Gino’s Gelato, one of the city's favourite ice cream spots, is doing their bit for charity right now — but they need your help.
And by help, we mean eat more ice cream.
Gino's will donate a percentage of their profits to the Temple Street Children's Hospital for every large gelato sold until August 31, with €1 from every large gelato being donated on World Gelato Day (Saturday, July 15).
So by eating more ice cream this summer, you're literally making the world a better place.
Gino's has also just expanded to the UK, so for every large gelato sold in their Manchester store on World Gelato Day, the purveyors of ice cream will also donate £1 to the We Love Manchester Fund.
But what's the difference between gelato and ice cream, you ask? Well, gelato is churned at a much slower rate, incorporating less air and leaving the gelato denser than ice cream. The treat is also served at a slightly warmer temperature than ice cream, so its texture stays silkier and softer.
In every Gino's store you'll find decadent gelato, crepes, waffles, milkshakes and coffee.
Will you be grabbing yourself a large gelato at Gino's this summer? Let us know in the comments.