BGM Restaurant Raises £7000 for charity

B26 Food of India raised £7K for charity to mark its 10th anniversary
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 B26 Food of India, a popular award-winning Indian restaurant in Birmingham raised £3,550 for a cancer charity….writes Dhiren Katwa

‘We’re enormously grateful to our customers for their generous support without whom tonight would not have been the success that it clearly was’ – Mr Mit Balli, Manager, B26 Food of India

B26 Food of India raised £7K for charity to mark its 10th anniversary
B26 Food of India raised £7K for charity to mark its 10th anniversary

A popular award-winning Indian restaurant in Birmingham raised £3,550 for a cancer charity. B26 Food of India, based on the main Coventry Road in Sheldon, organised the fundraiser to mark its 10th anniversary. To help boost even further the coffers of Macmillan Cancer Support, the sum raised has been matched by a local branch of Barclays Bank PLC, bringing the grand total to an amazing £7,100.

B26 Food of India’s Manager Mr Mit Balli said: “I am genuinely thrilled at the generosity of our well-wishers, our customers. Tonight was a memorable evening. It gives us pleasure in giving back to the local community whose loyalty and sincerity continues to motivate us.”

The family-friendly event was graced by the Leader of Birmingham City Council, Cllr John Clancy. Clad in a three-piece suit, Cllr Clancy described how finding out that one is affected by cancer can be “a very frightening and a very lonely time” and paid tribute to Brummies for being a community known for supporting each other during what can be a difficult period.

B26 Food of India raised £7K for charity to mark its 10th anniversary
B26 Food of India raised £7K for charity to mark its 10th anniversary