The Menu For Hope charity raffle has been extended through the weekend. The great news for us is that we've broken last year's record and raised over $80,000 for the UN World Food Programme.
But there's great news for you too.
There are a lot of fabulous prizes that have not been bid up heavily. In fact, there are dozens of prizes that at the moment present you with a 1 in 2 chance of winning! Our leader Pim has the lowdown on her site -- a list of all the prizes ranked by how many bids there are on each.
Think of this as a charity Blue Light Special. This is your chance to swoop in and for as little as $10, sneak off with something great from a food or wine blogger somewhere in the world.
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