On one amazing day every September, we ask the nation to pull together and celebrate their local businesses and the incredible staff that make things happen.
We need your venues to help spread the word and get involved.
How? Just by doing what you do best: delighting your customers and guests by laying on exciting
Whatever you do, the common aim is for participating businesses to showcase the industry at its best: creative, entertaining, nourishing, engaging, at the hub of our communities, and providing jobs and income for the country.National Hospitality Day is a celebration of our brilliant and resilient sector - and those who work within it!
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Providing financial relief to alleviate poverty for people who work or have worked in UK hospitality.
We’re here for the chefs, waiters, housekeepers and managers.
We’re here for the concierges, receptionists and kitchen porters.
And we’re here for every sommelier, bartender, catering assistant and cook across the UK.
We offer counselling, advice and signposting to people facing mental health challenges or dealing with illness, bereavement, debt or addiction. We also run an outreach programme to keep loneliness at bay for hospitality retirees.
The Licensed Trade Charity has provided comprehensive support for licensed drinks trade people for over 200 years. Its help covers a range of problems and includes grants and money advice, expert housing assistance, mental health support including free counselling sessions, assistance with health issues and education and retraining.Learn more about The Licensed Trade Charity
The Drinks Trust is the UK drinks industry organisation. Since 1886, The Drinks Trust has provided care and support to the people who form the drinks industry workforce, both past and present. Today we provide vocational, practical, emotional and financial support to those who are currently working, or have worked, in the UK drinks industry.Learn more about The Drinks Trust
Springboard’s mission is to futureproof the talent pipeline for hospitality and tourism. We do this by promoting the industry to the next generation, attracting talent into it, giving young people the skills to launch their career through our employability training programmes and helping people secure their first job.Learn more about Springboard
Only A Pavement Away was established by hospitality industry consultant, Greg Mangham & his wife Gill, on World Homeless Day, 10th October 2018, to help those facing homelessness, prison leavers and veterans, and employment in the hospitality industry.
Its bespoke hospitality Jobs Board - which is free of charge - has been developed to help streamline and alleviate the burden of the processes that employers go through in employing people who are struggling to reconnect with society. To date, the charity has placed over 375 into work, adding an approximate £10.2 million to the economy through reduced government support, financial independence and household expenditure.
OAPA has ambitious plans in place to support a further 1,000 people - who are either experiencing or at risk of homelessness - into work over the next 5 years.