Stonefields Open Garden 2018 Fundraiser Raffle Winners

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation held a fundraising raffle at Paul Bangay's Stonefields Open Garden event on 17-18 November 2018. The raffle was very popular with visitors to Stonefields, and we are grateful to everyone who bought a raffle ticket. The Foundation would like to thank all of our wonderful prize donors, who collectively contributed more than $11,000 worth of quality goods and experiences. Your generosity is vital to our work supporting educators to deliver pleasurable food education to children in Australia. CONGRATULATIONS to the lucky raffle winners:

1st PRIZE WINNER: Louise Wardrop
Four-day ‘Tasmania Lavender Fields’ tour for two, including accommodation and flights. Donated by Ross Garden Tours. Value $4390.

2nd PRIZE WINNER: Michelle Hill
VIP trip for two to 2019 Cobram Estate Olive Harvest, including private jet flight from Melbourne and lunch. Donated by Cobram Estate. Value $2000.

3rd PRIZE WINNER: Bella Nuske 
Dinner and overnight stay at Brae, Australia’s Top Restaurant judged by Australian Financial Review in 2017 & 2018. Donated by Brae. Value $1200.

4th PRIZE WINNER: Kate Mackay
Experience the driving pleasure of a Land Rover for an entire weekend. Donated by ULR Jaguar Land Rover. Value $1000.

5th PRIZE WINNER: Rosanna Montalto
Overnight stay in a vineyard-facing room at Jackalope Hotel, Mornington Peninsula. Donated by Jackalope Hotel. Value $775. 

6th PRIZE WINNER: Vicki Barker
De Bortoli restaurant voucher. Donated by De Bortoli. Value $450. 

‘Reila’ large leather bag in tan. Donated by Elk. Value $275.

8th PRIZE WINNER: Mark Torrington
Pastuso restaurant voucher. Donated by Pastuso restaurant. Value $250. 

9th PRIZE WINNER: Rosanna Montalto
Ryset garden tools. Donated by Ryset Australia. Value $240.

Paul Bangay signed book collection, donated by Penguin Books Australia. Value $220.

11th PRIZE WINNER: B. Formosa 
Stephanie Alexander signed book collection, donated by Penguin Books Australia. Value $215.


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