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Charity Event Catering

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Charity events are the most blissful ones. If you are into charity work, there will always be charitable gatherings from time to time. In preparing for the social charity event of the organization where you belong, of course there must be food for everyone to partake.

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Being the one in-charge for the planning of the upcoming lunch buffet, you need to have the best food caterer in Australia ready by your side. Party caterers are the easiest to grab whenever you have a lunch or dinner event to host. You do not have to hire cooks and do the orchestration yourself as they work on the kitchen. It will be very exhausting for them and for you. Just phone your trusted food catering service provider and everything will be taken care of.

If you still do not have a party caterer that you’re often contacting for your events, check out www.mycateter.com.au for useful tips and updates about the food catering industry in Australia. You will definitely find the best food caterer in there. Meanwhile, here is a scrumptious sample menu from a great food caterer.

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You may get dishes that you like and tell your party caterer to include it in your buffet menu for everyone to enjoy.

• Curried prawns
• Sweet and sour pork
• Curried chicken
• That sweet chilli and lime prawns
• Singaporean noodles
• Satay beef
• Beef stroganoff
• Pork barbeque in plum sauce
• Chinese fried rice

Above are cuisines coming from selected countries in Asia; Let your taste buds and tummies enjoy the different mouthwatering flavors of Oriental cuisine.

Charity Event Catering

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

All Suburbs Catering have created a great checklist for creating a sucessful charity event catering:

    catering for charities

  • Does your event require a permit from your local council or shopping centre for example Bunnings require a non profit organisation/charity to apply in writing to hold a stall out the front of their stores.
  • You will need a copy of your Certificiate of Currency for the public liability
    insurance. Regularly you will need to supply this with your application.
  • Once you have decided and confirmed your dates for your charity catering event make sure you let all club or organisation
    members know the dates. You may want to allocate a advertising sub-committee.
  • What are you thinking of doing with any leftover goods at the end of the day? Will anyone be taking them home
    or do they need to be stored somewhere for future events.
  • Arrange all your goods and equipment required.
  • Do you need to record your sales?
  • Arrangement of catering – contact Carol on 1800 251 440 so that she can help you get your catering sorted for your charity event.