Here at Scoo-B-Doo we are initiating a new fundraising
initiative, to create a cookbook to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year. We’re
inviting our patrons and supporters to contribute a recipe to the cookbook. As a local food
business, we’d like to invite you to be part of this by contributing a recipe too. Send your
recipe to scoobdoogloucester1@gmail.com by 18th April 2022 (Easter Monday). We
request a minimum donation of £5 for every recipe, we’ll send information on how to pay
once you send in the recipe.

When we include your recipe in our book, you’ll receive a certificate you can display on your
premises to show your support, as well as a copy of the e-book. We will include the name of
the chef and details of your business in the book itself. We are also exploring the possibility
of a physical book, to be sold online and across the county. This is a perfect opportunity to
help a local Gloucestershire charity and promote your business at the same time.

We welcome all recipes, but as a charity helping new parents and babies we’re especially
keen to receive these types:
– Quick, easy and nutritional meals for new parents
– Traybake or one pot family meals
– Weaning recipes
– Cakes and bakes
– Gluten-free and dairy-free recipes

With your submission, please include the following:
– The name of your dish
– Ingredients and quantities
– Method of preparation
– Any background stories, history, meaningful associations you have with the recipe
– A few sentences about your business
– Any recommendations for other variations (e.g. vegan versions of a meat recipe)
– The source of the recipe (book, article) if you’ve adapted the recipe from somewhere
else (we need to do this for copyright reasons).
– Photographs of the finished dishes – not essential but always welcome

Scoo-B-Doo was established in 1982 by a small group of grateful parents, doctors and
nurses. Today, the registered charity is still run entirely by volunteers and supports the
Neonatal Unit at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital in caring for sick and premature babies
from Gloucestershire and beyond. Over 80% of the equipment used on the ward every day
has been funded by Scoo-B-Doo, helping to ensure the babies are given the best possible
care. 100% of every donation goes to help the wards tiny patients and their families. Scoo-B-
Doo provides a vital role in supporting the NHS provision that is critical to the survival of
these vulnerable patients.