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Each year, it is estimated that 135,000 children are trafficked in India to be exploited in fields, brothels or as domestic workers. Their childhood is stolen.  


This year Adventure Ashram is inviting the UK’s most loved curry businesses; from street food vendors to Michelin starred restaurants to unite in support of our 2023 Karma Curry campaign. 


We need to raise £11,000 to fund the Odanadi home for trafficked boys in Mysore, South India. The home provides food, counselling, training and a bed to 30 boys at any one time.  

How your business can support Karma Curry: 

  • Make a one-off donation

  • Donate a % or £1 from a curry on your menu such as a South Indian dish or product. 

  • Host a one off fundraising event such as during Diwali, or World Curry Day. 

  • Invite your customers to donate to Adventure Ashram on their bill. 

  • Nominate us as a partner charity at your local curry festival or event. 

  • Host a spicy curry cook off competition between two chefs in your restaurant. 

  • Host a unique fundraising cooking class for the public which showcases the talent of your staff. 

  • Spread the word about Karma Curry amongst your food industry peers. 


Your business will not only receive great karma but also:


  • Feature on our website and social media channels. 

  • Receive an invite to attend a virtual event and hear directly from Odanadi frontline staff. 

  • Secure use of the karma curry campaign logo on your website. 

  • Be able to highlight the origin of your brand and show how you are connected to the roots of curry tradition. 

  • Employee motivation - involve your staff in making a difference. 


To support Karma Curry please email Siobhan at:  

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“Leaving situations of exploitation and trafficking can be risky and complicated. Then rebuilding your life after leaving is so difficult unless you have the right support, which is why Odanadi is so important. By supporting this campaign, you are really making a difference to survivors of exploitation and human trafficking in India” Kathryn Baldacchino, Trustee at Adventure Ashram and Head of Anti-Trafficking at the British Red Cross

Previous supporters of Karma Curry:

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VEL Brighton
51 St Georges Road  Brighton,Kemptown, 

VEL Reading
73-75 Whitley Street,  Reading, Berkshire, 

Ganapati Restaurant

38 Holly Grove
SE15 5DF

020 7277 2928


Chook Chook

137 Lower Richmond Road


SW15 1EZ


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