London Indian restaurants join forces to raise funds for India's COVID-19 crisis

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JKS Restaurants is spearheading the UK arm of 1 Billion Breathes, a charitable initiative which is bringing together some of the world's best Indian restaurants to support India through the Coronavirus crisis.

All of JKS Restaurant's subcontinental restaurant brands are involved - including Gymkhana, Brigadiers and Hoppers - alongside other restaurants including Jamavar, Tandoor Chop House, Pali Hill, and Jikoni. 

Each restaurant will be aiming to raise as much money as possible through various fundraising efforts – from exclusive dine-in dinners to bespoke delivery menus, and charity donations added to bills.

All proceeds raised will go to the ‘1 Billion Breaths’ chosen charity Give India Oxygen. 

100% of proceeds from each event will be donated, with the hope that the UK effort can raise £200,000.

The campaign, which launched Stateside earlier this month, will run in the UK from this Friday (28 May) through to the end of June. 

Initiatives at JKS Restaurants include an exclusive dine-in event at Gymkhana on 6 June; an all-you-can-eat South Indian and Sri Lankan feast at Hoppers; and Charity Feast Boxes from delivery brand Motu Indian Kitchen.

Events at other restaurants include a one-off four-course dinner at Jamavar; and a Bangalore-style brunch at Pali Hill. 

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