ChariTable Bookings unveils their app that gives back for free!

ChariTable Bookings is the revolutionary booking app that gives back to charity at absolutely no cost to individuals.

When making a booking through from a growing list of over 8,500 UK restaurants  or 250,000 hotels world wide, £1 for every diner in the party will be donated by the restaurant to a charity of the booker’s choice or £1 for every guest per night with our hotel bookings.

Customers can choose one charitable cause close to their heart every time they make a booking from a list of over 7,500 UK registered charities, from local projects to global endeavours, supporting a wide range of causes including education, the elderly, health, the environment, veterans, the homeless, animal welfare, the arts, children’s wellbeing and many more.

A feature that makes ChariTable Bookings stand out as a booking platform is that, in addition to booking online either a restaurant or hotel, and through its multi-functioning app, it allows customers to call the directly when making reservations as opposed to other platforms only offering online bookings. With the ability to see the restaurant’s and hotel’s sustainability credentials, guide price, type of restaurant, address with map, ratings, photographs, awards and a description of the restaurant or hotel, this is an essential guide.

ChariTable Bookings holds the directory of all your favourite restaurants: from your local Italian round the corner and the regular business/corporate lunch location, to your favourite weekend gastro pub.

Whether for business or for pleasure, ChariTable Bookings is the philanthropic bookings platform that gives back to those most in need, for free. Bookings can be simply made through the user-friendly website and also available across all devices and the iOS native app.

When you download the app , receive 100 best loved UK chef’s Signature Dish recipes for free…. this really is the app that gives back!

Source: ChariTable Bookings

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