Not quite supper; Food for thought.
Menus Making Change is a supper club with a conscience. This social initiative, brought together by Phoebe Crowder (owner of London based wholefoods company Cake + Cucumber), creates a space to start a conversation through fantastic food; to support and raise awareness of grass-roots projects.
In an industry predominantly led by men MMC celebrates women in food, by flipping a stereotype on its head and putting women back in the kitchen. This collaborative event brings together London’s leading ladies: five delicious courses from the best supper clubs, street food and artisan producers in one special evening.
Each supper club supports a different cause or grass roots project, in the understanding that direct, small-scale contribution can help support real change. All projects work for the empowerment of women and girls.
A Cause for Empowerment.
The Wangu Kanja Foundation supports women in Nairobi, Kenya impacted by gender based violence. The Foundation’s work focuses on provision and access to medical, psychological, psycho-social, and legal redress. They empower survivors through helping them learn a skill or trade and thrive beyond past circumstance. The proceeds of this supper club will go to support the peanut-butter and basket weaving project.
Tickets are £40 // PURCHASE HERE