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Free karaoke for 'Worthy Workers'

Work & Lifestyle

London karaoke bar Lucky Voice has already appeared on our pages once before, but we’re compelled to mention it again for an initiative it recently announced on one of our favourite themes. Specifically, through its new “Worthy Worker Mondays” program, Lucky Voice is offering two hours of free karaoke singing to registered charity workers, nurses, doctors and others “who dedicate their lives to the greater good.” Teachers, firefighters, police officers, prison officers and social workers are also included, though the list of qualifying occupations isn’t strictly limited, the company says, and not everyone in a party need qualify—just the person making the reservation. The offer is available for all room sizes between 5pm and 1am every Monday at Lucky Voice Soho and Lucky Voice Islington. A special cocktail will also be created each month and priced at just GBP 5. The Worthy Worker Mondays program is an ongoing one, with no planned end date, the company says. On a side note, Lucky Voice has apparently been busy cooking up ideas lately, and is actually also in the midst of an effort that taps right into another longtime Springwise theme with a pop-up karaoke offering in a shop in London’s Newburgh Quarter by Carnaby Street. Free singing will be available there every day from 12pm to 7pm through April 5. Both programs are nice examples of free love, of course, but the Worthy Worker Mondays initiative adds a dash of sympathy and is a shining illustration of the corporate generosity that’s increasingly valued—nay, demanded—by members of today’s Generation G. How can *your* company give something back to the unsung heroes of the world? Spotted by: Naomi



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