Fat Macy’s is crowdfunding to build a training academy

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The brains behind social enterprise supper club Fat Macy’s that trains and supports young people living in temporary accommodation, helping them move into their own homes, has recently opened a new bricks and mortar restaurant Ebury by Fat Macy’s in Pimlico earlier this year in the midst of Covid lockdown. Originally opening its doors to a limited menu, they’re now in full flow, open for dine-in and takeaway offering, Middle-Eastern inspired small plates, Lebanese pizzas and sparkling natural wines alongside breakfast, lunch and coffee.

Currently, they’re looking to expand their programme and increase the incredible work they do. They’ve launched a crowdfunder aiming to raise £30,000 to build a second site and a new training venue in Shoreditch, which will enable them to support more trainees with the skills and resources to get them back on their feet. 


  

With the new potential site near Shoreditch High Street they’ll be able to have the space to turn it into a second restaurant, train a hundred people and provide a minimum of twenty people with housing deposits to move into their own homes, but they need the funds to help make it happen. 

Support the crowdfunder here

43 Ebury Bridge Rd, SW1W 8DX

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