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Partnering with Hospitality Action

We are pleased to announce that for the month of July, D&D London will be partnering with Hospitality Action, who work to support hospitality workers in vulnerable or challenging positions.

We will be working to raise awareness for the charity, as well as hosting exciting events and competitions, all in support of Hospitality Action.

We will also be adding a discretionary £1 to your bill when you dine with us which will go directly to Hospitality Action, supporting the work that they do to offer advice, support and assistance to those in need.

About Hospitality Action

Behind their smiles and slick service, hospitality workers can fall upon hard times just like anybody else. Ours can be a stressful industry, with long hours, high pressure environments and physically demanding work.

Hospitality Action have assisted hospitality people for over 185 years. They were one of the first UK charities to mount an emergency response to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. As the pandemic unfolded their response continually evolved to lessen the financial and mental health impact on the most vulnerable people in our industry. Since the on-set of the pandemic Hospitality Action have been able to assist some 7,000 hospitality households with nearly £2.5million in grants. All told they now provide a safety net for more than 170,000 UK hospitality workers and their families.

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