Abdul’s donates curry sale cash to kids’ charity

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Indian takeaway and diner Abdul’s has donated £2,000 to a charity that supports disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.

The firm, which has venues in Pontefract and Wakefield, gave a percentage of every curry sold to Global’s Make Some Noise earlier this month.

Abdul Ghafoor, managing director, said: “We support a great deal of charities throughout the year and Global’s Make Some Noise really stood out as one that was making a real and lasting difference. We’re extremely pleased that we are able to help them and to be a part of their efforts.

“We would like to thank all of our loyal customers for continuing to choose Abdul’s as their preferred takeaway and diner, it’s thanks to them that we are able to give to those who need it the most.”

Created by Global, the media and entertainment group that runs Capital FM, Make Some Noise gives a voice to small charities and projects across the UK that struggle to raise awareness. As well as getting publicity, groups can also apply for grants to help youngsters and their families living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity.

Gaynor Marshall, from Capital, said: “We can’t thank Abdul and his team enough for their generous donation.”