The monthly Yeshivah of Flatbush Cooking for a Cause events is not just a Chesed opportunity for our students, but for Flatbush families as well. Our last two Cooking for a Cause events featured multiple generations of cooks. Students, Robyn and Albert Dweck cooked with their mother and grandmother to make it a three generation affair. Renee Gindi and her mother prepared over twenty five pounds of breaded chicken cutlets for the Sephardic Bikkur Holim freezer. Our Cooking for a Cause events attract over fifty boys and girls in addition to multiple parents and grandparents for this fun Chesed event.
Dweck Family Cooks For Chesed Together
Gindi Family Cooks for Chesed Together
Cooking for a Cause allows students to learn how to prepare a variety of entrees, dinners, and desserts while participating in a Chesed event. All of the food prepared in these events are sent to needy families who can then enjoy delicious homemade dinners.