An advent gift of £12,000 presented to Port Isaac RNLI by Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen
Kicking off advent with a charitable gift, the team at Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen presented a cheque for £12,000 to the local RNLI lifeboat station at Port Isaac on Sunday 1st December.
The money was raised from adding a £2.50 donation to every bill and £800 from a special fundraising evening with rugby legend and MasterChef winner, Phil Vickery, plus a silent auction of a signed 2003 replica world cup shirt and biography which raised a further £400 in funds.
Ian Dodgson, General Manager for Nathan Outlaw Restaurants said: “We would like to thank all of our Fish Kitchen customers for their continued support and those who attended the charity evening and participated in the silent auction. Everything we raise goes towards the vital work of saving lives at sea”.
Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen is committed to raising funds for their local RNLI lifeboat station in Port Isaac and will continue to do so all year round.