Ev'rything Curry to help the kids

Monday, May 20, 2019

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Organisers of Kingston Curry Festival are promising a fun-filled experience. The inaugural event is scheduled for Hope Zoo in St Andrew on Wednesday, May 22.

Dubbed Ev'ryting Curry, more than 30 top chefs and popular eateries have already signed up.

“Jamaicans crave unique food experiences that are good for the entire family, and this is just what Kingston Curry Festival will deliver,” said Leighton Davis, managing director for Creative Media and Events (CME) — event organisers.

“Curry adds an interesting twist and a tantalising kick to dishes, especially those we never thought could be curried — so we're looking forward to delivering a unique experience and an amazing mix of food, music and art to everyone that attends,” he continued.

Part proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Jamaica Kidney Kids Foundation (JKKF).

“CME is proud to be celebrating our 10th anniversary this year, and we're delighted to mark this milestone by giving back to some of Jamaica's most vulnerable children who are suffering from kidney disease. This contribution will help them greatly in purchasing needed equipment so they can help even more children. We are therefore encouraging as many corporate companies as possible to come on board and purchase tickets for staff or customers and help us raise more funds for these children,” said Davis.

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