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Speed Date to Stop World Hunger!

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On Saturday 10th September join up to 300+ single Melbournians at Hightail Bar in the Docklands, for this unique CitySwoon Fundraiser, The Party to Help End World Hunger, with all profits going to The Hunger Project Australia!

Australia’s leading dating events company, CitySwoon, holds the Guinness World Record for the Biggest Blind Date, held at the Sydney Opera House in 2014. Their unique tech spin on speed dating has gone viral around Australia and in the USA, Canada & the UK!

Pre-Covid, CitySwoon ran a series of fundraisers around the country for the Hunger Project. The first event was in Melbourne in November 2018 and was a roaring success with over $6000 raised and with many lasting matches made at the event. We think Melbourne can beat its own record this year!

“This event is all about raising both awareness & money, having fun, having a few drinks and maybe sparking up a relationship – all for a good cause. People are tired of staying cooped up at home after Covid and we are starting to see huge demand for in-person events again, so the timing couldn’t be better!” sais CitySwoon CEO Brett Couston.

Whether you are straightie-180 or rainbow by orientation; a millennial, Gen Y or Gen Xer, there will be dates for you! After a beverage or two to calm the nerves, the CitySwoon hosts will expertly match you with five or six potential hotties. Then, party the night away with your new connections.

Every dollar from a ticket bought to The Party to End World Hunger will go to The Hunger Project Australia.

Grab your wing-human or your single friends for a night to remember with all the feels and great karma – the Party to Help End World Hunger. Earlybird tickets start at $59, going up to $89 for late bookings.

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Menchie Khairuddin is a writer Deputy Content Manager at Akolade and content producer for Third Sector News. She is passionate about social affairs specifically in mixed, multicultural heritage and not-for-profit organisations.


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