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If you’re looking for a Sodexo team that’s really making its mark with volunteering and charity work, then look no further than Tillery Valley Foods.
For starters, senior facilities engineer Stuart Hagerty has just returned from a trip to Nepal with Springboard (and he’s given an interview to Stars magazine all about it, look out for the Spring issue soon). But the Your_Sodexo inbox has been buzzing with other activities from TVF too.
Chef David Humphreys (pictured) was part of a 10-strong team of volunteers who prepped and cooked at The Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Surplus Feast. The event is part of the borough’s poverty and sustainable food strategy and uses surplus food to serve hot meals to members of the general public. The duo helped to prepare a Thai curry, bean chilli and summer puddings. Even the crusts of bread didn’t go to waste, and were transformed into a banana bread pudding with apple crisps.
A ‘breakfast butty’ day proved that the way to people’s hearts is through their stomachs. Chef David Humphreys cooked up delicious bacon and sausage rolls and muffins for a donation of £1.50 to Stop Hunger, raising £200.
Unsold stock was collected and a special staff shop sale was held, raising a further £150 for Stop Hunger.
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