Dine and Donate will see hospitality businesses add £1 to bills throughout April 2024 to raise funds for Birmingham Children’s Hospital

Tonic Talent and Clements and Church, in collaboration with Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, have launched the Dine and Donate campaign. This joint effort involves partnering with various hospitality establishments across Birmingham, encouraging customers to have £1 added to their final bill throughout the whole of April 2024.

The funds raised through the Dine and Donate campaign will aid Birmingham Children’s Hospital in purchasing state-of-the-art equipment and developing child-friendly spaces. This support aims to establish a welcoming and nurturing environment for young patients.

Since its launch establishments such as Upstairs by Tom Shepherd, Simpsons, Alberts Schloss, Button Factory, Baked in Brick, F1 Arcade, Arch 13, Indian Cafe Racer, and The Cross at Kenilworth have pledged their commitment to Dine and Donate.

As the campaign gains momentum, the hope is that more businesses and individuals will come together to support Birmingham Children’s Hospital, becoming advocates for the well-being of young patients.

Conrad Brunton, MD at Tonic Talent said: “With everyone’s support, we can create a brighter future for the children who rely on the hospital for their care and treatment. I am extremely passionate about supporting the community in Birmingham and so am proud to have, with Clements and Church, gotten this meaningful initiative off the ground. 

The Dine and Donate campaign aims to support Birmingham Children’s Hospital in acquiring advanced equipment and creating child-friendly spaces to provide a safe and comforting environment for young patients.”

Helen Miles, Head of Corporate Partnerships at Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, said: “Our hospital treats one-in-five children from Birmingham, and one-in-eight from the wider region. It is our mission to provide them with the best experience while in our care, and our local business partners and their communities are essential to achieving that. 

“Dine and Donate has the potential to be transformative for our hospital, equipping our specialist clinicians with the best tools and creating innovative and kinder treatments for our young patients. I urge others to get involved.”

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