Two days spent at Lush Summit 2017, serving a delicious sample of the food we have shared every day for the last 15 months in Calais and Dunkirk. We reminded everyone that the crisis is not over and highlighted the URGENT need for volunteers, we shared how easy it is to come over to work in the RCK kitchen, how accessible Calais is from the UK and how rewarding and fun it can be. Janie joined Maddie and other past volunteers from Calais to speak of their experiences. We at RCK are honoured to be part of the generous and thoughtful family that is Lush. A huge thank you to Annalisa Blake, Jacob Strauss Aitana Infante, Janie Mac, Steve Bedlam, Sam Jones, Helena Agathangelou, Eli Holloway Gallardo, Jackivan Holloway Gallardo, Dan Cole and to Lush for supporting us unconditionally from the start.
We need to keep highlighting the crisis and the need please share and come over soon!!
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Winter is coming and for most of us that means cosy evenings in our warmed homes, snacking on foods from our fridges and cupboards as and when we feel like it and sharing warming stews and hot soups with our friends and families.
Not so for the thousands in refugee camps on Europe’s borders who will be enduring freezing temperatures, scarce provisions and minimal cooking facilities.
Regardless of recent eviction announcements of the Calais camp,
Refugee Community Kitchen is dedicated to continuing the work begun in December 2015 in the Calais and Dunkirk camps where over 570,000 meals have been served to date along with the creation of self-service shops and kitchens. We will provide for these camps and all displaced peoples until we are not needed anymore.
Refugee Community Kitchen is also going mobile this winter to serve the same hot, nutritious meals that every human deserves to others living in camps across the continent.
Travelling with a full mobile catering truck, fridge truck and marquees along with a dedicated team of chefs and volunteers, we will seek those most in need and work with locals and other grassroots organisations and NGOs to enable displaced peoples to eat and cook their own food and prepare meals for their families.
Your support has been awesome and the only way we can continue with this humanitarian mission is with your continued help.
Going on-the-road and supplying our static kitchen in Calais will take a lot more money and resources so please increase your efforts to fundraise, donate and do what you can –
your help is essential and deeply appreciated.
Please share this appeal across social media channels and amongst your friends and family.
Thanks in advance
Steve, Sam, Janie & Paula