Indian food for the homeless

Here at Rasoi we are no strangers to charitable work. The Kullar family has a long history of helping others through their charity, the Suki Sewa Mission UK, which provides free medical treatment and education for impoverished people living in the Gurdaspur region of the Punjab.

Closer to home we are regular supporters of local good causes, and on Monday 8th will serve Indian food to the homeless and disadvantaged at Swansea’s Cyrenians Cymru HQ in High Street, when they holds their Christmas fundraiser.

Rasoi owner Suki Kullar said: “Doing what we can for charity has always been part of the Rasoi ethos and we are happy to be able to reach out to some of Swansea’s most vulnerable residents by joining forces with Cyrenians Cymru.”

The festive day runs from 2pm to 7pm and it will feature a craft sale and music.

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