Miss Macaroon’s decade-long work as a Social Enterprise celebrated.
Miss Macaroon, founded by CEO Rosie Ginday MBE, sets aside its profits to fund the store’s MacsMAD (Macaroons that Make a Difference) programme. Producing over 2.5 million tasty macaroons in 50 different flavours, Miss Macaroon has helped improve the lives of 82 people, all aged 18-35 years old, over the past decade.
£150,000 of funding from the John Lewis Partnership’s Community Investment Fund has allowed Ginday to extend the level of support for some of her MacsMAD graduates, as well as around 60 other young people, over the next two years.
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