Eat curry, change lives with Curry for Change

Rose Mccullough |


What if we told you that there is a way to help disadvantaged people across the globe simply by eating curry? Well,  guess what? Curry for Change asks you to do just that.

Throughout June Curry for Change, run by charity Find Your Feet, will be raising money for disadvantaged and vulnerable rural families in Asia and Africa. With the support of campaign ambassadors from the world of Indian cuisine such as Atul Kochlar, Vivek Singh, Cyrus Todiwala and Anjali Pathak, many of London's favourite restaurants will be creating special dishes and menus to help raise money through the UK's love of curry. We visited Cinnamon Kitchen in Liverpool Street, where executive chef Vivek Singh has created a sublime Peshawar style beef curry with fat chillies and red onion, a rich, fragrant dish that you'd be a fool to miss. For every portion sold, £1 is donated to this worthy cause. The beef curry sits alongside a creative, fresh and adventurous menu of modern Indian dishes, without a korma in sight. For those who prefer their Indian in front of the TV with friends, Curry for Change has event packs available through their website to inspire budding chefs to host their own curry evening and raise money. To see how you can get involved visit
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