Eat Steak, Fight Hunger
Little Bay is offering its customers the chance to help fight child hunger by eating rib-eye steak this month.
The London-based chain has signed up to Action Against Hunger’s Fight Hunger/Eat Out initiative, which aims to allow food-lovers to enjoy a meal out while helping to raise funds to help feed families living in the world’s poorest countries.
For the whole of October, Little Bay is giving its customers the option of ordering a designated Fight Hunger/Eat Out dish, with a percentage of the proceeds going to Action Against Hunger. Diners will also be able to collect limited-edition postcards by five of the country’s top contemporary artists, including Tracey Emin, Sam Taylor-Wood, Georgina Starr, Bob & Roberta Smith and Peter Blake.
Peter Ilic, owner of Little Bay restaurants, says: “You can help us make a real difference by contributing to Action Against Hunger by choosing our rib-eye steak. Together we can work towards a hunger-free world, where everybody has enough to eat and access to safe drinking water.”
Hundreds of restaurants have signed up to the Fight Hunger/Eat Out campaign, which has been championed by a number of high-profile chefs including Raymond Blanc, Antonio Carluccio, Michel Roux Jr and Giorgio Locatelli.
Action Against Hunger is an international humanitarian organisation, committed to ending hunger. Each year, Action Against Hunger helps over 4 million people. £1 can help a farmer produce enough rice to feed his family for four days; £10 can buy a market gardening kit including seeds, tools and fertiliser; £36 can buy a month’s complete home treatment for a severely malnourished child; and £360 can buy 10 manual surface pumps to improve communities’ access to water.
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