Bar group MOJO celebrated the launch of its first Sheffield venue by raising over £7,000 for the Parents Association of Children with Tumours and Leukaemia (PACT). 

More than 400 guests attended the launch of the bar group’s sixth location and more than 600 cocktails were sold.

The group celebrated its arrival in Sheffield raising a total of £7040 with their conscious bar, allowing guests to pay as they felt, with a live tracker keeping tally of the total on the night.

“What a fantastic way to announce our arrival into Sheffield,” said Martin Greenhow, managing director of MOJO.

“I’m so proud of all our staff and guests who have supported us and helped us to raise over £7,000 for PACT – it’s a great cause and I’m delighted that we could use our launch night to support a local cause.”

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 The charity offers support to families of children who are undergoing treatment for cancer or leukaemia at Sheffield Children’s Hospital.

“We can't begin to tell you how amazed we are that MOJO chose us to be their chosen charity,” said Sarah Harrison, assistant support coordinator at PACT.

“We are a really small charity that does whatever we can to try and make the journey easier for our families whose children have been diagnosed with cancer. Each day we provide the inpatient families with breakfast and lunch and £7040 would help us feed our families for 10 months.”