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Happy news: Mr Lee’s Noodles fuels frontline workers

It’s easy to start feeling more than a little overwhelmed with the bad news right now which is why we’re on a mission to highlight the good; the entrepreneurs & businesses who are doing amazing things, who have achieved so much (before and during the Covid-19 pandemic), who may have turned their skills to good and who deserve to be recognised.


Damien Lee is a real person, not some fictitious character made up by Madmen. After being told he had a few weeks to live, this cancer survivor and noodle lover is now on a mission to help time-poor people eat better. Enter Mr Lee’s Noodles.

Damien is currently donating one cup of noodles to UK foodbanks and frontline staff for each box of noodles bought. He’s also offering 20% off these boxes, and free delivery.

“We’re giving an initial 1,000 cups of noodles separately to Poole Hospital, Royal Bournemouth Hospital. Royal Marsden Hospital Chelsea and the Royal Marsden Hospital Sutton. We’ll follow up with more and I estimate that the final number could be in the order of 10,000.

“It’s the least we can do and – within the limits of our business – I’m determined to do everything possible in recognition of their incredible efforts,” says Damien.