Supporting Charity

For the last 20 years, Tas Restaurant group has been a well known feature in the central London area from Southwark to Westminster.  We have always been proud to demonstrate our social responsibility and our core values still remain the same today, to be an essential part of the community and support charities and local causes.

Since the beginning of 2016, the Tas Restaurant Group have been working in partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Children’s Charity to help raise vital funds to support seriously ill children and their families.

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH)

Great Ormond Street Hospital is the UK’s largest children’s research hospital and world leader in paediatric healthcare. To continue to maintain its position as a world-class centre of excellence, the hospital relies on significant support from the charity in the following areas: new and refurbished buildings, family and patient support, the latest equipment and world class medical research.

We regularly hold charity breakfasts, events and other activities for customers and their families to come along and support our efforts.  Please speak to a member of staff to gel involved or make a donation. We greatly appreciate all of our customers support.

NEWS

GOSH Better Together Evening

March 2018, saw the annual GOSH ‘Better Together Evening’ event, with 100 guests in attendance representing their 32 charity partners, and all catered for by the Tas Restaurant Group.  An enjoyable evening was had by all.

GOSH Charity Breakfast

EV restaurant in Waterloo, were pleased to host a GOSH Charity Breakfast hosted at the end of November 2016 with more than £500 raised. Local residents came together to socialise and raise money for the specialist children’s hospital. 

TAS Group Fundraising Dinner

July 2017 saw TAS Restaurants host a fundraising dinner for 100 corporate clients and friends from across London. Artist Kaya Mar kindly donated bespoke artwork auctioned on the evening which, alongside ticket sales and personal donations, raised a staggering £6,600.