Dine out and give back this Wednesday at Birdie's (pictured) or The Sugar Club. Picture / Supplied

Delicious Ways to Give Back This International Women's Day

Sip on rosé or cocktails and give back to a worthy cause at the same time

Birdie’s is celebrating International Women’s Day by supporting the charity Dress for Success. Purchase a glass of Villa Maria rosé and pay what you think it’s worth — keeping in mind all proceeds will be donated to the charity.

Birdie's has teamed up with Dress For Success to celebrate International Women's Day. Picture / Supplied

Villa Maria has donated the Cellar Selection Rosé for the event, and for the rest of the month, 50 cents from each glass sold will go to Dress for Success. Plus, there will be a drop-off point for any extra workwear you’d like to pass on.

• Birdie’s, Thursday March 8, Sylvia Park, 286 Mt Wellington Highway. Visit Birdiesallday.co.nz

The Sugar Club will be hosting a fundraiser to support the New Zealand Police and Otara Blue Light’s crime prevention programme Te Huringa o te tai o nga Wahine (Turning of the Tide for Girls).

The Sugar Club restaurant at Skycity. Picture / Babiche Martens

Guests will enjoy a delicious spread of canapes and drinks in the company of a special guest, Governor General Dame Patsy Reddy, and the night will be emceed by broadcaster Carol Hirschfeld.

• The Sugar Club, Thursday March 8, 6.30pm. Tickets $150, to book call 09 363 6365 or email enquiries@thesugarclub.co.nz

Sarah and Rose of The Bread and Butter Letter. Picture / Supplied

The Bread and Butter Letter are hosting a breakfast complete with treats from Doornuts and Holm Coffee. They'll have special deals, lively chit-chat, and it would also be a perfect time to pick up one of their cute charity pins, the proceeds from which go towards Look Good Feel Better

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• The Bread and Butter Letter, 225 Karangahape Rd. Thursday March 8, 9am-11am. Visit Breadandbutterletter.co.nz

For more ways to celebrate International Women's Day, visit Unwomen.org.nz

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