Frontlines hopes you’ll vote for them to receive a $20,000 grant for their Frontburners youth kitchen.
Frontburners helps young people from 18-29 learn with “hands-on training in the kitchen, in-class instruction and food handling training and assist them with finding employment”. Participants also cook for the kids from 6-12 in the after-school programs, and “facilitate workshops to teach them about meal preparation and healthy eating”.
Frontlines has really been knocking it out of the park with their culinary skills programs. This week, they catered the local politician’s Holiday Open House (and they would be delighted to cater for your holiday event, too).
Thank you once again to @FrontlinesTO for having us during the Holiday Open House. What a great turnout and a chance for residents in the area to meet with their local government representatives. @Laura_Albanese @AhmedDHussen #ward11 #ysw #Weston pic.twitter.com/m94OJbPkd0
— Frances Nunziata (@FrancesNunziata) December 13, 2017