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Unit T Community Kitchen

by kathy black in Newcastle, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

£110

raised of £1,500 target

4

supporters
7% 18 days left
Flexible funding – this project will receive all pledges made by 7th October 2020 at 11:59pm

We want to open a new community kitchen where we can share family recipes, prepare local produce and cook healthy food together.

by kathy black in Newcastle, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Unit T hub has been the heart of our community from 2013 with local artisan food and crafts producers at our monthly market to creative classes for all ages and abilities, and big Lunch events throughout the community.  We now have the opportunity to create a new space which will have an open plan community kitchen. We currently deliver fare share foods out to vulnerable and isolated members of our community every evening. We would love help to fund this community kitchen project to buy new kitchen equipment and tables and chairs. It would also give us the opportunity to hire a cook to help us provide cookery classes and provide cooked meals to be delivered out to vulnerable members of our community.

Our vision:

A community fridge - a place where you can take what you need and share any excess foods you have to reduce waste.

A monthly cookery school - Working with local teenagers to cook and prepare healthy meals.

Healthy Meals on Wheels - A delivery of hot nutritious meals delivered out to vulnerable people within our community.

A monthly themed supper club - bring a dish to share to connect communities together through food.

A weekly breakfast club - for single parents to bring their children, share good advice together.

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As a thank you for helping us raise funds we would like to send you a grow your own spring herbs at home packet of seeds and thank you card

Let's make 'Unit T Community Kitchen' happen

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