A charity event to raise funds for vulnerable street dogs

A VEGAN charity event is set to raise funds for an animal charity that helps treat vulnerable street dogs in India.

A vegan puppy and dog training instructor for over 40 years hosts the special charity evening.

The instructor from Notley Puppy and Dog Training School is expected to host a vegan curry buffet at Zara Indian Restaurant in Woodham Mortimer on Sunday, November 28.

The event will help raise much-needed funds for Animal Aid Unlimited India, a charity that helps treat sick and injured street dogs.

Gary wrote and published a vegan Indian electronic cookbook, Wotnomeat Goes Indian, during the lockdown.

The buffet will feature recipes from the book as well as some of the vegan favorites from the Zara menu.

Gary said: “It’s a great way to show how delicious and diverse a vegan diet can be and at the same time raise money for an awesome charity.”

The event starts at 4 p.m. and the cost of the buffet will be £ 25 per person, of which £ 5 will be donated to the charity. Children under 10 will pay £ 10.

Anyone interested in participating should contact Gary Notley by email at [email protected] or 07547 197833.

The eBook is also available on Amazon and the proceeds will also go to the charity.

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