AN ACTOR from the Isle of Wight has been supporting the reopening of Ventnor Exchange through an advocacy programme launched by MoMa's Cookies UK.

Moses Gale, 22, is an advocate for the Waterlooville based vegan bakery. The aim of the organisation is to support community enterprises by donating a percentage of all profits to local initiatives.

Moses, who lives in Ryde, has chosen to promote the Exchange, and is sharing the discount code MosesMoMas20, which will enable customers to receive 20% off orders and donate a percentage of their cookie box to Ventnor Exchange.

Isle of Wight County Press: The team at MoMa's CookiesThe team at MoMa's Cookies

Moses said: "It's true a student in Ventnor still doesn't have access to the vast range of arts and culture available in London — and probably never will.

"However, thanks to Ventnor Exchange, they are at least engaged with a broader, richer (variety) of possibilities and opportunities which might not even have been in their contemplation before.

"Will vegan-friendly cookies and art venues solve all our problems? No, of course not. But it's not every day you can meaningfully enrich the lives of others by eating cookies."

Isle of Wight County Press: Some of the delicious vegan cookies on offer from the new companySome of the delicious vegan cookies on offer from the new company

The offer will end next Wednesday (26 August), so those wishing to take advantage and save some dough will need to complete their order soon.

More information about MoMa's Cookies, a family run business which was founded last month, can be found by clicking HERE.