An evening of amazing food accompanied by bar tunes was organised on June 24, by EGBOK (Everything’s Gonna Be OK). EGBOK is an international, non-profit organisation that provides practical training facilities with the addition of its very own training café Spoons. More than 50 friends and supporters of EGBOK and MAHOB turned up for the event and the music was provided by renowned DJ Amro Diaz from the Philippines. EGBOK students and alumni served wines sponsored by The Warehouse and Booloom Wines, and they shared the stories and aspirations of their career. The evening concluded with a lucky draw and the crowd danced into the night. The event raised $1,100 in support of EGBOK’s new school year, providing 40 underserved young adults with the opportunity to embark on hospitality careers. Photos supplied
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