Sizzling and Carling believe in the importance of supporting community and giving back to the people who support them. Round 1 of the Sizzling and Carling Community Action is now complete and 6 incredible projects have been fulfilled. Carling have supported these great projects to make sure they were completed successfully. Check out each of the Round 1 projects below:
Kingfisher Café - Security & Christmas Gifts
Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice – Sensory Garden Summer House
Project Dougal Den
St Rocco’s Hospice – Patient Care Products
Whitley Bay Community allotments – Create Community Orchard
Bolton City Defibrillator
Carling have supported 3 fantastic projects during Round 2: Check out each project below:
The Real Junk Food Project Brum
Lincolnshire Weelsby Woods Beautification Project
Paignton & Preston Defibrillator Project
Sizzling and Carling believe in the importance of supporting community and giving back to the people who support them. Sizzling and Carling Community Action sees the brands come together to celebrate their shared values and help make a big impact in communities across the UK (and you can help out too!).
As part of Sizzling and Carling Community Action an incredible 203 Sizzling venues have chosen a community project in their local area to support.
Each of these venues is currently raising funds for their chosen project, but they will also be in with a chance of getting a special helping hand from Carling to accelerate their project. Carling will be supporting some of the great projects from across the campaign by supplying the funding, giving support to help complete the project and providing promotional support to make sure a lot of noise is made about the great work being achieved.
To receive the Carling support, Sizzling venues need to sell pints of Carling (which is where you come in). By visiting a Sizzling pub and buying a pint of Carling you could help support their chosen community project! To find out more information about the supported project, pop into your local Sizzling and speak to a member of staff.