Breast Cancer Trials is Australia’s largest breast cancer clinical trials research organisation. They conduct research into the prevention and cure of breast cancer, and have helped to save millions of lives from breast cancer worldwide through research collaboration.

The organisation has launched a new campaign called the 3 Course Challenge. The 3 Course Challenge encourages food lovers all over Australia to ‘stay in and entertain’ this Breast Cancer Awareness Month to support clinical trials research, which aims to save every life from breast cancer. This fundraising initiative invites Australians to take on the challenge of cooking a three course Indian feast to raise money for life-saving breast cancer clinical trials research.

Share your new culinary skills by hosting a dinner party any time until 30 November. The dinner party hosts will reach out to their networks of friends and family to encourage them to donate to Breast Cancer Trials research.

To support dinner party hosts, a livestreamed virtual cooking class was held on 16 October by top chef, former MasterChef and TV personality Sarah Todd, who guided them in preparing a menu of three Indian dishes that they will later cook for their guests. Sarah’s own mum was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was just 50, so she understands the impact of this disease and is keen to make more research possible. Her specialty cuisine is modern Indian, and she owns three restaurants in India.

If you are looking for a special activity that combines good food with good company and a good cause, then this is for you.

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