How you can nominate your health heroes for a luxury cheese platter and bottle of bubbles delivery

A North East caterer has launched a Cheese for Carers giveaway to lift health heroes’ spirits with a free delivery.

By Katy Wheeler
Wednesday, 13th May 2020, 12:06 pm

Graze & Gorge are usually busy providing grazing platters for events and celebrations across the region, but with usual weddings, birthdays and celebratory events postponed due to Covid-19, they’ve turned their hand to direct deliveries.

To give something back to workers at the frontline of the healthcare crisis, the company has launched a #CheeseforCarers project to reward workers with a free luxury cheese platter and a bottle of bubbles.

Millicia West, director at Graze & Gorge, said: “Rather than sit back and do nothing, we decided we could use our resources to help treat those that need them most: our incredible frontline workers.

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Graze & Gorge are giving away luxury cheese platters

“We launched our #cheeseforcarers scheme, which allows people to nominate their heroes to be rewarded with a luxury cheese platter and a bottle of bubbles, delivered contact-free to their doorstep.

“Whether that be an ICU nurse deserving a luxurious night-in or a community volunteer doing their best to keep everyone smiling, Graze & Gorge wants to reward our unsung local heroes.”

The aim is to reward one worker a week throughout the crisis and nominations can come from across the North East.

People can nominate their heath heroes via Instagram @grazeandgorge using the hashtag #cheeseforcarers or via email at [email protected] with the title: #cheeseforcarers nomination.

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It comes as we’re running an #ActsofKindness campaign to highlight the good work being done in our communities at this difficult time. To let us know of other acts contact us on social media.

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