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Australia is full of hungry food lovers who long to dine in high quality restaurants, but getting a table on Valentines Day can be quite a pain. At the same time, 815 million people around the world struggle to simply eat.

A Table To End Hunger know that both of these problems can be solved and Balcony Bar & Oyster Co is helping to make that happen. They’re giving away a table plus a $200 dinner and drinks voucher for a lucky couple to spend on Valentines Day.

The award-winning campaign has been a roaring success in the past by lifting The Hunger Project’s brand awareness to the highest point in the organisation’s history. Plus $27,000 has been raised to date, which translates to approx 22,000 parents trained on feeding their children locally available nutritious food.

All you need to do to win is to have the highest bid on the Balcony Bar & Oyster Co table via The Table To End Hunger’s website between the 1st and the 11th of February 2018 at https://thp.org.au/a-table-to-end-hunger/


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