There’s a competition on the horizon called ‘Sugar and Spice and all things nice’ but unlike most competitions that you will find being trumpeted on food blogs this is not one whose ultimate goal is commercial / brand awareness / promotion of products etc. this one is for The Hope Foundation Charity.
The competition is being run in order to launch a project called eat4streetkids which is a really clever initiative. The idea is that when you eat out in participating restaurants you can opt in to paying an additional .50c onto your drink or bill with that donation going to the eat4streetkids project. Restaurants also have an option of choosing to donate .50c for each picture a customer puts onto facebook or twitter using #eat4street and mentioning the restaurant. Clever? I think so.
For details on the Sugar & Spice competition please see the poster below and you can click on www.eat4streetkids.com to visit the dedicated website:
‘HOPE is dedicated to promoting the protection of street & slum children primarily in Kolkata (Calcutta), and the most underprivileged in India, to promote immediate and lasting change in their lives.’
‘Til next time, Sheila.