Feed Our Frontline
In the very early days of Covid, Brandon Stephens Tortilla, Ed Standring The Hush Collection, Neil Sebba Tossed, Paul Hopper Hop Vietnamese got together a coalition of operators to deliver meals to the NHS teams working in hospitals. These teams were working at full tilt and didn’t have access to fresh food during their shifts - they were literally grabbing hold of any food they could, and it certainly wasn’t fresh or nutritious. They wanted to move really quickly to sort out the situation and set up Feed Our Frontline in the blink of an eye.
Eventually Feed Our Frontline became part of a bigger hospitality movement with Feed NHS, Leon, meal force and Baxter Story who all provided meals for the frontline workers in the NHS. By the end of the project, Feed Our Frontline had delivered over 300,000 meals into 30 hospitals.
Haché Burger Collaborations
Haché’s attention to quality ingredients and comfortable, warm environments has always had a strong appeal for their female customers – markedly different from the ‘dude food’ dirty burger movement.
To reflect this ethos and to help promote some of the leading talent of the UK food scene, Haché has teamed up with female chefs to create iconic limited-edition burgers. £1 from the sale of each is donated to a charity of the chef’s choice.
Haché has been privileged to team up with a number of brilliant female chefs including Sabrina Ghayour, Olia Hercules, Zoe Adjonyoh, Benjamina Ebuehi, Chantelle Nicholson, Laura Sheffield, Mandy Yin, Asma Khan and Anna Hansen.
Their limited-edition burger creations have raised over six thousand pounds for their chosen charities, which include Action Against Hunger, KickStart Ghana, Luminary Bakery and School Food Matters.
Only A Pavement Away
Only A Pavement Away is a charity founded by representatives from the hospitality industry who believe that everyone deserves the chance to find and forge a career. Their aim is to act as a conduit to employment to help those people struggling to get into work, overcome hurdles by finding jobs within the hospitality, pub and restaurant industry, whilst negating the need for people to face an existence of living on the streets.
Outside of the moral benefits, the project is underpinned by a strong commercial and financial benefit to the hospitality, pub & restaurant industry whilst reducing the ever-increasing strain on government funding required for those who find themselves in such extreme circumstances.