Taking business leaders out of their boardrooms and into their community to raise crucial funds for the Mission’s Back to School programme.
Bayleys Plate up for a Purpose - Caroline Harvie-Teare
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Caroline ‘It's all Gouda’ Harvie-Teare, Chief Executive – Vbase.
What is your cooking experience? I like to cook and to bake but my prowess is limited to an in home capability …. with a noted increasing dependency on Uber Eats as time goes by.
What is your signature dish? I make a pretty consistent banana cake, predominantly for the annual children’s birthday cake creation and a tasty (but with the propensity for a little too exuberant of an application of cayenne pepper and red curry paste) red lentil curry.
Why are you putting yourself on the line? If I can in some way make a contribution to supporting the City Mission in making sure every child in our community has the same opportunity as the other I absolutely will. We all have a role to play in supporting the more vulnerable members of our community and I just hope that this wonderful event makes a real difference to many. There are too many times we tell ourselves we wish we could do something to make a difference but we just don’t know how. I couldn’t be more grateful to the City Mission for creating this opportunity for all of us involved.
Caroline Harvie-Teare's involvement (page creator)
The Christchurch City Mission runs 13 services including the Back to School programme, emergency foodbank, separate men's and women's emergency night shelters, addiction counselling, men's and women's day programmes.
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This page was created on 14 Oct 2020 and closes on 7 Mar 2021.