A hundred pizzas give charity group a slice of the action
A CAMDEN charity enjoyed free pizzas aplenty at its latest event, courtesy of its local Domino s. The Chalk Farm takeaway donated 100 large pizzas to a fundraising event for Camden charity Castlehaven, which provides shelter and activities outside the ho
A CAMDEN charity enjoyed free pizzas aplenty at its latest event, courtesy of its local Domino's.
The Chalk Farm takeaway donated 100 large pizzas to a fundraising event for Camden charity Castlehaven, which provides shelter and activities outside the home for both young and old.
Khaled Erori, from the Domino's Pizza franchise, said: "We do all we can to help out in our local community, so when we received a call asking for pizzas to be sent to this event, we were more than happy to deliver."
The fundraising event raised nearly �7,000 for Castlehaven.
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Another local business has also been backing charity this month.
Lucy Robertson, who runs a mobile beauty-therapy business in Hampstead, is donating 10 per cent of her spray-tan profits to the British Skin Foundation's Skin Cancer Appeal until the end of the month.
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