Dilmah Chairman To Participate In Auckland City Mission's Annual Cook-Off Event

Published: Fri 7 Jun 2024 05:25 AM
Auckland, New Zealand  - Dilmah, a leading tea company known for their commitment to quality, authenticity, and ethical production, is proud to announce that its Chairman, Dilhan C. Fernando, will be participating in the Auckland City Mission's upcoming cook-off event.
This annual cook-off brings together business leaders and top chefs who will be giving back to the community. The event aims to raise awareness about the importance of fostering community, understanding, and support for those in need. Dilhan’s participation in the event underscores Dilmah's commitment to making a positive impact on society through its "Make the World a Better Tea" mission.
"At Dilmah, we believe in the power of tea to unite communities and create positive change," says Dilhan. "We're excited to participate in an event that shares our values of fostering togetherness and giving back.”
As part of Dilmah's ongoing commitment to making a positive difference in communities worldwide, the company recently donated a quarter of a million tea bags to the Auckland City Mission.
“The efforts of City Mission so closely parallel what we at Dilmah believe in. Kindness to people and nature is the heart and soul of our family business. I’m looking forward to participating and contributing to this event and sharing a cup of tea with the Auckland community,” Dilhan adds.
Auckland City Mission’s cook-off will take place on Monday, 10 June. During his visit to New Zealand, Dilhan invites media representatives to join him for a cup of kindness and discuss Dilmah's commitment to ethical tea production and the company's ongoing efforts to make a positive difference worldwide.

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