The Clove Club leads restaurant aid appeal for Philippines typhoon victims

By Emma Eversham

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Restaurants and hotels are being urged to give their support for Haiyan Aid and raise cash for DEC Haiyan Typhoon Fund
Restaurants and hotels are being urged to give their support for Haiyan Aid and raise cash for DEC Haiyan Typhoon Fund
London restaurant The Clove Club is leading an aid appeal for victims of the typhoon which struck the Philippines last week. 

Haiyan Aid was started by The Clove Club on Monday and has so far gained the support of 12 other London restaurants who are aiming to raise £10,000 over the next few weeks by adding £1 to every customer bill and matching the amount raised or donating prizes to an online auction.  

More than nine million people are thought to have been affected by the typhoon which hit the Philippines on Friday (8 November) and left many without food, shelter or safe drinking water. Aid is urgently needed to help their survival. 

The appeal is being supported so far by Upstairs at The Ten Bells, Hibiscus, Ottolenghi, The Modern Pantry, Shake Shack, Mayfields, L'Entrepot, Tommi's Burger, Joint Copa de Cava, Emperor Norton (Paris), Yum Buns and The London Particular, but more restaurants and hotels are being urged to sign up and help too. 

All money raised will go directly to the DEC Haiyan Typhoon Fund.  

For more information on how to get your business involved email UnvlnaNvq@tznvy.pbz​. The appeal can also be followed on Twitter at @HaiyanAid. 

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