The Snapchef Foundation is proud to announce the launch of their new website, www.snapcheffoundation.org. The website comes as the Snapchef Foundation begins to take a larger role in helping feed the community, provide educational opportunities, and build relationships between the foundation and the community.
On the website, visitors will be able to see the amount of meals served, how many chefs have been trained for free through their Fast-Track and Apprenticeship programs, and will be able to make a donation to support the Foundation’s effort. Snapchef is currently seeking donations as they have been paying out of pocket to support the local community. They are hoping to drive cooperate sponsors to their new website which details everything the foundation has been doing since 2015 but most importantly, in the last two months.
“As we move into our sixth week of feeding the community we are fostering lasting relationships that have helped us get to almost 15,000 meals. We are working hard to continue our mission of leaving No Family Hungry so join or help us in or efforts in Cooking Up Change,” shared Co-Founder Todd Snopkowski.
For the past two months, the Snapchef Foundation transformed their training kitchen in Providence, Rhode Island, into a production kitchen to help feed the residents of the city in need. They have been able to produce & distribute nearly 600 meals a week to local organizations coordinated by the City of Providence’s division of Healthy Communities.