Revive the Great British Breakfast to raise vital funds for bereaved children
Winston’s Wish, the leading charity for bereaved children, is looking for supporters in the Bristol area to join in with their Great British Brekkie fundraising week which is being held from the 10th – 16th February 2014.
Winston’s Wish wants the people of Bristol, together with their family, friends, colleagues or classmates, to join them and help raise £50,000 to support bereaved children by hosting a charity breakfast in February.
It is a known fact that breakfast is an important meal helping everyone, including children, have a more positive and proactive day. When you start with a nutritious and balanced breakfast, you’re getting the energy you need to embrace the morning, refuelling your body and brain and kick-starting your metabolism. Life is so busy that this most important meal of the day is often forgotten.
From the 10th – 16th February, Winston’s Wish is asking everyone in and around Bristol to hold their own Great British Brekkie and revive the tradition of the Great British Breakfast. This can be anything from a traditional full English to tea and toast. It is free to register, we simply ask that all of the guests you invite donate whatever they can.
Healthy Bristol fast food restaurant Friska has already signed up to take part in the fundraising week. Lottie Pettinger, Friska’s Marketing Manager, says, “We’re really happy and excited to be teaming up with Winston’s Wish for the Great British Brekkie. The charity does some great work and we are looking forward to raising awareness for both the charity and the week itself. Our breakfast menu is gaining more and more popularity so it seemed like a natural fit! For every pot of porridge that we sell during the week we will be donating to Winston’s Wish, so come and give our amazing new recipe a go!
For more information and to register, visit www.greatbritishbrekkie.org.uk or tweet @winstonswish using the hashtag #greatbritishbrekkie.