News, Events, News and Events • May 05, 2022

Vili’s Legacy Continues

Can:Do 4Kids will host a blindfolded dinner at the National Wine Centre on Friday, May 6 2022 to support an estimated 30,000 children in South Australia who are blind or deaf.

After a record-breaking event in 2021 raising over $120,000 for Can:Do 4Kids, this year’s event is set to be bigger and better than ever. Dinner in the Dark is a first of its kind in SA and Can:Do 4Kids’ signature fundraising event, designed to suppress the dominant sense of sight and lead guests into a world where they can re-evaluate the notions of taste and smell at a unique food and wine event.

Vili’s Family Bakery has signed on as the headline partner for the event. Josh Milisits, QA Officer, Vili’s Family Bakery, shares why:

“Our founder, my grandfather, Vili Milisits had a passion for helping people and making great tasting food, something he instilled into his family and every single person that worked for him. We are proud to continue his legacy through second and third generation family and the ever-evolving extended family we call Vili’s Family Bakery. It is our commitment to you to ensure our products taste the same now as they did years ago and that we continue to walk Vili’s path of community responsibility and that’s why partnering with local organisation Can:Do 4Kids for the Dinner in the Dark event is so important.”

Pictured: Vili’s grandson, Josh with the 2022 Dinner in the Dark special guest and Can:Do kid, Antony.

Each table will be hosted by an ambassador from a range of local wine partners who will lead guests through a four-course degustation menu uniquely created for Dinner in the Dark by the National Wine Centre’s head chef and expertly paired with matching wines.

The event would not be possible without the support of our amazing headline partner, Vili’s Family Bakery which continues Vili’s legacy of really making a difference for our local community.

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