More chains express support for Ukraine
This includes initiatives to help displaced job seekers.
A growing number of chains have expressed support for Ukraine through various campaigns.
Burger & Lobster announced plans to develop Hospitalityforall.co.uk with the aim of speeding up the recruitment process for refugees seeking work.
Hospitality businesses that have already signed up to the platform, which will launch mid–April, include Wahaca, Franco Manca, The Cinnamon Collection, Pizza Pilgrims, Goodman, Zelman Meats, Beast Restaurant, Sumi, Neyba and Miguel’s Pizza.
Pho will be giving away a one-of-a-kind Blue & Yellow "Red Card", granting free food and drinks for the cardholder and a friend for a year.
Customers can enter the contest by buying a £5 digital raffle ticket. 100% of the proceeds from the tickets bought will go directly to Action Against Hunger's fundraiser for Ukraine.
Chilango and Biff’s are teaming up to create a one-off plant-based Jackfruit Chilli Cheeze Fry Burrito which will be sold for three days only from 25th March at Chilango’s outlets in Islington and Manchester.
£1 from each sale, which will be matched by Chilango, will be donated to #CookForUkraine to raise funds for UNICEF UK’s Ukraine appeal.
I am Döner, meanwhile said it will donate 100% of our revenue from all three stores to the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.