A mission of compassion

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  • Sunday, 27 Sep 2015

Enhancing culinary skills: Student volunteers from Taylor’s University School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts helping to cook and pack hot meals at Food Aid Foundations kitchen. The meals are later distributed to orphanages, old folks homes, poor families and soup kitchens.

The Food Aid Foundation with the help of student volunteers not only prepares cooked meals, but works with manufacturers, wholesalers and bakeries to ‘rescue’ surplus food and redirects them to the less fortunate.

CUTTING, cleaning and cooking may seem like Mum’s job in the kitchen but a group of young volunteers are doing just that. In fact, they are also involved in packing the cooked food and distributing them to the underprivileged in the Klang Valley.

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