Host Friends or Family for a Chance to Win

Breaking Bread Events, with their unique and life-affirming combination of food, friends and fundraising, have formed a vital part of our grassroots support. Our Chapters and donors have helped us raise over $8.5 million to support Afghan women and girls since our inception in 1998. The large majority of our donations come from individual donors with ongoing support from all of our chapter members and volunteers. #breakbread

Why Host a Breaking Bread?

The Breaking Bread fundraising activities are one of CW4WAfghan’s most important sources of revenue that ensure we can continue to run high quality programs. As we gain confidence in gathering once again, we are sharing ideas for you to gather to break bread together and raise funds to support our programs – and we have a prize you can enter to win!

Breaking Bread is a social experience, which we all crave after these challenging times. This means you share your passion for CW4WAfghan’s work with others while gathering to share a meal, coffee or tea.

Submit the form below for a chance to win a copy of Parwana,
Recipes and Stories from an Afghan Kitchen

Enter to win: Invite family or friends for a meal. Ask everyone to make a contribution to support CW4WAfghan programs. Have them donate the money directly with the name of your event, ie Jones gathering, in the message or make the donation on behalf of your group. If you and your guests are happy to share pictures and/or a summary of your event with us, get an extra entry to win. 

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Food Brings Us Together

Breaking Bread is an indispensible expression of Afghan identity. 

Afghanistan lies on the ancient slik road, where goods, ideas and philosophies were traded, building a rich history.

Durkhanai makes Chaat Masala in her Adelaide kitchen, and you can too!

Learn what you need to make this spice blend, which foods the spice blend will enhance the flavour of, and then enjoy!

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