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 - Jeremy Dixon
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Jeremy ‘Dicko the deepfryer’ Dixon, CEO - Isaac Construction Ltd.
What is your cooking experience? After last years “Plate Up for a Purpose” event, a lot better than it was previously!
What is your signature dish? I would call it “below average”
Why are you putting yourself on the line? I was part of the event last year and saw the positive impact that the community can have, when it comes together, in raising funds for a great cause. I was apprehensive about doing it again as I would be asking for support from the same people as last time and given the events of this past year did not want to be putting pressure on people again. However, after a bit of reflection I realised that times like this is when causes like Plate Up need even more support from community as their normal funding streams dry up fast. Also, the demand for the back to school support will be even greater this year due to tougher economic times. Anything I can do to help promote the cause is well worth it.
Jeremy Dixon'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.