Pushkar’s White and Gold Gala raises £7,000 for Caudwell Children

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Award-winning Indian restaurant Pushkar has raised thousands of pounds for a UK children’s charity at its latest gala.

The fine dining eatery, located on Broad Street, raised an incredible £7,000 for Caudwell Children, a national disabled children’s charity that provides practical and emotional support to disabled children and their families.

The glamorous evening of delicious food and live entertainment, including a performance for 2006 X Factor contestant, Jonathan Brammer, was organised by Pushkar in hopes of raising as much money as possible for the charity, aiding them in transforming children’s lives across the UK. James White from Birmingham, who is currently a contestant in this year’s The Apprentice, was also in attendance at the white and gold themed event.

Alongside vital funds raised through ticket sales, Pushkar also hosted live auctions and raffles throughout the evening. Rai Singh, Creative Director at Pushkar, said:

The money we were able to raise collectively for Caudwell Children will make a huge difference to the lives of many children. We hope all of our guests enjoyed themselves as much as we did!

To find out more about Caudwell Children and what you can do to support the charity, click here

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