Help Chilli Cake help your local Hospice
A local family business are pledging their support to Alice House Hospice. Chilli Cake, a popular restaurant based in Church Square, owned and managed by Julie Evans and Richard Stoker are offering a child’s meal for £1 when an adult eats from the evening menu, with the money from children’s meals being donated to Alice House.
“We would like to say thank you to all our customers for their warmth towards Alice House; hospice care is really important to the local communities and one that we are very passionate about and proud to support.”
Julie from Chilli Cake
Further to this, the business are planning on taking part in the Hospice’s Extra Help Scheme, which is due to be launched in April, where companies will invite their customers or clients to pay an extra £1 on their bill and that extra £1 will be donated to Alice House.
Chilli Cake will also be joining in with Alice House’s annual Purple Week starting on 13 April, where businesses, groups and individuals from all across the area will be raising funds and awareness for patient care, themed around the charity’s brand colours.
Greg Hildreth, a fundraiser at Alice House said “It’s great to have the support of the staff and customers at Chilli Cake and we really appreciate all of their great ideas and generosity. The support of local business is a vital part of our fundraising and goes a long way to ensuring that Hospice patients and their families can continue to get the care that they need.”
Julie from Chilli Cake added “We would like to say thank you to all our customers for their warmth towards Alice House; hospice care is really important to the local communities and one that we are very passionate about and proud to support.”
To find out more about how your business or workplace can support Alice House or get involved with Purple Week, you can contact Greg on
Telephone 01429 855529
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