Bross Bagels to create limited edition rainbow inspired vegan bagel - with proceeds going to charity

Bross Bagels are selling a limited edition creation to raise money for charity, ahead of opening a new street food venture in Leith.

Published 24th Jun 2020
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

Edinburgh's Bross Bagels have created a multi-coloured rainbow inspired and limited edition vegan bagel called ‘Holes of Hope’ for one week only, with all proceeds going to a selection of Scottish charities.

The brightly coloured ‘Holes of Hope’ have been designed to encourage love and positivity and bring people together during these times.

From 22-28th June only 100 Bross bagels rainbow creations will be available throughout their shops in Edinburgh, in Bruntsfield, Stockbridge, West End and Portobello.

The rainbow bagels will be available for click and collect online and takeaway from all four shops, priced at £10, which will all go to charity.

The news comes in the same week that the Bross Bagels are set to open in the Arches in Leith.

Bross StrEAT will open on Saturday 27 June and will be situated in front of Leith Arches, making this the permanent residence for their Leith Bross Bagels branch.

The charities

Bross Bagels have teamed up with a different Scottish charity each to give back to them. With all proceeds of the eye-catching bagels going to support and continue to raise awareness of each chosen charity.

At the end of each day the team will donate up to £1000 from the sales of the rainbow themed bagels to the chosen charity for that particular day.

On week commencing 22nd June Bross Bagels will be supporting:

Monday - Environment, Keep Scotland Beautiful.

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Tuesday – Age Scotland - The leading charity representing older people in Scotland and supporting their rights and interests.

Wednesday - SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health).

Thursday - Macmillan.

Friday CRER – Coalition for racial equality and rights.

Saturday – LGBT Youth Scotland – Make Scotland the best place to grow up for LGBTI young people.

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Sunday - Social Bite – a movement to end homelessness.

How to order

Customers can order their ‘Holes of Hope’ directly from Bross Bagels and select shop, filling and confirm collection time.

Be aware the social distancing is in place at all shops across Edinburgh.

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