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The ‘Funky Indian’ Social Enterprise

The ‘Funky Indian’ Social Enterprise

Kam Chera, a businessman, is helping children with special learning needs through his Funky Indian restaurant.

The restaurant will operate as a social enterprise that provides special needs schools, unemployed and disadvantaged people the chance to embark training and workshops within the hospitality sector. Kam will be working with special schools in Sunderland, as well as Hendon-based PSB training, to pitch courses and workshops for young people.

via Businessman opens ‘Funky Indian’ social enterprise restaurant to help create jobs in Sunderland | sunderland Echo



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