We are celebrating a year in partnership with popular Indian street food chain Mowgli.

The eatery, whose branch at Cheshire Oaks turns one this week, has been a fabulous supporter since opening and by asking customers to make a small donation through their bill, they have raised an incredible £36,500 already!

Marking his branch’s very successful first year in business, Ben Fitzsimmons, General Manager of Mowgli Cheshire Oaks said: “Through the Mowgli Trust we are proud to support such a valuable charity as Hope House Tŷ Gobaith children’s hospices.

“As well as our donation scheme through our kind-hearted customers, our staff have held several events such fundraising quiz nights and sponsored dog walks.

“We look forward to continuing our partnership and helping to offer families across the area the chance to access the specialist nursing care and support that Hope House Tŷ Gobaith provide.”

Community focused

Our area fundraiser Nicola Eyes has worked closely with Mowgli over the past year and says: “It is a pleasure working in partnership with such a community-focused company as Mowgli and their very generous donations go a long way to help us provide specialist nursing care to 750 families across the region.

“Ben and the team have been so easy to work with and we are so grateful to all the staff and the wider Mowgli Trust.”

Mowgli was founded in 2014 by British chef and TV presenter Nisha Katona who gave up a 20 year career as a barrister to follow her dream of opening restaurants that serve authentic Indian street food and home-style cooking.

Through their 18 branches, the Mowgli Trust has so far raised over £1,000,000 for good causes around the UK - find out more about them below.

Mowgli Trust

General Manager of Mowgli Ben Fitzsimmons celebrates the branch's success

Staff at the restaurant all got together on Tuesday morning to mark the occasion 

Proud partners Mowgli and Hope House Tŷ Gobaith children's hospices