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Bring generosity to your plate

Bring generosity to your plate

By Cassandra Tanti - June 26, 2019

For the second consecutive year, participating restaurants in Monaco will be collecting 1€ from every plate of food sold to donate to the Monegasque association Les Enfants de Frankie.

The campaign will be taking place throughout July and August. Restaurants with the sign ‘Fourchette Solidaire’ will be adding 1€ to the price of their meals, giving customers an easy opportunity to donate to the charity.

The initiative was created by Les Enfants de Frankie and is supported by this year’s ambassador Christophe Cussac, Executive Chef of the Hotel Métropole Monte-Carlo. Money raised from the campaign will go towards supporting sick and disadvantaged children of the Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur region.

For partner restaurants visit www.frankiemonaco.org and their Facebook page ‘Frankie Monaco’.

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