AWARD winning Warrington business, Room Forty is offering a special Christmas gift to local charities through its Twelve Charities of Christmas campaign which launched today.
The mobile afternoon tea emporium and mobile baking school will donate one free baking class place a month for charities to offer up as a raffle or auction prize to raise funds.
Class places on their five star rated classes are normally valued at between £50 and £65 each.
Room Forty was founded by owner and proprietor Jennifer Perry in 2016. The business won the accolade of being declared Hospitality Provider of the Year earlier this year at the Warrington Business Awards and won Silver in the World Bread Awards in 2017.
Their popular bread baking classes are run at various locations in Warrington, St Helens and Liverpool. Room Forty has taught over 250 people of all ages to bake.
Room Forty is appealing to local charities to contact them if they would like to receive a free baking class place to raffle or auction. To apply, charities should simply drop Jen an email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of their charity and a brief description of the work that they do. If more than twelve charities apply Room Forty will draw out the charities at random.
In the run up to Christmas Eve, starting on 13 December, Room Forty will announce a winning charity each day.
Jen said: “We are a local business and looking to give something back to the local community who, in turn, have shown such incredible support to us.
“We’d like charities to drop us an email, just letting us know what they do and we’ll put them in a draw for places. Any charity can apply, all we ask is that they are local, ie from Cheshire or Warrington.”