Award-winning Kushi restaurant sets up initiative to help fundraisers
- Credit: Avocado Media
An award-winning chain of Indian restaurants has announced its latest initiative aimed at benefitting Havering charities.
Kushi restaurant, which has a branch in Gidea Park, is inviting anyone looking to hold a charity dinner to dine with them.
The offer will see Kushi’s three-course menu offered at a subsided cost of £15 per person, which can be charged to each guest for the suggested price of £25.
Sharif decided to launch this initiative to make up for the many charity events which were cancelled amid the pandemic.
He said: “Staff at Kushi branches are always on hand to help organise a successful event.
You may also want to watch:
“All organisers have to do is invite the guests, arrange raffle prizes, write their speeches – and have a good time.”
Kushi restaurants will also feed homeless people at Christmas as part of the nationwide One Million Meals campaign.
- 1 Four people taken to hospital after Romford town centre incident
- 2 East London police officer charged with rape
- 3 Mapped: Possession of weapons across east London
- 4 Brentwood deaths: Teen charged with double murder to appear in court
- 5 Mourners to host vigil in Harold Hill park for lost teenage boys
- 6 ATMs to be reinstalled in shopping mall in 'more prominent location'
- 7 Romford location ‘encapsulates Britain’ in soon to premiere horror movie
- 8 Upminster chef named best in the country with award
- 9 Nurse pulls man from burning car after Romford crash
- 10 Liverpool Street to Shenfield line suspended as person hit by train