Why not add some magic to your Lunch for Language by setting a theme? We’ve come up with a few ideas to get you thinking…. Make sure you take heaps of photos. We’d love to see what you come up with.

This is undoubtedly one of the easiest ways to host a Lunch for Language. The ever popular Aussie BBQ. Simply charge an amount for a sausage on bread and perhaps a little more for onions and cheese. You could even go real fancy and throw in some salad or sell cans of drinks to raise even more funds for children with language disorder.

How exciting! You can go around the world in one lunch time by sharing foods from across the globe or simply choose one country to celebrate. For example Mexico with yummy taco’s, nacho’s and maybe even a margarita or two!

Keeping in the theme of keeping things easy how about a pizza party? You can order them or make your own as a team building activity.

Who doesn’t love fondue? Why not hold a lunch from a favourite decade and encourage your guests to come dressed in clothes from that era?

Celebrate the end of winter by hosting a picnic lunch. Think sandwiches, salads, cookies, and iced tea. Just imagine a sunny day with the grass under your feet. Bliss!

Why not skip the main course and get to the best bit? Dessert! Desserts are often the favourites at any party. So, cut out the middle course and give the people what they want.

Choose any one colour to theme your lunch around. Another take on this theme, try two colours – like black and white.

Spring has sprung and it’s time to smell the roses. Spring is a delicious season for hosting a bright and lively lunch. Embrace your renewed love of the warm outdoors, and cravings for tasty finger foods and fruity or floral drinks with a hint of bubbles for fun.