Restaurants curry favour to boost charity

15 September 2005
Restaurants curry favour to boost charity

Charity Scope wants restaurants that sell curry to serve up some good karma with their kormas in October and help raise at least 500,000 for disabled children and their families.

The organisation for the disabled is looking for volunteers to take part in its fundraising Scope Curry Week between 14 and 23 October

The charity, for people with cerebral palsy, plans to cash in on Britain's curry-loving culture by providing pledge envelopes for restaurants to leave on the table at the end of a meal.

Any establishments that serve curry, including Chinese restaurants, pubs and cafs, are welcome to join in.

For more details, visit, or call 020 7619 7334.

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