The Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood House is looking for creative chefs with a passion for social justice to volunteer their time once a month to run a themed Community Kitchen as part of our Right to Food programming. Themes include food preservation (canning, pickling, etc.), health (i.e. cooking for diabetes), baking, and food from different cultures. We are also open to chefs proposing their own themes.
All Community Kitchens follow the DTES NH Right to Food philosophy, which upholds the human right of Downtown Eastside residents to abundant, local, fresh and nutritious food. Food created and served at the DTES NH should use the freshest ingredients and avoid refined sugars and processed foods.
For more information please contact Melanie Spence, Food Activist at the DTES NH: (604) 215-2030
Food Activist, DTES Right to Food Initiative
Mondays through Fridays
Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood House [DTES NH]
Located on unceded Coast Salish Territory