At Home - Dinner and dance party with my friends, Victoria Robinson, NSW

In 2015 Victoria (8yrs) hosted her own Dine at Mine. Victoria was diagnosed with a brain tumour at age 3. Victoria and her family’s lives continue to be a roller coaster ride, but thankfully Victoria’s most recent scan showed her tumour has started to reduce again, which is a blessing for their family. We asked Victoria to tell us about her Dine at Mine in 2015.

“I had my friends over for dinner with a dance party. Some of my friends did jobs at home to raise the money to donate to Camp Quality.” – Victoria Robinson


VictoriaRobinson_athome_dineanddish_480x480In 2015 Victoria (8yrs) hosted her own Dine at Mine. Victoria was diagnosed with a brain tumour at age 3. Victoria and her family’s lives continue to be a roller coaster ride, but thankfully Victoria’s most recent scan showed her tumour has started to reduce again, which is a blessing for their family. We asked Victoria to tell us about her Dine at Mine in 2015.

What did you do for your Dine at Mine in 2015?

I had my friends over for dinner with a dance party. Some of my friends did jobs at home to raise the money to donate to Camp Quality.

What did you like best about hosting a Dine at Mine?

I enjoyed fun times with my friends and making the food for dinner.

Why do you think it’s important for other people to host a Dine at Mine?

It is important because then kids can have fun rather than being in hospital. And at camps you have the opportunity to tell your story if you want to, and you can do fun activities. I think others should do a Dine at Mine because you can have fun with your friends and you can raise money to help kids like me who have cancer.

Will you be hosting again in 2016?

Yes, I want to help make more opportunities for children who have cancer to go to Camp Quality events.


Dine at Mine
Dine at Mine