Our Founder Emma Killilea went live on BBC Radio Sheffield this week to raise awareness of the The Delicious Alchemy Charitable Foundation.
As a coeliac, Emma is passionate about helping improve the lives of people on restricted diets – day by day. The Foundation will help to achieve this aim by donating gluten free food to UK food banks supported by the Trussell Trust, and helping research programmes and other charities improve the lives of those on free from diets.
Our first fundraising project for the Foundation is almost at its end – we are raising funds to create the ultimate gluten free guide book to help those on restricted diets adjust to their new lifestyle. ‘Goodbye Gluten, Hello Delicious’ is being written by Emma, and we need YOUR help to make it happen! Click here to find out more about the #DACrowdfund.
Raising awareness on BBC Radio Sheffield
Emma went live on Paulette Edward’s show on Tuesday to talk about everything from her own diagnosis 10 years ago, to setting up her own company, to our first fundraising project – the #DACrowdfund.
Listen back on the interview on the BBC Radio iPlayer here – it begins at 1hr 47m.
Emma was also at the Millenium Gallery in Sheffield City Centre this afternoon for the #VibrantSheffield event – were you there? We’d love to see some photos – send them to firstname.lastname@example.org, or tag us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.