Buy one burger or main course salad, make a £1 donation to Help a London Child and Gourmet Burger Kitchen will give you your second burger/salad free @Capital FM - HotUKDeals
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4) Buy one burger or main course salad, make a £1 donation to Help a London Child and GBK will give you your second burger/salad free
5) Enjoy your meal knowing youve helped disadvantaged children in London
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#2
fill out the form!!! get spam for evermore :x
#3
I know what I'm about to say will not popular, not least on this forum, but here goes:

It really frustrates me when businesses use charities as a marketing opportunity... If they really cared why would they simply not donate the value of the second meal to the charity? Or for every meal purchased they will donate one to a charity... (This may not be of direct use to Help a London Child, I am unfamiliar with this charity, but would be incredibly useful to many). This offer has more value to the customer than the charity and frankly, anybody that takes this offer up will unlikely be doing so due to the charity aspect. If they are, there money would be better spent making a direct donation.

And before it gets mentioned: I am not on my soap box - I do not donate to charity myself, however I am just against schemes like this which are meant to make the consumer feel they have done something valuable where in reality it is those that have seen the benefit. They have saved money, and sure they have donated but they have done so only to benefit themselves.

Schemes like this are simply in place to make both the consumer and business feel good, when it feels to me like it's spitting in the face of the charity...

In my opinion this deal is COLD. Not because of the original poster (The offer on any other terms would be incredibly good) but simply because I detest this practice.
#4
DanielBrookes
I know what I'm about to say will not popular, not least on this forum, but here goes:

It really frustrates me when businesses use charities as a marketing opportunity... If they really cared why would they simply not donate the value of the second meal to the charity? Or for every meal purchased they will donate one to a charity... (This may not be of direct use to Help a London Child, I am unfamiliar with this charity, but would be incredibly useful to many). This offer has more value to the customer than the charity and frankly, anybody that takes this offer up will unlikely be doing so due to the charity aspect. If they are, there money would be better spent making a direct donation.

And before it gets mentioned: I am not on my soap box - I do not donate to charity myself, however I am just against schemes like this which are meant to make the consumer feel they have done something valuable where in reality it is those that have seen the benefit. They have saved money, and sure they have donated but they have done so only to benefit themselves.

Schemes like this are simply in place to make both the consumer and business feel good, when it feels to me like it's spitting in the face of the charity...

In my opinion this deal is COLD. Not because of the original poster (The offer on any other terms would be incredibly good) but simply because I detest this practice.


LOL. People will always do things to beneifit themselves, it's our nature, it's why we are all members of this site, to find deals to save us money and benefit us. So if a company wants to offer something that will do what we all want (benefit us) and helps a charity in the process, I really don't see a problem.
#5
ChipSticks
LOL. People will always do things to beneifit themselves, it's our nature, it's why we are all members of this site, to find deals to save us money and benefit us. So if a company wants to offer something that will do what we all want (benefit us) and helps a charity in the process, I really don't see a problem.


As I mentioned in my previous post, the actual deal IS a good deal. The one thing I do not like is the way it is touted as being done for charity, eg "5) Enjoy your meal knowing youve helped disadvantaged children in London", when in reality everybody has done it to benefit themselves. This is not a problem - Many restaurants offer similar offers - But I wish it was marketed as such.
#6
DanielBrookes
I know what I'm about to say will not popular, not least on this forum, but here goes:

It really frustrates me when businesses use charities as a marketing opportunity... If they really cared why would they simply not donate the value of the second meal to the charity? Or for every meal purchased they will donate one to a charity... (This may not be of direct use to Help a London Child, I am unfamiliar with this charity, but would be incredibly useful to many). This offer has more value to the customer than the charity and frankly, anybody that takes this offer up will unlikely be doing so due to the charity aspect. If they are, there money would be better spent making a direct donation.

And before it gets mentioned: I am not on my soap box - I do not donate to charity myself, however I am just against schemes like this which are meant to make the consumer feel they have done something valuable where in reality it is those that have seen the benefit. They have saved money, and sure they have donated but they have done so only to benefit themselves.

Schemes like this are simply in place to make both the consumer and business feel good, when it feels to me like it's spitting in the face of the charity...

In my opinion this deal is COLD. Not because of the original poster (The offer on any other terms would be incredibly good) but simply because I detest this practice.


This is true in the sense that a £2 jar may only get 10p or less to Charity. The overall result being, higher sales of the product and a tax saving for the business. A red tape reality of the world unfortunitely. This is the same reason why I don't buy Charity Christmas Cards being more than often both the Charity & the Consumer get done over. The consumer as they think they are giving more money than they actually are, the charity as they are only (in some cases) get 5p off a £3.99 pack of luxury card.
#7
:thumbsup:Take a homeless child with you and give them the free burger and salad too, win - win
#8
gal2792t
This is true in the sense that a £2 jar may only get 10p or less to Charity. The overall result being, higher sales of the product and a tax saving for the business. A red tape reality of the world unfortunitely. This is the same reason why I don't buy Charity Christmas Cards being more than often both the Charity & the Consumer get done over. The consumer as they think they are giving more money than they actually are, the charity as they are only (in some cases) get 5p off a £3.99 pack of luxury card.


the only Christmas cards worth buying are the one British Airways ship in from India for free. they do not charge for this service and the people making the cards get looked after.

Charity giving in the UK comes in spurts, usually around some national fund raising like children in need. In an ideal world we wouldn't need Charities. The skeptic in me realises there is huge potential for miss-management of the Haiti fund, like the Tsunami appeal, the money hasn't made it to the people. Then i'm reading things like US troops were on the ground before the earthquake, and how Venezuela has been asked to zero it's outstanding loan to Haiti.

there's more going on than meets the eye that's for sure! the geo-political movements will continue well into 2010. lets see what our 'masters' have in store for all of us :w00t:
#10
THIS FORM HAS EXPIRED
Sorry, this competition is no longer available
#11
@tekhieboy

Randomly reviving a dead topic? Look at the last time it was posted on

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