Café Rouge has announced that it’s partnering with The Prince’s Trust for its next charity initiative.
Café Rouge will be teaming up with the UK charity, The Prince’s Trust, to raise money for a worthy cause. The news comes off the back of Café Rouge’s incredibly successful three-year partnership with the NSPCC, during which it raised more than £300,000 for the children’s protection and welfare charity.
The restaurant franchise’s next charity partner will be The Prince’s Trust, which conducts a wide range of charitable activities, including helping young people improve their work prospects.
Jacqueline Fletcher, head of Café Rouge’s marketing department, thanked the franchise’s customers for helping it raise an incredible amount for the NSPCC.
“We are extremely proud of the success of our partnership with the NSPCC and to have played our part in the support of vulnerable children across the UK. We’d like to thank the NSPCC team and our customers for helping make the partnership so fruitful.”
“This May will mark the beginning of our partnership with The Prince’s Trust and we’re thrilled to be working alongside the charity, taking momentum from this achievement and supporting more worthwhile projects.”
Ben Marson, The Prince’s Trust’s director of partnerships, expressed the charity’s excitement at the new partnership.
“We’re excited to be working with Café Rouge as their new charity partner. The team at Café Rouge shares our passion for empowering young people with the practical and financial support they need to move forward with their lives, helping them to gain a greater stake in our economy and society. Together, we will enable even more young people across the UK to realise their ambitions and achieve their full potential.”
The announcement also coincides with the launch of Café Rouge’s delicious, new seasonal menu, which includes plenty of dishes that are perfect for the hot summer weather.
Sophie Cole, Point Franchise ©