Thank you for letting me take part in the project, it helped build my confidence and made me feel worthy of praise Cooking Club Member
I really enjoyed being a part of Cooking Club; it felt good to do something for someone worse off than myself JBD Tenant
In 2011 Tikun launched the Cooking Club initiative in order to address homelessness in London. Initially consisting of a small group of people getting together to cook soup and sandwiches for a monthly soup run, it rapidly progressed into a multi-faceted program whose reach extended throughout the community.
Today Tikun’s Cooking Clubs offer two distinct opportunities:
 A non-palliative approach done together with adults who have physical disabilities, which empowers those who are usually on the receiving end to help others. This is done in conjunction with Otto Schiff – a Jewish Care home, and the JBD – Jewish Blind & Disabled.
 For a palliative but more social option, we’ve teamed up with Club Sandwich to run exciting cooking clubs for singles! Young people can now meet like-minded people through a meaningful and fun activity.
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