Fine Wine and Art Dinner

Our first-ever virtual Fine Wine and Art Dinner took place on Saturday 5 December 2020.

We’re delighted to announce that our first ever virtual Fine Wine and Art Dinner raised an incredible £251,665.

Streamed live from 1 Lombard Street, we raised an incredible £135,800 from the live auction, with generous supporters bidding on prizes donated by our wonderful chef supporters, including Tom Kerridge, Claude Bosi, Tom Brown and Ken Hom.

A huge thank you to everyone who joined us for the live event, bid in our online auction, purchased a hamper and donated a prize. We’d also like to thank our committee who made this event possible:

  • Adam Gahlin
  • Angela Hartnett MBE
  • Bill Knott (Food and drink writer)
  • David Gleave MW (MD, Liberty Wines Ltd.)
  • James Chase (Head Ambassador, Chase Distillery)
  • Mark Hix MBE
  • Peter Nagle
  • Richard Hodsden (CFO, Dabbl)
  • Robin Hutson (Chairman and CEO, Lime Wood Group and Home Grown Hotels)
  • Sam Hainsworth
  • Soren Jessen (Restaurateur, Jessen & Co.)

About the Fine Wine and Art Dinner

The Fine Wine and Art Dinner is Action Against Hunger’s annual flagship event. Guests have the opportunity to win one-of-a-kind prizes while enjoying a bespoke four course meal created by the evenings chefs. Previous chefs have included Angela Hartnett, Tom Kerridge, Raymond Blanc and Heston Blumenthal.

Now entering its 14th year, the Fine Wine and Art Dinner has so far raised a fantastic £3.6 million for our work providing life-saving treatment to children around the world.

How your support makes a difference

Because of your generosity, we’re able to reach thousands more children around the world suffering from life-threatening hunger. On the night, we shared the story of a little girl from Somalia called Halima and her remarkable recovery.

Halima and her mother Fatuma in Somalia. Halima recovered from life-threatening malnutrition thanks to the support of Action Against Hunger.

It takes just six weeks to save the life of a severely malnourished child and nurse them back to health.

Read Halima’s story