Thomas Franks have been working tirelessly to bring to life a community kitchen project with the aim of feeding those in need during the COVID-19 crisis, including members of the NHS who are on the frontline.
Since the beginning of Thomas Franks’ Feeding Communities project, we have been able to provide over 14,000 meals to healthcare staff, including Birmingham City Hospital, the Nightingale Hospital in London, Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, St Vincent’s Hospital in Dubin, the Mater Dei Hospital in Malta and many more; as well providing meals to vulnerable people of all ages, within local communities.
Thomas Franks would like to take this opportunity to thank Radnor House School, for their generous donation, which is helping to feed at least 20,000 NHS healthcare staff over the next few weeks.
Radnor House Sevenoaks is a long established and flourishing independent school, which offers a wide range of excellent educational opportunities for pupils from three to eighteen years.
This kind donation from Radnor House, will provide healthcare staff with a simple nutritious take home chilled meal, meaning they do not need to shop or cook for themselves after a long and tiring shift.
Some of the chilled meal options being provided include; sausage casserole, coconut dhal, lemon butterbean stew, baked rice and vegetables and chicken and chickpea curry.
Founder, Frank Bothwell, commented ‘I am so grateful to Radnor House Sevenoaks for their donation and support throughout this uncertain time. We will continue to provide our services as long as they are needed, with the continued support from our generous donors. We’re giving back and it feels good.’