TGT partners with The Great Nepalese Restaurant

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We are delighted to announce a brand new fundraising partnership with central London's only authentic Nepalese Restaurant. 

On Tuesday 12th December 2017, we will be officially launching a new partnership with The Great Nepalese Restaurant on Eversholt Road, near Euston station in London. We approached The Great Nepalese in October to ask if they would be interested in supporting us to raise awareness and funds for our work. They told us about their history, values and links to Nepal and after hearing a little more about our work in Nepal agreed that it was an excellent fit.

The Great Nepalese restaurant was opened by Mr Bopal Manandhar and Mrs Ranu Manandhar in 1982 and has been a landmark on Eversholt Street ever since. Now run by their three sons, Birendra (Baz), Kiran and Jitendra, The Great Nepalese is a local’s favourite and a popular stop off for businessmen, tourists and politicians as they pass through nearby Euston station. Talking about our new partnership Baz said:

The Glacier Trust is doing great work helping Nepal to adapt to the impacts of Climate Change and we were delighted when they approached us about a partnership. We hope that this partnership will raise awareness of the charity and vital funds for its work. We also hope it will strengthen the connection between life in Nepal today and the authentic Nepalese food we serve. 

The Great Nepalese will be making a regular monthly gift to The Glacier Trust and have installed a collection box enabling customers to make donations during their visit. The Great Nepalese will also host Glacier Trust events making use of their new audio and visual equipment and unique meeting spaces – that are available for hire. 

If you would like to join us at the launch event on Tuesday December 12th, 2pm; please RSVP to Morgan on: morgan.phillips@theglaciertrust.org