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Restaurant Property Continues to Take Action Against Hunger

With food literally being our bread and butter, we have always wanted to take an active part in helping people around the world, which is why we are an enthusiastic supporter of Action Against Hunger.

Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian organisation committed to ending world hunger.

Founded in 1979, Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian organisation committed to ending world hunger. Through hard work and an inspiring dedication to some of the most in-need people, Action Against Hunger has led the global fight against starvation, across nearly 50 countries.

Its work includes giving Syrian refugees access to food and clean water and providing essential treatment to children in Somalia and Yemen, to name but a few of their endeavours. 

A world free from hunger

Their aim? They want a world free from hunger. The organisation works by enabling people to provide themselves, following the proverb of “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; show him how to catch fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.” Action Against Hunger constantly looks for more effective solutions, whilst ultimately pushing for long-term change. This is something that we at Restaurant Property are strongly behind.

As a result, when we help a client find their ideal properties, we give them the opportunity to donate £50 to Action Against Hunger with each invoice.  Some of our clients that took us up on the chance to make valued donations include Byron, Prezzo, Roka and Be At One.

Earlier this year, we were very proud to have raised £3,300 for Action Against Hunger, further strengthening our long-term partnership with the organisation. David Rawlinson, Founding Director of Restaurant Property, said, “I want to thank our clients for their generosity to this life-changing charity and we look forward to continuing our partnership with Action Against Hunger.

Our goal is to double the amount of money raised next year!” “From our position at the centre of the restaurant trade, we hope to see the wider food and hospitality industry’s support and good work for Action Against Hunger continue to grow.”

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