Curry & Chaat

Curry & Chaat is our new national fundraising event and we would love for you to take part.

Coronavirus outbreak. Across the UK some restrictions on education and student life are being relaxed. It is important to keep up to date with government advice in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, as they have each taken different approaches: more details and up to date information here.

The aim of Curry & Chaat is to get together with friends, enjoy a delicious curry and raise money for the Mental Health Foundation and our vision of a world with good mental health for all.

We understand this may look a little different this year and we urge you to keep up to date with the latest government guidelines when meeting people face to face.
You can also hold your Curry & Chaat virtually this year – perhaps you and your friends can all make the same recipe and come together over zoom to enjoy! Or you and your household can take it in turns to cook, and you can hold your own come dine with me, Curry & Chaat style!

Curry & Chaat may trigger emotional responses from people with eating disorders

If you are worried about your or one of your attendees' mental or emotional state, please be aware that you can contact Samaritans completely confidentially and free of charge by calling 116 123.

We are well aware that people's relationships with food may vary. If Curry & Chaat triggers a negative reaction for someone with an eating disorder, we recommend contacting Beat on 0808 801 0677.