Staff from Mowgli Street Food came down to Maggie’s this month to celebrate reaching £25,000 raised for the Centre since November last year.
The Indian Street Food restaurant in the Corn Exchange in Manchester was set up by TV chef, food writer and ex-barrister Nisha Katona.
She chose Maggie’s as their House Charity having been given a box of kale grown in our garden and the restaurant has been passionately raising funds and awareness for us ever since through inviting satisfied customers to give an extra £1 on their bill for the Centre.
Nick, Business Development Manager at the restaurant said:
We think of Mowgli street food as a home from home and that’s why the relationship with Maggie’s is a perfect fit. We’re honoured to support such a special place and the cakes are amazing!
The delicious coffee and walnut cake was kindly made by our volunteer Hilary and decorated by volunteer Sue. Hilary said:
People who visit Maggie’s talk of the love and compassion they find here as being almost tangible. Offering whatever we can to help Maggie’s go from strength to strength seems to me to embody that love.
We’re so grateful to the many local businesses who support us including Pochins, Silva Timber and Holts Brewery. If you would like to support us through your business, please contact our Centre Fundraiser, Jemma Halman.