On a Saturday afternoon in April this year, BridgeAble played chef and created a recipe for community service.
We put together a CSR project connecting The Providore restaurant and cooking studio group and Touch Community Services, a Singapore charitable organization whose mission is to develop strong families and enabled communities.
Here are the ingredients of our recipe:
The plan: To invite a group of mothers whom Touch works who were interested in learning culinary skills, to attend a cooking class taught by Providore chef and Indian Spice Box founder Namita Moolani Mehra.
The plan enabled the group to enjoy an enriching afternoon learning, bonding and picking up a vocational skill along the way. The meal that followed cooked by each of the mums, was the icing on the cake!
The menu: Tandoori chicken, dal and apple cinnamon crumble.
The venue: Providore’s beautiful state of the art cooking studio in Shenton Way.
The result: Lots of smiles around the studio, some skills learnt and an offer from The Providore to offer more such cooking lessons for mums whom Touch works with!
Thanks to Xiaohui of Touch, Namita Moolani Mehra and Fiona Brenegut of The Providore for a superbly executed project!