Weʼre raising £3,330 to cook 1,800 meals for people across Nottingham facing a food crisis, including children, the elderly, the vulnerable, and the homeless.
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50,000 people face a food crisis in Nottingham
Every day in our community there are parents unable to feed their children, elderly people living in fear, wondering where their next meal is coming from, the homeless unable to access food or shelter and the vulnerable unable to care for themselves without anyone able to go in and support them.
Covid-19 caused our industry to collapse, preventing us from opening for months, but we're fighting back by volunteering our time and kitchen to cook meals for those in need across our community.
We're not alone either, there are many kitchens across the UK working for free to feed their community as part of the Open Kitchens initiative. You can show your support by visiting the Open Kitchens website and help spread the word by following Open Kitchens on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & LinkedIn.
Thank you to everyone who has donated so far, your kindness and generosity is making a huge difference to many people in our community every day!
We can't wait to see you again on the other side, but for now, and more than ever we need to come together, so please dig deep and donate to help feed those in need.
Caribé Restaurant team
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Caribé Restaurant is a Caribbean restaurant in Nottingham city centre. We're volunteering to use our kitchen to cook for the most vulnerable in our community throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.