Global lifestyle company Hakkasan Group launched a worldwide charitable contribution campaign supporting Action Against Hunger, the world’s hunger specialist and leader in a global movement that aims to end life-threatening hunger for good within our lifetimes. The new initiative will help to treat and prevent hunger in almost 50 countries, demonstrating the hospitality company’s commitment to empowering the global community by engaging employees and guests through continued social responsibility efforts.
Through the holiday season from November 1 to December 31, 2019, guests will be able to add donations on their receipts when dining at restaurants across Hakkasan Group’s portfolio, including the award-winning Cantonese restaurant brand Hakkasan, modern Japanese eatery Sake no Hana and beachside concept Herringbone. All guest donations will go to Action Against Hunger.
“We are honored to join Action Against Hunger in the battle against world hunger,” says Grant MacPherson, senior vice president of food & beverage. “As we enter the festive season, it is more important than ever to remember that access to nutritious food is not a luxury, but a basic human right and necessity. Through this campaign, we hope to give back to the global community and make a positive change in the world through collective action.”
“Action Against Hunger is thrilled to have Hakkasan Group’s support. Together, we can help more children have a brighter future,” said Action Against Hunger’s CEO, Dr. Charles Owubah.
The Hakkasan Group restaurants participating in this charitable campaign include:
Hanway Place, London, United Kingdom
Mayfair, London, United Kingdom
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Miami, Florida, USA
New York, New York, USA
San Francisco, California, USA
Soho, London, United Kingdom
City, London, United Kingdom
Houston, Texas, USA
Sake no Hana
London, United Kingdom
Waikiki, Hawaii, USA
Santa Monica, California, USA
La Jolla, California, USA
San Diego, California, USA
Las Vegas, California, USA
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