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Support Action Against Hunger with Red Carnation

 
 

Red Carnation is committed to improving the lives of millions in poverty around the world.

 

Red Carnation is committed to improving the lives of millions in poverty around the world. We make a difference through partnerships with a number of local and global charitable organisations. One of our incredible partners, Action Against Hunger, relieves the suffering of children across the globe.

Action Against Hunger saves the lives of malnourished children and ensures that everyone can access clean water, food, training and healthcare, enabling entire communities to be free from hunger. They have led the global fight against hunger for almost 40 years, across nearly 50 countries. Aiming to free the world from hunger, they push for long-term change, searching for effective solutions to the problem. Working with communities before and after disaster strikes, they enable people to provide for themselves, see their children grow up strong, and build prosperous communities. 

Red Carnation’s London and Guernsey restaurants are supporting Action Against Hunger’s Love Food Give Food campaign throughout October by encouraging non-resident guests to include a £1 donation on their bill. Enjoy a memorable meal and make it more meaningful by contributing to Action Against Hunger’s much-needed mission.

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You can support Action Against Hunger's lifesaving work and help treat help malnourished children around the world. 

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