In partnership with NEC Group venues, the NEC and the ICC, two event organisers have donated their event food to good causes.
Tropic Skincare donated all fresh food, due to be consumed at its bi-annual event at the NEC, to Real Junk Food Project Birmingham, whilst BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT donated 250 lunches, due to be provided to delegates of its Skills for a Digital World 2020 event at the ICC, to Lozells Methodist Community Centre.
Both causes support Birmingham based communities.
NEC group caterer, Amadeus, undertook the packaging process and arranging the delivery operation for both donations. Marc Frankl, food & beverage director for Amadeus, said: “We are pleased that we could support these food donations to local good causes, making the best we can out of what is an unprecedented situation.”