Beverley Street Angels were given a cash boost after they benefited from an incentive run by the Kings Head Hotel in Beverley.
During a three month period the Kings Head Hotel donated 50p for each and every burger sold at the Saturday Market venue to the Beverley Street Angels charity.
In all, thanks to the generosity of the Kings Head Hotel a grand total of £556.50 was raised.
Representatives from the charity visited the Kings Head Hotel where they were presented with money which will be used to assist vulnerable people enjoying a night out in the town.
After collecting their donation Carolyn Bradbury from the Beverley Street Angels said;
“We are so grateful to the Kings Head for this charitable donation and initiative.”
“The money is much appreciated and will really help continue to service the night time economy guests here in Beverley. Without kind donations like this we would not be able to do the job we do.”
Beverley Street Angels and the work they do on a night is well regarded by all the venues in Beverley who really value the work they undertake.
Street Angels in Beverley keep people safe beyond the realms of businesses like the Kings Head ensuring people are safe and get home safely from Beverley.
Beverley Street Angels have given presentations to those who mange the venues outlining the work and have showing them the type of things they do.
Matt Clapison, the General Manager of the Kings Head said;
“We are really proud of our street angels and the job they do keeping the vulnerable safe on a night time.”
“We are really happy to support this great organisation and would like to thank all our guests who took this initiative up and ate our delicious burgers to support this fabulous cause.”
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