Cosmo Oxford has raised more than £500 in support of Oxford Hospitals Charity.
The global all you can eat buffet chain’s Oxford restaurant donated £1 from all children’s meals purchased on weekdays from June 6 to July 1.
Staff at the Magdalen Street restaurant presented a cheque to Oxford Hospitals Charity this week.
All funds raised will now go towards supporting the Oxford Children’s Hospital.
Suzanne Wink, Cosmo Head of Operations, said: “As a team we have all needed the NHS at some point in our lives and so supporting Oxford Hospitals Charity was a natural fit for us. It’s a fantastic charity that is making a real difference in our community and we’re pleased to have been able to support it via our latest fundraiser.”
Cosmo Oxford has previously supported Oxford Hospitals Charity, at the height of Covid-19 restrictions it provided daily hot meals for parents of patients in Oxford Children’s Hospital and Neonatal units.
Emily Payne, Oxford Hospitals Charity community engagement manager, says: “We are delighted to partner with Cosmo Oxford on their relaunch. Not only have they raised an amazing amount from donations from their children’s meals, Cosmo were also such a support during Covid restrictions - providing hot meals to help us make sure families in hospital were well fed. We look forward to working with them more.”
In its latest funding push, Cosmo Oxford raised £501 for the Oxford Hospitals Charity. The charity aims to support the local community by purchasing hospital equipment, which also assists research alongside staff training and development.
Cosmo is inspired by the best five-star hotels in the world offering open kitchen all you can eat buffet dinging. More than 150 dishes from six global cuisines 150 dishes are prepared freshly each day.
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