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Go to a Christmas supperclub that's helping homeless Londoners move out of hostels

Go to a Christmas supperclub that's helping homeless Londoners move out of hostels

'Tis the season to be jolly – but it's also a great opportunity to do your bit, which is why we love the idea behind Fat Macy's supper club project. The social enterprise trains up young homeless Londoners to run supperclubs to help them save up enough cash for a deposit on their first rental home. 

They're doing a Christmas series of suppers in December, and if the previous sell-out runs are anything to go by, you'll want to bag a table, asap. £30 gets you a welcome cocktail and a slap-up three-course meal for a festive evening that should warm your heart – and of course, your belly.

Fat Macy's supperclub kicks off on December 2 until December 22 at Printworks Kitchen, 20-26 Roseberry Avenue, EC1R 4SX. For available dates, head to Fat Macy's website. Or get £5 off tickets here.

Looking for more ways to help this winter? Join a giant knitathon to make scarves for the homeless.

 

 

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