The Action against Hunger charity event will be held on Saturday 22 July at the Borough Market. This annual charity event in its sixth year is known for bringing together some of the biggest names in the UK restaurant and catering scene. This year, event goers can expect to be wowed by the presence and participation of Anna Hansen, Nieves Barragan Mohacho, James Lowe, Adam Handling and Chantelle Nicholson. Restaurants also expected to grace the event include The Begging Bowl, Breddos Tacos, SMOKESTALK, Luca and Hakkasan.
Tickets will cost $60 per person and will include seven dishes, five drinks and unlimited snacks. Longtime supporters of the event, Champagne Tattinger will host the Tattinger Time; a game where participants can win a glass or bottle of magnum. On top of that, guests will bid on the best food and drink experiences the country has to offer in a live auction hosted by Tom Best, Christie’s youngest auctioneer ever. The event has been a raging success over the years, raising millions of pounds for Action against Hunger.
Action against Hunger is a global charity organization that takes decisive action against hunger; its causes and effects. With more than 8000 staff members, the organization has served more than 14.7 million people in over 50 countries. Action against Hunger has been on existence for more than 40 years and in this time has developed a strategy to combat hunger and its effects through fundraising.
Funds raised from various sources around the world including Auction against Hunger are channeled towards the fight against hunger and malnutrition, providing the infrastructure needed for clean water, provide the necessary medical intervention to prevent killer infectious diseases that are often a consequence of hunger and starvation and most importantly to plan and implement programs that are designed to aid the communities the organization works with provide for themselves.
The result is communities that are stronger and better able to raise strong children These children don’t have to worry about starvation or access to clean water and are therefore are more likely to stay in school and have a better life. Action against Hunger will also share the knowledge they have gathered to ensure communities they come into contact with re left stronger an able to provide for their needs.
The organization relies completely on the generosity of well-wishers and events like Auction for Hunger. Attendees will not just get the chance to brush shoulders with some of the biggest names in the UK restaurant industry, but also give to a good cause; one that positively impacts the lives of so many.
You can find more information about Action against Hunger on the organization’s website. Tickets to the Auction against Hunger event can be purchased here until 19th June.