Diners at London Steakhouse Company have raised more than £14,000 in the first year of its partnership with CLIC Sargent, simply by ordering a portion of fries with their meals.
London Steakhouse Company is donating 50p to the charity for every order of signature Handcut House Fries.
Since beginning the collaboration in July 2016, London Steakhouse Company has raised £14,028. The money raised so far could pay for a CLIC Sargent Nurse for 14 weeks, providing care and support at home so that families can avoid travel and stay together where possible.
James Ogilvie Robertson, co-owner of London Steakhouse Co., said: "We have chosen to fundraise for CLIC Sargent as they work tirelessly to support young people in their fight against cancer and limit the damage this causes beyond their health."
CLIC Sargent Account Manager Jemma Syms said: "We are hugely grateful for the support of London Steakhouse Co. and their diners.
“The money raised will help CLIC Sargent’s specialist care teams step in for these families, ready to help, support and guide.
"We know that 11 more children and young people are diagnosed every day and it is vital that we can be there for them, individually, locally and nationally. We rely entirely on donations for our work, so support like this is absolutely crucial.”
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London Steakhouse Co. consists of two of London’s finest steak restaurants. They are based in Chelsea, on the Kings Road and The City, just off Bishopsgate, in London. Visit their official website to find out more.