Industry charity Futures for Kids has called for support for its Food for a Day campaign following a substantial donation to the two charities it supports that operate in Nepal.
The death toll from Saturday’s earthquake in Nepal could hit 10,000 according to the Nepalese government as search and rescue teams continue to reach areas cut off by the devastation.
FFK trustee Patrick Thornton-Smith said that he had made contact with the two charities supported by the organisation in Nepal and the situation there was “terrible”.
FFK’s Food for a Day campaign is asking people in the market to donate £10.59, which it says is equivalent to what a City worker spends on lunch each day.
To donate, visit: https://www.justgiving.com/FFKFoodForaDay/
FFK's Walk to Work and inaugural FFK day takes place on May 15, for more details,visit www.futuresforkids.org.uk.