NORTHERN hospitality gurus have banded together in support of disability sport and recreation service New Horizons.
Six of the region’s premier restaurants have donated multi-course menus and matching wines to New Horizon’s Gourmet Gold Ticket fund-raiser.
The Gourmet Gold Ticket will operate as a raffle with a difference, with each ticket doubling as a $5 voucher for the Trevallyn Grocer.
Stillwater co-owner Kim Seagram said each restaurant’s willingness to participate demonstrated the industry’s sense of community.
“When the community needs it we do band together,” she said.
New Horizons hopes to raise $15,000 through the sale of Gourmet Gold Tickets.
All money raised will go towards the work of the not-for-profit, which provides sport and recreation opportunities for people with all disabilities of all ages.
“There’s lots of activities we have for people to come and enjoy and be social,” general manager Belinda Kitto said.
To enter visit gourmetgoldticket.com.au or contact New Horizons.