Community support

We support the community by donating Waffle House vouchers for local fundraising events.

If you would like to apply, please email [email protected] with

– the name of the registered charity that you are raising money for

– the date and location of your event

– your full postal address

If you are fundraising for a national charity, please also provide a letter of authority. We review all applications, allocate donations and advise fundraisers of the outcome every month, so please allow plenty of time (preferably at least six weeks) for us to consider your request.

Please note that we are not able to provide advertising or sponsorship, support online-only auctions, private events, political parties, individual dog breed charities, sports clubs, tournaments or tours, or fund personal appeals on behalf of individuals, including overseas trips.

Our diners and partners have raised money for a wide variety of local and national good causes. Here are some of them:


~ An event organised by St Michael’s Parish raised £8,315 for the church and the Royal British Legion
~ A local charity night raised £2,775 for Alzheimer’s Society
~ The Summer Fair at Margaret Wix School raised £1,601
~ A special ‘Jossie Day’ at Leyton Road Nursery raised £1,015 for Solving Kids Cancer
~ Summer fundraising events raised more than £1,000 for the 1st/ 3rd Houghton Regis Scout Group
~ Danny Kerr’s annual fundraiser for Keech Children’s Hospice generated £5,750
~ Marlborough School raised £21,000 for the new sixth form block at their ninth summer M Festival
~ The raffle at Heart of HIT raised £148 for Herts Inclusive Theatre
~ A tapas evening in aid of The Hospice of St Francis raised £400
~ The Summer Fair at St Michael’s School raised a record-breaking £2,668
~ A local fundraiser in aid of Youth Talk and The Ollie Foundation raised £580
~ The 5th/13th St Albans Scout Group Committee raised £1,746
~ The May Fair at Cunningham Infants School raised £4,000
~ A ‘Fundraising Ball raised £10,000 for Killigrew Primary and Nursery Schools
~ Sophie Routledge raised £2,060 for SSAFA
~ A local fundraiser for Mount Vernon Cancer Centre and MIND raised £2,532
~ Vickie Healey raised £3,341 for St John Ambulance
~ Christina Kendall’s event in aid of Mind in Mid Herts raised £726
~ The annual coffee morning at Toddlers-In Nursery School raised £500
~ The Summer Festival at Sandridge School raised £4,600


~ The Holywell Neurological Rehabilitation Unit Christmas party raised £200
~ St Michael’s School Christmas Fair raised £1,933
~ The St Albans Mums Facebook Group raised £525 for Hertfordshire Post Natal Illness Support
~ The Townsend School Christmas Fair raffle raised £1,000
~ A ‘Snow Ball’ raffle and event raised £2,071.64 for The Sabre Trust
~ The Christmas Fair at Maple School raised £5,000
~ M Chowdhury’s event in aid of the Stroke Association raised £3,700
~ A ‘Pounds for Pounds’ weight loss challenge and raffle (photo above) raised £8,000 for the Peace Hospice
~ Oxjam St Albans raised £570 for Oxfam
~ A charity ball raised £25,394 for Riding for the Disabled Association
~ K Williams’s charity party (photo) raised £908 for Cancer Research and the Stroke Association
~ The Margaret Wix Primary School summer fair raised £1,350
~ Isabel Hospice‘s autumn golf day raised just under £19,000
~ T May’s National Cupcake Day event raised £1,500 for Alzheimer’s Society
~ M Festival raised £17,000 for Marlborough School, Youth Talk and Electric Umbrella
~ A charity fun day in aid of Keech Hospice raised £5,065
~ Earthworks St Albans raised funds and awareness at their Summer Fair.
~ The St Albans International Organ Festival quiz night raised £193
~ The Sandridge Primary School Summer Festival raised £6,200
~ M Hardy’s event and marathon run raised £3,106 for Children with Cancer
~ Vincenzo raised £1,100 for Tenovus Cancer Care
~ Garden Fields School PTA May Fair raised a record-breaking £9,200
~ A charity ball raised £3,570 for CHIPS Playschemes and Steph’s Wishes.
~ Ben Delahunty’s raffle and marathon run raised £7,300 for Teens Unite
~ UoH Dance Battle Team raised £670 for the Make A Wish Foundation
~ David Adams’s charity event and marathon run raised £8,300 for Macmillan Cancer Support