Things are hotting up at Rotherham Hospice where staff have launched their new Cash for Curry campaign.
Supporters are invited to host their own curry event – anything from a balti and a beer with friends to a larger scale curry night.
Those taking part in the March campaign will be given a free curry kit.
Fundraiser Ash Corker said: “Everyone loves a curry and a get together so this is a great way to raise money for Rotherham Hospice.”
To celebrate the Cash for Curry campaign, the Hospice are also hosting a Bollywood Ball, where East meets West, at Magna on Friday, March 13, an authentic 3 course dinner and Bollywood dancers.
The evening will be rounded off with music from popular local band, The Magnetics.
Tickets are £35 each and are available from the hospice website.
The Cash for Curry campaign is proudly sponsored by Chaudrys of Wickersley.
Chaudrys CEO, Bob Hussain said “I am really excited to be involved with Cash for Curry, and to support Rotherham Hospice.
“It is such a great cause, and a great way for everyone to get involved.”
Chaudrys will be holding a buffet night on Monday, March 30 in aid of the Cash for Curry.