Liberation Nuts is delighted to join the BIG dinner campaign, organised by 500 miles, a small Scottish charity that does big things.

500 miles, founded by quadruple amputee Olivia Giles, provides support for people in Africa who need a device to help them walk or support their mobility.

In Malawi where 500 miles has two Prosthetic & Orthotic centres, there are around 75,000 children and adults who need help.

But few people get it, meaning they have to get around the best they can, and for many people that means crawling along the ground.

It is the same terrible story in Zambia where 500 miles hopes to expand its work – with a little help from you.

On Saturday 7th March, 500 miles is hosting the BIG dinner to raise money for its work in Malawi and Zambia.

It couldn’t be easier to take part. All you have to do is register HERE and then invite friends and family to join you for a meal. If you don’t want to cook you can always order a takeaway. And you don’t have to have your dinner on 7th March, you can have it when it suits you.

When you sign up you will receive the link to two exclusive online films to be broadcast on the evening of the BIG dinner, by The Scotsman newspaper.

As you may know, Liberation’s mission is to improve the livelihoods of its shareholder small-scale nut farmers and gatherers from a range of countries. We work particularly closely with a group of peanut farmers from Malawi and know how tough life can be there in general, never mind if you have to contend with a physical disability – we are very happy to support the BIG dinner.

If you are hosting an event, Liberation nuts make an excellent accompaniment to pre-dinner drinks. If you’re feeling more adventurous, check out one of the nut inspired recipes on our website – you will be amazed how versatile and delicious nuts can be.



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