Make a difference this bank holiday weekend and head to Patty & Bun for an exclusive four-day collaboration with Action Against Hunger

What to Expect?

From bank holiday Monday 30 May, Patty & Bun will donate £5 from every burger sold and £2.50 from every side dish to Action Against Hunger.

“We’re so excited to be part of such a great cause, says Joe founder of Patty & Bun, “the guys at Action Against Hunger have been doing an incredible job for years, so to be able to take part and try and raise awareness and money to help is awesome.”

Don't forget £2.50 from every side goes to Action Against Hunger

Don’t forget £5 from every burger and £2.50 from every side goes to Action Against Hunger

Who are They?

Action Against Hunger works in over 45 countries around the world, delivering aid and sustainable solutions to end child hunger, working in areas that many organisations are unable to. Action Against Hunger are currently working in countries including Syria, in response to the refugee crisis; Nepal, where they continue to give support to people affected by the earthquake last year; and in West Africa, where they continue to work to rebuild the lives effected by Ebola.

Head to Patty & Bun's Soho branch

Head to Patty & Bun’s Soho branch

What to Try?

Our pick – The Ari Gold, with cheese, and smokey P&B mayo; or the Jose Jose’ Chilli Burger with a sobrasada and chilli relish kick. Or, anything on their lip-smacking menu!

When is It?

Monday 30 May – Thursday 2 June | 12pm – 5pm every day

So get to it, save one of those days to indulge in a burger for a great cause!

Patty & Bun Soho | 18 Old Compton Street, W1D 4TN

Terms and Conditions:

Patty & Bun will donate £5 from every burger sold, and £2.50 from any side to Action Against Hunger – registered charity number 1047501.

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