‘Soulfood’ wine tasting

Photo: supplied Gearing up for ‘Time for Wine’ on Wednesday, 27 July (from left): Jacqui Itopoulos, The Quintessential Group director, Liesl Kriegisch, The Robin Hood Foundation trustee, Kim Griffith Jones, The Robin Hood Foundation co-ordinatorand Gareth Evans ops manager at O&O Café, Westville.
Photo: supplied Gearing up for ‘Time for Wine’ on Wednesday, 27 July (from left): Jacqui Itopoulos, The Quintessential Group director, Liesl Kriegisch, The Robin Hood Foundation trustee, Kim Griffith Jones, The Robin Hood Foundation co-ordinatorand Gareth Evans ops manager at O&O Café, Westville.

THE Quintessential Group, in conjunction with The Robin Hood Foundation, are hosting a wine tasting evening on 27 July at the Westville Country club to help raise funds for Robin Hood’s winter warmth campaign, “Soulfood”.

With live music by local songbird Amy White, a live auction, a fantastic selection of wine estates as well as delicious array of snacks AND goodie bags for guests, this is set to be an amazing evening for guests!

Kim Griffith Jones, co-ordinator for the Robin Hood Foundation said: “Our Soulfood campaign is planned for August in which we endeavour to host two soup kitchens, one in Ntshongweni and one in Shongweni, to feed and take gogo bags filled with non-perishable food aswell as beanies, blankets and scarves to over 1 000 people in these needy communities - as highlighted by the Christian Social Services. We are appealing to our community to get involved and support this event or collect and donate non-perishable food items or winter woolies.” - Supplied.

To find out more about
Robin Hood’s ‘Soulfood’ campaign or for tickets for ‘Time for Wine’ email

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