Bambini of Lilyfield raises funds for Camp Quality

Bambini of Lilyfield held a Twilight Food Safari last month, hosting the event in support of Camp Quality.

The childcare centre in Lilyfield invited locals Josh and Nic Sama from My Kitchen Rules 2018 to cook spaghetti with meatballs with the children.

Nic from Marsfield and his brother Josh, of Concord, own a food truck called Fritto and Co which serves Italian street food at functions and events across Sydney. 

The brothers cooked up a storm at the two hour event, helping the kids roll dough and make the pasta from scratch.

Camp Quality also joined the event on August 17, putting on their Roving Puppet Show and educating the children, teachers and families. The show is jam-packed with laughter and positivity, and helps kids understand cancer and how to be a good friend.

Market stalls were also on display at the event selling multicultural food from Indian to Chinese to Greek, with a vegan stall and a dessert bar.

Bambini also held a raffle, with prizes donated from Kidstuff, Belle Fleur Fine Chocolates and The Local Press.

Camp Quality is a children’s family cancer charity established to provide a support network for children living with cancer and their families. At Camp Quality, they believe “laughter is the best medicine”, and offer camps for families and kids to spend quality time at retreats away from it all.
Bambini of Lilyfield community members are often generous and participate in a number of fundraisers, including raising $525 last month to support RSPCA. The children and educators baked animal-themed sweet treats for family and friends.