JVS hosts Jewish teens cooking for homeless and food banks


JVS is delighted to host the excellent Project Impact, a charity that organises volunteering opportunities for Jewish teens.
A highlight of their programmes is the Youth Community Kitchen when teens cook for homeless shelters and food banks. Project ImpACT is the brainchild of Chayli Fehler, who founded the Charity in 2019 to give Jewish youths the opportunity to volunteer in a meaningful way, learn new skills as well as give back to the wider community.

According to the Project Impact website:

Project ImpACT inspires and empowers Jewish youth to make an impact in the community and beyond, through meaningful volunteering, shaping the next generation of active young leaders.

]VS is the second venue to be hosting the Youth Community Kitchen, but it is the first vegan venue.

If you’re a Jewish teen interested in volunteering, please contact Project Impact through their website

JVS: Jewish - Vegan - Sustainable
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