Belfast Tech Alliance Zoom Dinner
December 11 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Invite you to
A Zoom Wine Dinner to benefit the QUB Pathways Programme
Friday 11 December 7-8:30pm
James McDonald, Senior Winemaker, Hunter’s Wines, New Zealand/Aotearoa (Hunter’s Wines was established in 1979 by Belfast expats Ernie and Jane Hunter)
Mixologist Francis Schott, Stage Left, New Brunswick, NJ who will guide us in the creation of The Sidecar cocktail
Messages of support: Ian Greer, VC Queen’s University Belfast, Secretary Hillary Clinton, Chancellor QUB
The Belfast Tech Alliance has set a fundraising target of £10,000 to go towards the transformative QUB Pathway Opportunity Programme which provides pre-entry and post-entry academic support plus an annual bursary for entirety of degree course for students who are financially-stretched.
Since 2018, Vice-Chancellor Ian Greer has expanded the Pathways Programme from 12 to 105 students.
The Community Foundation NI has agreed to match our fund once we reach the £10k target, providing a £20k fillip to this vital fund.
The monies raised from our Zoom Wine Dinner will go to bursaries for students studying for a degree in tech.
Starter: Denis & Louise Murphy, Anaeko
Entrée: Danny Moore, Options Technology
Dessert Sponsor: Jerry & Leslie Hanweck, New York
Cocktail Sponsor: Hennessy
Maitre d’ sponsor: Mark McCormack, Aflac Northern Ireland