women’s Crisis Centre.

“Through the lunch we can offer customers the chance to have a great day out with friends, enjoy great food and wine, and raise money for a worthy cause,” 1918 owner Sid King said.

For Chateau Tanunda, the need to assist others stems from their strong family values.

“We feel this a great cause to support families in need, with an event that brings people together through great food and wine,” operations manager Greg West said.

To date, SA police receive about 400 calls each week responding to domestic violence in the Adelaide metro area alone.

The new Vinnies Women’s Crisis Centre provides women with emergency accommodation and the practical services they need to move forward calmly with support.

The Vinnies Women’s Crisis Centre is a 21-room property, situated in the quiet inner northern suburbs of Adelaide. 

It supports women in need at crisis point, providing short term accommodation to replace motel alternatives for many SA women and their children who are escaping domestic violence or other crisis situations.

The public can enjoy a four-course lunch with matching wines from Chateau Tanunda for $80 per person. 

The event falls, Saturday, September 15 from noon-3pm and to book, visit www.1918.com.au  or phone 8563 0405.