Holding Redlich partners cook up a storm for OzHarvest

03 April 18 - Media Release

Five partners from national law firm Holding Redlich have donned their aprons and spent an evening chopping, cooking and serving a variety of dishes – all for a good cause.

Partners Ian Robertson, Stephen Trew, Helena Golovanoff, Breellen Warry and Cameron Sheather took part in the OzHarvest CEO Cookoff event which aims to raise funds and boost awareness about food security, homelessness and youth in crisis.

The annual event brings together top chefs, CEOs, managing directors, senior business leaders and staff from leading companies to help raise funds.

The Holding Redlich team raised $23,768, contributing to the $2,073,529 raised so far by the CEO Cookoff event - which equates to 4,147,058 meals.

It was the second time that Holding Redlich’s National Managing Partner Ian Robertson has taken part in the event.

“It was a wonderful evening where we joined together as a team to create some delicious dishes under the guidance of Bistro Rex chefs Michelle Powell and Jo Ward,” Ian said.

Ian said OzHarvest is making a real impact on the lives of some of society’s most vulnerable, and also in reducing the amount of food that is wasted, ending up in landfill.

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