We are immensely proud to amplify the charitable initiatives that have come from our retailers, and the real sense community in a time of adversity.
Dominique Ansel Bakery home of the cronut is generously offering a free hot drink of tea or coffee to key workers as a token of appreciation and support in this time. They are also engaging in the #FeedTheNHS campaign, completing local hospital drops and ask that you reach out to them via their Instagram channel, is you are a local NHS, police or emergency services worker.
The Light Centre
Unlimited classes for NHS workers
At a time where key NHS workers are being asked to work tirelessly under exceptional circumstances. The Light Centre is now hosting online pilates, yoga, meditation and mindfulness classes and is offering unlimited free classes to NHS workers to help take care of their mental and physical wellbeing at a time when there is a particular strain on healthcare workers and emphasis on caring for the nation during this crisis.
If you are an NHS worker, or if you know of any NHS workers that would like to make use of the free classes do pass the message on. Sign up to the offer by emailing email@example.com and the Light Centre will request proof that you work in the NHS.
On Sunday 29 March, though the London Marathon was cancelled, Barry’s Bootcamp took the opportunity to host their very own Barrython a twelve hour virtual workout which took place from 8am to 8pm with 24 live classes and 25 trainers hosting half hour intensive sessions for their dedicated Barry’s community.
The Barrython was created to raise money for NHS charities, those who took part in the Barrython experience were asked to donate a little or a lot to help the NHS. The event was an incredible success and has raised a whopping £35,693.07 over three times their target.
An absolutely incredible feat, a real testament to the the Barry’s community.
The Jones Family Kitchen
For anyone dreaming about their next meal out after social distancing is no more, invest in your next meal now and see that money go to charity. Famed for their succulent steaks, and delicious cocktails The Jones Family Kitchen have announced that 10% of proceeds from all gift vouchers purchased will generously be donated to local hospital staff.
Pizza Pilgrims are offering 50% off to NHS staff who purchase their pizzas. They have been raising spirits and filling stomachs of incredible NHS workers with their quirky phrase ‘ricotta get through this’ accompanying pizza drops to local hospitals. Be sure to check out the Pizza Pilgrims Instagram channel to see how to make dough, from home.
Bringing a touch of Greece to Elizabeth Street, The Athenian who serve up a delicious traditional souvlaki from their Belgravia restaurant have offered 50% off any orders over £50 via City Pantry to any NHS hospital, surgery, clinic or care home. Keep an eye on their Instagram channel to learn some live cooking class tricks such as courgette fritters and tzatziki.
Staff from The Hari hotel are utilising their time to help the Belgravia community. The team are offering their time to help with pharmacy, food and shopping deliveries. If you happen to require some extra assistance, you can contact The Hari on:
+44 (0)20 7858 0100
British Designer and scarf atelier Alba Amicorum is donating 20% of sales from its Darshana-Shilpi-Rouget collection directly to helping its community of artists and small businesses who have lost income due to the pandemic.
Muse by Tom Aikens
Tom Aikens, Michelin star chef and owner of Muse in Belgravia has launched a 5 minute cookery challenge, raising awareness and funds for #hospitalityagainsthomelessness. The aim is to cook food in 5 mnutes, donate £5 to charity Only a pavement away and to then nominate a further 5 people to participate in the challenge.
Private Dining Club Mosimann’s, is a family run business headed up by Anton Mosimann OBE and based in Belgravia. The fine dining club have generously donated and delivered over 450 meals to help to feed the NHS.
The Antique fireplace brand based on Pimlico Road held a one week auction in aid of the charity Shelter. Jamb selected 10 mantles to be auctioned off for the charity, which helps people who are struggling with bad housing and homelessness. All proceeds from the auction were donated to the charity, which raised £7k.