Nourishment. Companionship. Understanding.
Our Community Kitchen could be life-saving for single mother, Rinzin Wangmo, who has to beg for money to feed her child. Will you help make sure it has a long-term future?
Rinzin Wangmo is originally from Agling Sonamling, a Tibetan settlement in Ladakh. She has struggled since moving to Delhi, especially after the pandemic hit.
Our Community Kitchen could be a lifeline for Rinzin, helping her feed herself and her child. She might also be able to make connections there, and find support within her community that helps her to find work once the pandemic is over.
Last summer, thanks to you, the kitchen served hundreds of free nourishing meals to Tibetans in Delhi who were struggling for income during the height of the pandemic. Now we need your help to establish a long-term base to keep supporting these people through the hard times ahead, and offer cheap meals to local people too.
Our vision, once the pandemic is over, is for the kitchen to become a thriving community hub – a place that nourishes body and soul, where people of different ages and from different cultures can come together to share a meal and get to know one another.
You can make this happen by donating today.