Eat Game Awards raises record funds for charity

Eat Game is delighted to announce that this year’s Eat Game Awards raised a record amount of donations for the Country Food Trust.

The awards, which took place on Thursday, raised £2,255 for the charity, which was once again selected as our charity of the year.

With the Eat Game Awards celebrating the contributions of individuals and organisations that are dedicated to promoting game meat, it is great to be able to help a charity that uses game to provide nutritious, protein-rich meals to those in need.

SJ Hunt, CEO of The Country Food Trust, said: “We were delighted to once again be the official charity for the Eat Game Awards.  Thank you to everyone’s generosity that saw the raffle raise over £2,000 on the night.  These funds are crucial to help us feed people in need around the country. Thank you for your continued support.” 

Annette Woolcock, Eat Game Awards co-ordinator and BASC’s head of wild food, added: “It is great to be able to use an event like the Eat Game Awards to showcase the fantastic work of the Country Food Trust and be able to help those in need.

“We know that right now more people than ever are finding times hard, so the work the Trust does is so important and we are delighted to see game meat, which we all know is nutritious and healthy, being used in such a positive way.”

You can find out more information about the Eat Game Awards and this year’s winners here.

For more information about the Country Food Trust, please visit the website here,