Charity

“We make a living by what we get but we make a life by what we give” Winston Churchill

At every supper club, a percentage of all ticket sales are donated to charity.   Read the list below of the fantastic charities we support that our supper club guests have helped us to raise funds for. A huge thank you to everyone who has helped to contribute to such great causes..
Narayan Seva  has been working for the “service of suffering humanity” and renders its services to physically, economically and socially needy people. The organization helps the physically challenged, especially the polio afflicted and those born with disabilities. The help is not only medical, but goes beyond it to ensure that the people are made self-dependent via employment. Since September 2010 (when we first opened our doors to the foodies of Manchester), we are delighted to announce that you, our amazing guests, have helped raise over £2000 for this wonderful charity!
Find Your Feet is a wonderful organisation that works in some of the most remote areas of India, Nepal, Malawi and Zimbabwe. They enable poor rural families to grow enough food so they don’t have to go hungry, to strengthen their voice so they can speak out against injustice and to earn enough money so they can find their feet.
FRANK Water works with partners to increase access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene, helping close the loop that is critical to health and well-being. FRANK Water devotes its energy to reaching marginalised communities where their work can have maximum impact. Since 2005, FRANK Water has funded safe water and good quality sanitation for more than a quarter of a million people across 128 communities.
Mustard Tree runs a range of projects, all with the aim of providing support and working towards long-term solutions for the homeless and marginalised across Greater Manchester.  Some projects are focused on improving skills, some on encouraging social interaction and others that try to tackle some of the personal root causes of destructive behaviour.
The Akshaya Patra Foundation feeds over 1.4 million school children every day across 10 states in India. Driven by their vision, where no child should be deprived of education because of hunger, the Foundation aims to feed 5 million children by 2020. Providing a nutritious and filling meal every school lunchtime increases enrollment, attendance and improves concentration in class, enabling India’s poorest children to gain an education and lift themselves and their families out of poverty.

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