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D&D London Raise £9220.05 For The Felix Project

Throughout January and February we partnerd with The Felix Project, and raised £9220.05 by adding £1 onto lunch time bills.

We also volunteered to help the depot team at The Felix Project on a number of days, by collecting surplus food from restaurants, supermarkets and temples and then redistrubuted to those in need.

We also raised awareness of unwanted food wastage in our restaurants by adding surplus ingredient dishes to our menus and donating a percentage of the proceeds to The Felix Project during our ‘Waste not, Want more’ campaign.

Quote from The Felix Project:

“What a meaningful campaign by D&D! We love how the whole D&D restaurant group got behind the Live Your Lunch Break campaign which generated enough funds for our food rescue work to provide over 30,000 healthy meals for vulnerable Londoners.”