Be a charity chef.

12th June 2013

Help raise funds to support your local hospitals by holding a dinner party.

'Charity Chef' has been launched by Sheffield Hospitals Charity to encourage people to cook a meal for family or friends and then to ask their guests to make a donation to the charity in return for their food. The amount could be a suggested minimum donation or based on what their guests would usually spend on a meal out. Any money raised from the activity will be used to fund improvements to the care received by patients and their family in Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The five hospitals that are part of the Trust treat almost every kind of health condition, from cancer to cardio and everything in between. Sheffield Hospitals Charity Fundraiser, Isla Denoon said: -I love to cook and I know most of my friends do too, so I came up with the idea as I thought it was a great way to raise funds and have fun. It's something that doesn't require lots of effort or expense, but means you can feel good about helping others by contributing to making life easier for patients. To find out more about taking part in 'Charity Chef' visit sheffieldhospitalscharity.org.uk, call 0114 271 1351 or email charity@shct.nhs.uk

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