Curry-ing flavour to help tackle hunger and poverty with Curry for Change at our London showroom

Every year Curry for Change raises tens of thousands of pounds to tackle hunger and poverty across Asia and Africa.

We were delighted to have the PwC Cultural Celebration Charity Event held at our London Halcyon Interiors showroom in Wigmore Street last month. It was a wonderful gastronomic and cultural journey around the world celebrating people and food worldwide.

100% of proceeds raised on the night were donated to support poor, rural families in Asia and Africa to grow enough food so they don’t go hungry and earn an income to provide for their families.

Curry for Change is a campaign run by UK charities Find Your Feet and Health Poverty Action who work with rural communities suffering from poverty and hunger across Africa and Asia.

Why not host your own curry themed dinner party to help this worthwhile charity? Just sign up at to receive a Curry for Change pack, which includes all the essentials, including recipes from countries such as India, Cambodia and Myanmar, top cooking tips and a packet of Spice Kitchen spices.


Nisha Parmar – Curry for Change Ambassador & MasterChef semi-finalist 2018
Nisha Parmar – cooking for Curry for Change
Pictured centre – Anita Kerai, chef of Anita’s Kitchen and Champion of Curry for Change
Selina Periampillai – British-born Mauritian food pioneer, self-taught chef and author of The Island Kitchen