This past Wednesday night, students had an opportunity to cook for less fortunate families in a Yeshivah of Flatbush program known as "Cooking for a Cause." This was the first event of the year. Each month students cook something different and the food is donated to a Chesed organization. This week the students made meatballs with peas for the Sephardic Bikur Holim food pantry. Thank you to master chefs, Susie Sorscher and Cookie Fishel for leading and sponsoring the event. Over 160 students took part in this amazing event. All participants had an amazing fun Chesed experience!!
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.