Tibet Matters: Delhi Community Kitchen thrives

A community kitchen has been soul for not only the outside of the people who are hungry, but also people like me to get the service to pay them. I am extremely honoured to be part of it.

Tenzin Wangchuk, Community Kitchen Head Chef

The team at the Delhi Community Kitchen has been busy since they opened in September 2021, thanks to your donations to our appeal last year.

They serve nutritious breakfasts like puri, egg and aloo (potato) at a cheap price to students and workers. The meals are completely free to homeless and disadvantaged Tibetans and Indians. Lunch is a thali (various dishes) with rice and dal (lentils). Around 30 free meals are served each day, with many more distributed around the local community.

The kitchen also employs some of their former customers, giving them a source of income and hope for the future.

Thank you for helping the brilliant Community Kitchen get set up and established in their permanent home in Majnu-ka-Tilla.

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